A grow has no name.

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by hockeybry2, Jul 31, 2016.

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    hockeybry2

    hockeybry2 Well-Known Member

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    Can't get over this plant ugh
     
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    WindyCityKush

    WindyCityKush Well-Known Member

    how much longer until you can taste her?
     
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    tonygreen

    tonygreen Well-Known Member

    Love some dark buds, looks great man very appealing.
    Cross her with some Gorilla Bubble I bet the yields fly up and the terps would come through true. That purple though... Are they all like that in that line or is that a pheno?
     
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    hockeybry2

    hockeybry2 Well-Known Member

    I'll give it two weeks minimum
     
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    hockeybry2

    hockeybry2 Well-Known Member

    Yield was pretty decent on her for all organic. Can't to see the terps come through after the cure. Not sure about the others in the line. I'd buy a pack of these if I could
     
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    tonygreen

    tonygreen Well-Known Member

    I'm looking now lol.
     
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    hockeybry2

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    hockeybry2

    hockeybry2 Well-Known Member

    Gave the spirit animal the chop today. Massive frosty colas
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    eastcoastmo

    eastcoastmo Well-Known Member

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    hockeybry2

    hockeybry2 Well-Known Member

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    First run of clones from my Keepers. I think we're in week 3 of flower.
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    Couple spirit animal nougats..Lil frosty
     
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    hockeybry2

    hockeybry2 Well-Known Member

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    WindyCityKush

    WindyCityKush Well-Known Member

    Some dank looking nougats bruh :weed:
     
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    hockeybry2

    hockeybry2 Well-Known Member

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    Nice addition to be garden. Can't wait to introduce these microbes to my soil :)
     
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    growmastercheesey

    growmastercheesey Active Member

    Solid work any thoughts on going to hydro for quicker flips?
     
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    hockeybry2

    hockeybry2 Well-Known Member

    I've dabbled in hydro doing a few rockwool grows, I just enjoy organic soil growing a lot more in creating and maintaining a soil microenvironment. However, I do have a bag of soilless I've been meaning to try but I'll experiment a little more towards the end of the season. You a hydro guy?
     
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    hockeybry2

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    growmastercheesey

    growmastercheesey Active Member

    I like working with both, honestly just depends on the setup, love me some soil but I also can't get over the rapid growth of a good hydro system, but then again some strains hate hydro mediums and some don't so it really just depends on the room I'm working with, what about breeding? Or even just continuing through seed? I've been reading up on this method of selling that can supposedly show the removal of the herm gene from a strains lineage it has to do with gibberellic acid and basically coloning an exact plant through seed not cute
     
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    hockeybry2

    hockeybry2 Well-Known Member

    I usually have one pollen chuck a season at the end once I've gathered my keeper females for the season and found a male stud just to retain some of the genetics . I haven't heard of that method but it sounds super interesting. I'm also super interested in tissue culture methods . Would be great for long term storage and preservation
     
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    growmastercheesey

    growmastercheesey Active Member

    No forsure culture methods are fun and ideal for long term, I've just been loving not having to worry about cloning when I can just have the exact genetic line preserved in seed form, more electricity I can direct towards ac, or more light. Be careful though breeding is the most addicting part of growing because then your pheno hunting and even more hunting lol can get lost in some of these breeding projects
     
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    hockeybry2

    hockeybry2 Well-Known Member

    So what's the protocol on making exact lines preserved in seed form? I'd def be interested. Yeah breeding projects can get real big real fast lol I don't have tons of space so I just hunt through small numbers of f1
     

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