Did I accidentally make a new strain


#1

I had a strawberry kush plant that had one node go herm. I thought I caught it early enough, but a train wreck growing next to it ended up with about 20 seeds. Does this mean it’s a cross between the two?


#2

With seeds from a non-stable plant, the genetics are iffy. I’d watch the grow extra carefully if you decide to use the seeds.


#3

@3high5you I was thinking about growing those outside this Summer. Indoors is strictly medical growing for me and 3 other people. Out of 8 other plants in the room, only one train wreck did that.


#4

The fact that the mother was not the hermie works in your favor. The beans should be alright. If it’s outdoor, you’re not really wasting anything by trying. Good luck! :smiley:


#5

@skgrower to answer your question. Yes, it absolutely is s nee strain. Because one plant fertilized the other, the new seeds become a first year strain. But, since it was a accident I’d watch what @3high5you said. You don’t know how much of each genes went into the seed. Also since it was fertilized from a Hermie, I’m not positive, but you may have fem seeds or auto or whatever. But, I was going to try something like that so please keep me updated


#6

Sounds like you could be on to something wreck and sk mix might be bomb


#7

Yeah, like you’re numb from the wreck but your mind is wide open from the sk


#8

I just wanna see how it looks I bet it would be beautiful in that last 2 weeks