I had no idea where you were going with that. is he Canadian.
Just enduring some turbulent times, you are correct my friend,
my heart is indeed sad.
Peace and love my brother
Updated the fans around the main table to get the branches moving in the breeze. Canopy is getting thick.
4 days before and after the supercropping and net for Durban poison fems. Buds have reoriented towards the lights. This Sativa landrace has the narrowest fan leaves and supersized growth structure. Very easy to distinguish it’s genetic contribution from whatever strain you are breeding it with.
I’ll take the bottom one as DP =p
That’s a neat cross
@Nicky take a look at this genetic nomenclature article when you get a chance.
@Stonedrus that is a really solid link, thank you, I’m skimming it now and eventually found most of this information it just took me days of roaming sites to find all that I one nice place lol.
I how most of these seed banks are selling polyhybrids and making people think they are stable strains like IBL’s, S3’s or BX3 for example
I don’t trust most seed companies these days, and as soon as GMO tech gets a little easier alot of them will be out of business.
People will be able to gmo in their back yard or buy a seed drop it and then test its genetics on their own computer with a cheap setup.
I went ahead and upped the CO2 to take advantage of the excessive lighting and increase the growth rate if the flowers for the next 2 weeks. I will need to invest in an apogee sensor as I don’t trust the phone apps readings at canopy level.