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g13 labs suck assholes

Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by thedoctorzoidberg, May 7, 2008.


    thedoctorzoidberg Well-Known Member

    no wonder the attitude always gives g13 labs seeds as freebies.

    the pictures below are of a northern lights x skunk from a feminized five pack of g13 labs seeds, sealed in the breeders pack when i got them.

    this is absolute bulltshit. this is an absolute male. not a hermie.

    g13 labs are a bunch of idiots, i do think that they have some goods strains, but i wouldn't waste my money on any fem packs from em.

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    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    looks like a male to me.

    ORECAL Well-Known Member

    nice to know........
    sorry to hear it.

    canna_420 Well-Known Member

    Dude thats how it goes!
    Can have the same problem with any fem variety

    Their NL x SK is Big Bang relabled. Check this buy matching genetics

    thedoctorzoidberg Well-Known Member

    no. when you make fem seeds you will have NO males. only females and hermies. and i could give a shit less if it's big bang relabeled... which it's not due to the fact that the big band is from another breeder..... sorry to be pissy but i'm an asshole, and every post i read from you is pretty much you writing and letting everyone know how much of a douche bag you are....... i.e. scias's lr2 xing thread.

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    you do NOT get males from feminized seeds. that is the whole purpose of feminized seeds is NO males. if you get males they are NOT feminized. that's all there is to it.

    GoodFriend Lumberjack

    .... are there "manified" beans? haha

    thedoctorzoidberg Well-Known Member

    so i use the attitude mostly to get my seeds. wanted to let you guys know they are who i got my n.l. x s. from. i sent them pictures of the plant and they in turn sent them to g13 labs. g13 labs has agreed to send me a new pack.... not that i want em, which in my opinion shows they know they may have known they fuct that batch up. i just wanted to let you guys know how professional the attitude was about this. i highly recommend them, there customer service was excellent.
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    Purplecheeser Well-Known Member

    that sucks, did you only grow one plant?
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    thedoctorzoidberg Well-Known Member

    yeah i started the one inside, it was going to be used to do xing with lr2. i started the rest of them for my outdoor crop, not like i don't kill out males anyway.

    BT09 Active Member

    I don't know if you've looked into it, but there is no way to guarantee 100% females. Some plants are stressed with light cycles to produce hermie or femmed seeds. Some plants are treated with chemicals. Either way, most seed banks advertise 99% females for that reason. You simply had bad luck. I have the same pack as you. We shall see how mine turn out. I won't keep a log, and I won't post pics, but as soon as I can tell gender, I will return and update. You had the short straw on the draw. Sorry my friend.

    Also, I checked your log. Your plants were stretching and thin. Put a fan on it to strengthen the stems and keep temps down. Lower the lights, assuming heat won't burn, and list what nutes you were using. Often times, additives can cause fems to go male. Low stress can trigger a gender change. I'm a hydro fan myself, so I can't tell you what stressed it.

    Kludge Well-Known Member

    The way I do it now is look at what seeds they are giving away for free and just make sure I never buy those.

    raiderman Well-Known Member

    me too. i spend alot of bread on eqip. wy would i buy 20 dollar seeds

    Seamaiden Well-Known Member

    My son's growing a G13, biggest plant of his grow, but he got it as a clone from a dispensary.

    Kludge Well-Known Member

    Note that we are talking about G13 Labs, not the G13 strain. Which technically doesn't even exist any more, what most people have is PG-13; a purple variant created by breeding the original G13 with something else. Which is why I'm sure they named themselves G13 Labs, so people would become confused by the name and think they had something to do with the original G13.

    wackymack Well-Known Member

    fyi if you try to cross a fewminized seed with a reg then your setting yourself up for a disaster with genetics bc they could be pure breed hermies,chances of gettin a normal set of genetics from crossin a feminized to a reg is highly doubtfull if at all,so if you want to do some breeding than you will need pure breed genetics and no feminized seeds.Do you understand what im saying?
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    Seamaiden Well-Known Member

    I had noticed that it was G13 Labs, but assumed that the strain would be by/from the same outfit. His isn't purple, though, it's only just starting to flower.

    Seamaiden Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure I do, completely. As I understand it, "feminized" seeds are seeds that are from a hermaphrodite in the first place, yes? Is that the part of the genetics you're talking about?

    raiderman Well-Known Member

    theres a rite way and the rong way to femin. seeds.i am doing femin.
    orange bud and theres not shit rong with any of them . i highly recommend fem. seeds but only from people that do it right professionally.i use Dutch Pass.
    never had a problem , plant 10 fem. got 10 girls 4 weeks in flower. no nut sax nowhere.

    wackymack Well-Known Member

    ya,when mixin a feminized with a reg is like setting off a genetic timebomb that will fuck you over and harder than anything else.it will give a headache till its geneticly stabilized over like 3-9(approx) generations.its just easier to do a pure breed grow unless if there really is a desired trait in the feminized that you want to pass on and you have tons of time on your hands,even then when you stabilize the genes you are most likely to loose the desired trait that you wanted to pass on in the first place.


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