1. We are currently experiencing issues with viewing and uploading images, our team is working on the issue.
    Dismiss Notice

PeakSeedsBC

Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by KeizerSoze, Oct 31, 2014.

  1.  
    truesativa

    truesativa Well-Known Member

    How is everyone doing? I haven't seen any activity in this thread for a min, so I figured I would make a post just to make sure it stays alive. I am in the middle of a bit of an experiment. I have a kushberry mother and a cheese father I have been growing out that I got from Oregon green seed co. Both parents were selected for their sturdiness and for their amazing terpene production. I don't have any pics as of yet but I will be posting over the next year or so the progress of this project here. it may not be the most organized postings to begin with but I figure I will get better at conveying the info to you guys as time goes on. But anyway hope all is well with everyone. Peace and much blessing to all.
     
    KeizerSoze and PerroVerde like this.
  2.  
    PerroVerde

    PerroVerde Well-Known Member

    All good here but I haven't heard from Dherbman in some time. I have Just been busy with work and in the garden... :) IMAG1312.jpg IMAG1316.jpg
    Peak Seeds BC Kushberry two different pheno's... :)
     
    Last edited: Jul 23, 2016
  3.  
    truesativa

    truesativa Well-Known Member

    Nice, nugs look dank as hell. The second kush berry pic is that the pheno that has very spindly and heavy side branching?
     
  4.  
    PerroVerde

    PerroVerde Well-Known Member

    Thank you! :) the second pic is the up pheno. No ceiling high, happy creeper, centering all is good and right with the world, sensual, great cuddle sex weed. She grows tall and fast and had the most stretch but has the most dense buds. Her branches are sturdy till the end of flower, 8 weeks for me from clone. They start to lean when ready to harvest like someone let the air out of them. Most node distance I had with this cultivatar was with this pheno, but great for light penetration. Here is a pic of her at 7 weeks... :)
    IMAG1240.jpg
     
  5.  
    truesativa

    truesativa Well-Known Member

    This is the phono I was speaking of. The buds look very similar but she is a Stoney one. Dense nugs barely any Siegfried change through harvest process and cure. The biggest plus side to Mikes gear is that he just like dna genetics focus on terpene production. And for me that hits home more than anything. Heck I started a breeding program based on aroma therapy.
     
    PerroVerde likes this.
  6.  
    truesativa

    truesativa Well-Known Member

  7.  
    PerroVerde

    PerroVerde Well-Known Member

    Here is my stoney pheno, she is fluffy though. She is stockier with less stretch with more branching and tighter nodes. She purples some even at 80° but more if it's cool. She has a beep funk and cracking a jar fills the room with her fragrance. She is night night lights out if you have had a long days work if you wake and bake her your stuck as fuck and your day is wrecked.... :)
    IMAG1230.jpg
    IMAG1237.jpg
     
  8.  
    truesativa

    truesativa Well-Known Member

    Awesome looking plants and I have had that foxtail pheno. When I first grew it, it fox tailed like two weeks into flower and I almost immediately gave it the boot. Glad I didn't. So you have dealt with the kushberry for many generations I assume. So here's my question for you. Does this version of kushberry almost always turn out to be a blueberry pheno for you. And have you tried to isolate the purple kush gene in it.
     
    PerroVerde likes this.
  9.  
    PerroVerde

    PerroVerde Well-Known Member

    Thank you @truesativa ! In the pack I ran so far it seems like the blueberry daddy over ran the purple kush mama. That being said its a nice union that hits some really missed thc receptors in many resent offerings from different breeders. Using the pk gives it a very unique hit compared to using an Og or something that route. I have seen the northern kush flowered out by a med patients that asked for help but I would not judge the line off of what was produced there. I received 5 females out of 8 seeds started and 3 of those 5 I have run multiple times. I have two more packs so I'm sure with enough space making f2's would open the door to a much more pk cultivatar... :)
     
    Last edited: Jul 24, 2016
    truesativa and TubePot like this.
  10.  
    truesativa

    truesativa Well-Known Member

    I have not had the chance to run any other company's kb, mainly because I typically deal with sativas, but I have smoked both strains. I am surely going to have to try the f2 route to bring out the pk. I am in the process of starting a couple of breeding projects but these will be my first true attempts at breeding outside of just pollen chucking. I am also eyeballing C99. The SSxC99 seems to take on the characteristics I'm looking to achieve.
     
    PerroVerde likes this.
  11.  
    hillbill

    hillbill Well-Known Member

    Just chopped some Kush/Northern Lights (male f2 mated to f1 female) and have 3 phenos, a fluffy and rangy Sativa type, a bushy hybrid lookin' plant and a deep deep purple indica with dense buds and intoxicating aroma and no branching. Tons of trichs under LEDs.

    Got some NL in veg and KingOG/NL in early flower and lookin' good.

    Also got some Cobra Lips and Space Monkey from Bodhi and liking the looks of those. Never seen anything as early frosting and fast growth as one of the Space Monkeys.

    Vaping Northern Berry today (last seed) and the best of mine. May try Kush Berry. Love Peak!
     
    PerroVerde likes this.
  12. What's up everyone been following this thread for a while now just placed an order for skunkberry, northern kush and northetn lights. Asked for a few of the ssxc99 as well. I'll keep this thread updated through my travels of these genetics.
     
    truesativa, hillbill, GroErr and 2 others like this.
  13.  
    Gquebed

    Gquebed Well-Known Member

    How was that northern berry? Any pics of that grow? Anything unusual about that grow?
     
  14.  
    Gquebed

    Gquebed Well-Known Member

    Also... im interested in the straight up blueberry... so if anybody has pics of a grow or anything to say about it i am all ears... is it sensitive? Stable?
     
  15.  
    hillbill

    hillbill Well-Known Member

    I don't do blueberry well but the northern berry is nice and I hit a bb female with kn and that is a sweetie also. The sweet Skunk should not be overlooked and the northern Skunk is special. Any bb seems to have perverse growth as a seedling. They also seem to foxtail late in flower. He has c99 and a cross or 2 if you ask.
     
    PerroVerde, GroErr and Gquebed like this.
  16.  
    GreenThumby

    GreenThumby Well-Known Member

    Any update on this @buckets ? I'm torn between the TW x NL or the SS x c99 to run outdoors. Looking for a great fast finishing strain an came across Peak Seeds.

    That SS x c99 you guys keep posting pictures of makes it look like there's barely any trimming required. I'm so used to super leafy bud and people are so damn picky now-a-days about their MJ.
     
    PerroVerde likes this.
  17.  
    Growdict

    Growdict Well-Known Member

    his texadas are designed to finish better outdoors. I just finished one of his c99 indoors, very bushy plant, ended up needing a lot of support in flower. great smoke, but a pain to trim cuz i got lazy and didnt lollipop it.
     
  18.  
    buckets

    buckets Well-Known Member

    I only have the experience of growing his texada X NL and it had some early guys but the majority went into the fall and got covered in mould. I won't grow it again. The stuff I did harvest went into a jar for 2 months and it was good smoke though. For BC, Canada on the coast, it's to late a strain for our short outdoor summer period in my opinion. I'm still searching for a strain that will finish in time and this coming summer I may just try super auto's and see how that works for me. If you are after a texada strain I also grew some F4 texada timewarp from alternate seeds at hempdepot.ca and it was uniform but I only had a few growing for seed purposes. It was better in appearance than the peak seeds texadaXNL. It was done in early Oct but even that is a bit to late for where I am.
     
    PerroVerde likes this.
  19.  
    GreenThumby

    GreenThumby Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the honest feedback. I'm disappointed to read about the results. Sounds like I'm better off with some of Getaway's strains, with a proven track record for the NE US. I'm sure my climate is better than yours, I didn't realize how far up north BC is when I looked it up on a map. I still might give one of Peak's strains a trial run. Thanks for the input
     
  20.  
    buckets

    buckets Well-Known Member

    No worries. I can't comment on peaks other strains though but I will say his customer service is top notch. If you have a longer time for flowering then they'd be pretty good.

    Give getaway's a try. I know of him. I've enjoyed reading his journals.
     

Share This Page