AK Bean Brains

CloudHidden

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Those look cool!
I just sprouted a pack of those myself.
Definately not as leafy as the NL I've grown in the past.
Thanks! Can't wait to try some. I usually try a test bud along the way, but didn't get to it this time. So far I've only grown out one other NL, it was NL#2 F3, but yeah it was way leafier. I have some AKBB NL#5 and ACC NL1 x 89NL in the queue. Good luck with your run!
 

CloudHidden

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goodness those are sog poster children if i've ever seen one. my only question is how tf do you take cuts from something that doesn't branch? i've never been good at getting tops to root but that is what you'd have to do with these.
FWIW, I've never had any problem cloning the main stem. I may have screwed myself by not topping and cloning these. I plan on re-vegging these till I try them and see if I want to keep either.
 

GrassBurner

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Growing like weeds :bigjoint: PHK x Durban (purple outline) was the fastest growing in the whole tent. Did a lot of tying down on her. The Clusterfuck (Blue Outline) and Cantaloupe Haze Orange Outline) have the AK Squat going on. I'd estimate they could withstand sustained winds in excess of 100 mph :blsmoke: Was able to get a decently level canopy, even the plant in dwc cooperated with height restrictions :mrgreen:
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Spun one of the sips around to offset the big and small plants in opposing planters. Just flipped to flower
 

BOY GENIUS

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Growing like weeds :bigjoint: PHK x Durban (purple outline) was the fastest growing in the whole tent. Did a lot of tying down on her. The Clusterfuck (Blue Outline) and Cantaloupe Haze Orange Outline) have the AK Squat going on. I'd estimate they could withstand sustained winds in excess of 100 mph :blsmoke: Was able to get a decently level canopy, even the plant in dwc cooperated with height restrictions :mrgreen:
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Spun one of the sips around to offset the big and small plants in opposing planters. Just flipped to flower
I’ve never seen stem thickness like these offerings from AKBB before. Is that an NL trait or is it more breeding preference?
 

Bakersfield

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f1 = hybrid vigor
You don’t necessarily need distant relatives to achieve this, a lot of times the old dudes that had deep filial lines would outcross just to inject that vigor back into their lines.
Not all outcrosses result in heterosis. For example, when a hybrid inherits traits from its parents that are not fully compatible, fitness can be reduced. This is a form of outbreeding depression.
 
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