Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by genuity, Mar 28, 2015.
Getting back in the groove...
Is there such a thing as "too pregnant"? In real life we know there is no grey area to question yes/no, there is not kinda pregnant, but anything more than triplets is too pregnant.
Just chopped 2 Copper Chem F2s by way of Amos. Some trikes going clear with dark brown center and 20% amber. Woodsy and earthy smells with fuel and stickeeey. 56 days and I go by trikes so down they came. Lots of rusty red pistils and amber trikes on leaves make them look bronze. 50% plus amber on bud leaves.
This Guava Hashplant x C99 clone run. She turned out to be more than I ever expected. Beefed up the Guava Hashplant nicely and made it a little more heady and a little more fruity.
Is that one of the f2's?
Goofy mints(double up mints x goofy grape)
Going to hunt this more..
Old school gas flavors/smells.. can put the mind in a clusterfunk mood.
This is your f2 pregnant by an original cnc F1 male.
An Oregon Huckelberry x cnc
Lucinda Williams x cnc
Graveyard Whistler no.2 x cnc
@BigHornBuds (C99P x HH) x cnc
Very nice man, on all of them. I don't know why I still ask, I can spot cnc's leafs pretty quick anymore.
Meltdowns 1,2,and 3. Probably a couple weeks until the chop.
Looks like someone in the trio is making sure their progeny are marked and is coming thru strong.Somewhat similiar structures,definitely identical frost coverage. Who'd you say dominates the trio by appearance alone. Then nose? What did the Malawai ad here?
Nicely Done @Bakersfield
LubDa, you kill it with these meltdowns. Every pic I see =flame retardant suit required.Nice work.
Trying to learn something here, Is this a backcross? F2 back to F1? Well now that I type it out,I suppose not.The F2's didn't come from the"original male" and a female pairing.
So,what would this cross be labeled? F2 +F1= F3? But in this case somethings different. Chucker's Chime in...."teach me Seymore!"
That CNC male has been studded out.Well done SSGrower.
Somewhere in there is a couple of keeper males for this summer’s outdoor chucking.
Thanks Cob, im looking forward to your review.
Structure wise the Golden Glue x Dogtrap seems to dominate from some of the progeny that i grew out a couple of years back. They're such a polyhybrid, it's hard to say who's doing what, but the frost is definately from the Gorilla Glue #4 and I've noticed the wine barrel terps of the Dogtrap in a few of the crosses. The affect seems to be heavily connected to the Golden Glue x Dogtrap as well. It's stony weed, and they're all kind of the same through my tests, although the Malawi did liven things up a bit, but the 1 pheno i grew, (trashed the ugly one), wasn't quite the head spinner, i was hoping for. I bet there is some good to be found in more numbers or there's just to much Afghan for her to shine.
Oh, and that big ole girl of Under The Milky Way kicked ass compared to her Afghan leaning sibs, with a forceful "sit down" punch to her high.
Grape Champa tastes excellent of heavy earth and fruity pine. The high is super mellow stony and In da couch.
There are many more crosses with the Golden Glue x Dogtrap that I'm waiting to hear from other peoples perspective, likes, experiences and what not.
Whatcha got going?
Chopping & drying seeds:
Sundea driver #10 x DCP f1
Double up mints x DCP f1
Glad you asked because I am wondering myself?
Given the "original" cnc was not a worked line I fell like it goes back to F1, if it were worked and I knew the phenotyping is there any a legitimate way to call that a backcross? Or would that be F3 same as if all seeds shared the same F1 progeny?
I think it could be similar to what is done when working toward a ibl. I'm really not sure what term would define that. I'm trying to figure out right now if hitting cnc with purple stardawg pollen was a good idea. Something keeps telling me it should be a few generations out from F1. Like taking the line away from stardawg, before bringing it back in. But the beans should tell me if I did something I shouldn't have.
Any names you want to toss around? I'm at a loss for words & you are the first to experience her.
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