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

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    hillbill

    hillbill Well-Known Member

    My homemade 4 BB x KN are doing well and recovering from Blueberry mutant and twisty leaf syndrome a few days after first up potting. Very wide leaves and less twisty with each set. Should be fun from here on!
     
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    thenotsoesoteric

    thenotsoesoteric Well-Known Member

    c99 are coming along nicely

    from left, row 1 c99, row 2 c99's, row 3 cookiesNchem, row 4 c99 and tiny 1 is louis viii og
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    TheEpicFlowers

    TheEpicFlowers Well-Known Member

    Peak used to offer a skunk #1 back in the early 2000's. Here's the pic from cannabis sativa vol 1. I thought I was going crazy... I checked my seed vault and I had a pack of the sweet skunk and a couple marked skunk#1. 15232223791421799703661.jpg wonder why he stopped offering this
     
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    Adam Tripper

    Adam Tripper Active Member

    Peak never stopped offering his "Skunk", they simply changed the name to "Sweet Skunk", so they are one and the same. Here's a couple of quotes from MikeJ regarding his Skunk:

    Also, a forum user asked MikeJ about it:

    So Peak's Sweet Skunk is Island Sweet Skunk from BCSC crossed with a Skunk #1 from Holland (most likely Sensi Seeds), then inbred and stabilized.

    Just to complete the info, here's the different descriptions PeakseedsBC gave the Skunk through the years:

    As you can see, even the earliest description says the Skunk is "sweet", so whoever wrote the copy for the Cannabis Sativa Vol 1 book "your crop you will have that inimitable stench, the Skunk smell that everyone knows and loves, so you will have to invest in some charcoal air filters to get rid of the smell" never actually grew out Peak's Skunk and was just doing creative writing.
     
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    TheEpicFlowers

    TheEpicFlowers Well-Known Member

    Makes sense to me now. I only used the book cause I was too lazy to dig thru old forums to find the info. I thought it was weird he used to call it skunk#1. Either way I've grown it out a time or 2 and I'm pretty sure I enjoyed it... never came across a peak line that I didn't enjoy really. Mj knows what's up for sure.
    So his skunk atleast has some Skunk in it then . If its ISS x sensi skunk #1 then the stability of the IBL should have made his job of selecting for true breeding traits a bit more easy.
     
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  6. to whomever has grown out peaks seeds ISS/ skunk what does it taste like.
    aroma never matters to me and it makes me wince when the aroma/smell is now lifted beyond taste and high in so many descriptions of strains now days.
     
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    Underground Scientist

    Underground Scientist Well-Known Member

    I got two Sweet Skunk going 12/12 from seed.

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    I let you know if it doesn't turn out to be a sausage party.
     
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    TheEpicFlowers

    TheEpicFlowers Well-Known Member

    I can't remember off the top of my head.... and that bothers me. Looks like I'm going to have to pop some of those Seeds and revisit.
     
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    GreenHighlander

    GreenHighlander Well-Known Member

    Couple of the peak plants I have on the go. Day 37 since flip
    First up is a short blueberry smelling Northernberry
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    Another northernberry
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    KushSkunk
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    KushSkunk
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    Cheers :)
     
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    hillbill

    hillbill Well-Known Member

    Just up potted 4 homemade BB/KN that have twisty leaves and even roots are strange! Second up pot and a week from 10/14!
     
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    johny sunset

    johny sunset Well-Known Member

    Got a really interesting cultivar showing up in the skunkberry. The two really sativa looking ones (bottom right )came out of the same pack as the one directly above them. I’m so used to seeing little to no variation in Mikes strains.....the bigger one (bottom left) is a sweet skunk and the ones at the top left are all Cindy’s.. I just Topped all of them to take clones which I put on 12/12 to sex.

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    GreenHighlander

    GreenHighlander Well-Known Member

    That is interesting. The pack of skunkberry I ran was the first peakseeds strain I did that didn't show the 2-3 phenotypes. All of the females were pretty much identical from beginning to end. My guess is I somehow didn't get the SS leaner in my pack.
    It was really great smoke. Now I am curious what those ss leaners will be like lol
    Cheers :)
     
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    hillbill

    hillbill Well-Known Member

    My SS have looked just like those lower right plants early on. Genes being dominant there with looks anyway. Looks like a fun grow.
     
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    Kp sunshine

    Kp sunshine Active Member

    Can anyone pick out northern Skunk and kushberry? 8400B002-0194-4468-9DF1-69A2D62C9928.jpeg
     
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    GreenHighlander

    GreenHighlander Well-Known Member


    It is a little early to tell and I have only run a pack of each. But if memory serves me correct, the ones with the fat rounded fingered leaves are gonna be your KB and the ones with the narrower leaves are gonna be your NS.
    I posted pictures of both at chop time somewhere in this thread.
    Cheers :)
     
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    hillbill

    hillbill Well-Known Member

    With leaves so wide and twisted, I see Blueberry in the twist and Kush in the width. The other ones look like my Northern Skunk I’ve been planting for years. A big fave here.
     
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    GreenHighlander

    GreenHighlander Well-Known Member

    For anyone else wondering, like I was about what Kush MikeJ uses in his Kush crosses. He answered that question with, Sea-Of-Green Purple Kush. A very popular kush on the island. Not a heavy yield but really potent.
    Also he mentioned the curling I am seeing on a few of the Kushskunks is a trait and not from nute sensitivity like I had thought.
    One of the KS I have dubbed "Curly Sue"
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    Cheers :)
     
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    Kp sunshine

    Kp sunshine Active Member

     
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    GreenHighlander

    GreenHighlander Well-Known Member


    Nice stable. You must be excited for flowering?
    Cheers :)
     
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    Kp sunshine

    Kp sunshine Active Member

    They’re going outdoors. Going to do a few outdoor pollen chucks this year.
     
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