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Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by toaster struedel, Sep 30, 2015.

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    J_Blaze23

    J_Blaze23 Well-Known Member

    All my strains except for sour sunset started to show sex none of the SS has started to show yet and well into a month the kimbos are about 2 months
     
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    Lennox205

    Lennox205 Well-Known Member

    Right, show sex, but not flower. There will be a pistil here and there, but never any buds forming. It doesn't matter for your clones if the mother is showing sex. Its still in a vegetative stage.
     
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    J_Blaze23

    J_Blaze23 Well-Known Member

    Ok cool I was worried I would have to wait almost 2 months for them to re veg. It is nice having them show sex before going to flower and wasting the time, soil and space.
     
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    eastcoastled

    eastcoastled Well-Known Member

    thanks man. Yes, that's the one. She seems to get better with age....which is a funny thing to me. I think every clone in my garden that I have found gets better with time. As I get lazy/busy with life, and neglect them, they just keep getting better. I think age and maturity are a key factor in "clone only" plants.
     
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    eastcoastled

    eastcoastled Well-Known Member

    @J_Blaze23 most plants take at least 2 months of veg to show sex in my experience. If they are fems or a clone, they will show pistils much earlier...clones right away, fem seeds in the first month. I try to treat my plants like most other living organisms. You wouldn't try to breed a puppy, why would you flower a seedling? that being said, I have had Regs that just wouldn't show sex even after 3 months veg, so I had to flower them to be sure. From personal experience, I can tell you the lowers on my kimbos will practically start to flower if they are not getting any light/crammed in with a bunch of other plants. Instead of hairs, you will see clusters of hairs that look like a plant that has been in the flower room for 2 weeks.....but only on the lowers in the dark. If this is what you are seeing defoliate, or strip the lowers. I have never had an issue, but confusion is never good with weed, unless it's from smoking it!
     
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    Bank Breaker

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    now that my pbb didn't go as planned.. which one should i run first? i'm feeling for the trilogy to make up for the setback..
     

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    eastcoastled

    eastcoastled Well-Known Member

    Trilogy should have less stretch. The cube should help tame that. Caesar is gonna stretch for sure.
     
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    Bank Breaker

    Bank Breaker Well-Known Member

    i'm hoping i find a triple og blockhead pheno in there. i just want the cube's frost without the extra leaf structure :P
     
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    Bank Breaker

    Bank Breaker Well-Known Member

    Here we go!
    *Equipped Magic Lucky Mug for +10% Germination Rate*
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    J_Blaze23

    J_Blaze23 Well-Known Member

    I had to defoliate a lot of the larger leaves on the kimbos just so the lowers can get light, the one is more bushy with straight purple stalk the other more stretch and green stalk, can't wait to see what they produce. That makes sense no flowering until they are over 2months
     
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    Bank Breaker

    Bank Breaker Well-Known Member

    if i crossed trilogy with some PBB pollen.. would i have created my own version of milk n cookies? moose tracks?
     
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    Bank Breaker

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    4 for 4 trilogy beans. taproots overnight in less than 12 hours. jumped the gun and transplanted cuz i only had 4 cubes of rockwool left from my last open bag. IMG_20171220_072420_088.jpg
     

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    J_Blaze23

    J_Blaze23 Well-Known Member

    I've been letting them go to atleas 1/2in long or almost shedding the shell then transplant, noticed more success rate
     
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    Bank Breaker

    Bank Breaker Well-Known Member

    you ever get paranoid when transplanting a 1/2" root tap into medium??

    i feel better dropping the seeds into my medium when they first crack so it does its thing. but haven't noticed anything different as long as my ph is 5.5-5.8. oh and scuffing seeds help A LOT in breaking shell/surface. i think that's the game changer.
     
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    J_Blaze23

    J_Blaze23 Well-Known Member

    I had started seeds in a soil with aphids and didn't realize it til few days after they sprouted. I took them out of the soil with developed roots completely rinsed and drenched then replanted didn't lose any just stunted a bit. The tap root is pretty solid I just measure its length make a hole that deep set it in and cover with solid worm castings
     
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    Bank Breaker

    Bank Breaker Well-Known Member

    Trilogy seedlings 3/4 broke surface. Last one on it's way up. Strong germination rates from EG. Haven't been let down yet. 20171223_163427.jpg
     
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    Lennox205

    Lennox205 Well-Known Member

    Two grease monkey at 8.5 weeks
     

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    needsomebeans

    needsomebeans Well-Known Member

    Trilogy 16 days after the flip. IMG_1878.JPG
     
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    needsomebeans

    needsomebeans Well-Known Member

    Those look tasty @Lennox205. It's a shame that I can't find that one anywhere.
     
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    needsomebeans

    needsomebeans Well-Known Member

    I'll be watching your grow my friend. Hopefully Trilogy doesn't disappoint.
     
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