What will I get?


#1

I have a auto fem that’s impressing me enough to want to take a stab at producing some seed. I’ve taken a cutting that should be rooting any day now. I’ll do the Colloidal silver routine on it then mask off most of the mother plant and pollinate a couple good buds. So what will I end up with gender wise…auto fems, photo fems, a mix of both, a pony, etc.? I always wanted a pony…


#2

ponies are kool!


#3

Google The Definitive Colloidal silver tutorial. It’s on the afn


#4

Thanks, @HornHead I’m pretty well dialed in on the silver end. I’ve had a commercial generator for years…interesting reading though. More interested in the likely gender of seeds I might expect per my example.


#5

Sorry, I didn’t read all of it. I was curious myself so I googled it and found that, started getting bored with it


#6

@Garyak

This will be interesting. But if it works out for ya, you’ll get fem auto seeds

Please tag me i would like to follow your journal

Will


#7

@Garyak tag me as well id like to see results


#8

10/4…This would have been a much better idea if it had occurred to me 2 weeks earlier. May just wait for the next grow. G.


#9

@garrigan65 @Countryboyjvd1971 While researching the silver/seed making information out there I keep seeing that the c. silver shouldn’t be sprayed until the donar plant is a couple weeks into flower. I question that as I also do when advised not to smoke or consume in any way any plant that has been silver sprayed. So, I selected a 10 day old WW auto and began spraying it am & pm to test. 1st observation when I started spraying was the plant immediately went into a growth spurt all the while maintaining a healthy appearance. After 13 days I’ve got hundreds of pollen sacs developing. Seems to me that this…spraying from the get go…can cut a month off the process. Not such a big deal if you’re working photos, but a big one if you’re doing autos. Here’s a marginal pic of the reversed WW and 2 rooted cuttings of a sugar black rose and “glue derivative” which may get pollinated if they are not too mature when my pollen finally materializes. Comments?


#10

Nice im watching


#11

May be early too expect pollen even though a few empyy sacs have plumped up and fallen off.

Pic was taken today…we’ll see what materializes.


#12

Seems like this has taken forever…Hard to see the seeds, but the thing is pretty loaded up. The receiving plant ended up being a sub 12 inch runt.

. The plant I reversed shot up to 26inches. New to producing seed…how long should I let these go. Plant was 4 months old on 5/20. I dug a couple seeds out of the lower buds. They are dark/firm. I hope the buggers are viable!


#13

@garrigan65 @Countryboyjvd1971 @BIGE @Nug-Bug @SmoknGranny Well, we’ve reached the end of the trail for my little reversing/seed production experiment. I’ll put them in the refrigerator for a couple months then test for viability. I have no idea how many there are…I guess I could weigh 50 then weigh the rest and extrapolate from there. Filled a 35mm film canister a little over half way.


#14

@Garyak

Looking good, let us know how they smoke


#15

Why are you waiting so long to try and grow one, is there a drying out process or something?


#16

I believe there is a curing period but I don’t know what it is. I figure a month or 2 in a frost free fridge would stratify and cure them but it would be nice to have a definitive answer from the experts here.