In House Genetics Thread

fatAngel

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White Giant after 8 days drying. Ended up being very dense with a sweet skunk smell. Kind of smells like those old plastic balloons that were probably toxic. I have only vaped it through dry glass with an injector style vape. Taste is sweet and tastes like the air inside a brand new pool float that you are trying to blow up.



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Moabfighter

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White Giant after 8 days drying. Ended up being very dense with a sweet skunk smell. Kind of smells like those old plastic balloons that were probably toxic. I have only vaped it through dry glass with an injector style vape. Taste is sweet and tastes like the air inside a brand new pool float that you are trying to blow up.



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There’s one you don’t see a lot of. Those terps sound crazy! Looks great man
 

Moabfighter

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Man these Slurricane IX beans suck. Bad. Get a tail, then they just die. ETHOS grandpas stash r3 side by side has the baby leaves in less than 48 hours. OGKB x animal cookies aka fierce animal is getting ready to do the same thing. Grow a tail then rot. Unbelievable. I love inhouse. They produce the prettiest most fancy looking buds. But man you gotta pray you get a sprout with some. Shoot.
 

thenotsoesoteric

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Man these Slurricane IX beans suck. Bad. Get a tail, then they just die. ETHOS grandpas stash r3 side by side has the baby leaves in less than 48 hours. OGKB x animal cookies aka fierce animal is getting ready to do the same thing. Grow a tail then rot. Unbelievable. I love inhouse. They produce the prettiest most fancy looking buds. But man you gotta pray you get a sprout with some. Shoot.
Man that always sux to hear! Hopefully you get a little luck moving forward.
 

Moabfighter

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Man that always sux to hear! Hopefully you get a little luck moving forward.
Thank you man. I even sanded these inhouse beans…. I don’t know. All exact same method. PHd to 6.3, into rockwool on a heating pad. The Ethos came up like a charm. Like most beans….. idk what inhouse does different with their seeds but man they do something. If anyone knows any good Slurricane cuts holla
 

thenotsoesoteric

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Thank you man. I even sanded these inhouse beans…. I don’t know. All exact same method. PHd to 6.3, into rockwool on a heating pad. The Ethos came up like a charm. Like most beans….. idk what inhouse does different with their seeds but man they do something. If anyone knows any good Slurricane cuts holla
The seeds might have been stored for a long time or just stored poorly before you received them.

I had similar issue with sin city's dosimint beans had to pop 9 seeds to get 4 that made it up to seedlings.

The dosimints were dropped in like 5-7 years ago.
 

Terpdankistan

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Thank you man. I even sanded these inhouse beans…. I don’t know. All exact same method. PHd to 6.3, into rockwool on a heating pad. The Ethos came up like a charm. Like most beans….. idk what inhouse does different with their seeds but man they do something. If anyone knows any good Slurricane cuts holla
It's easy to drown freshly sprouted seeds in rockwool if too wet. IMHO, there are much easier/more foolproof methods than germinating in rockwool. I grew slurricane ix and got 100% germ rate using the old-fashioned paper towel method.
 

Lambda Genetics

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It's easy to drown freshly sprouted seeds in rockwool if too wet. IMHO, there are much easier/more foolproof methods than germinating in rockwool. I grew slurricane ix and got 100% germ rate using the old-fashioned paper towel method.
I swear I have to just try half the pack with one method and half the pack with the other method because it really seems like people either have good luck or bad luck germinating just one method
 

fatAngel

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Thank you man. I even sanded these inhouse beans…. I don’t know. All exact same method. PHd to 6.3, into rockwool on a heating pad. The Ethos came up like a charm. Like most beans….. idk what inhouse does different with their seeds but man they do something. If anyone knows any good Slurricane cuts holla
Are you popping in paper towel and then rockwoll or right into the rockwool media?
 

Rurumo

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I think a lot of people are using suboptimal germination methods. Heating pads and paper towels are more trouble than they're worth, imo-heating pads cook more seeds than they help sprout, and paper towels are an unnecessary step with no upside, but several potential downsides. Keep it simple-plant direct to media, keep moist like a wrung out sponge, not wet, don't soak fresh seeds (soak older seeds for no longer than 12 hours), keep at 80 degrees under a mild light 24/7. Do all those things, and make sure your temps are stable and the seeds don't dry out (or get too wet) and your success rate will skyrocket. It's easy for new growers to get off track with all the bad germination info available and then blame the breeder. According to my records, out of the past 25 seeds I've grown from 12 different breeders, I've had one not germinate. It was a pale, puny underdeveloped s1 and I had a feeling it wouldn't sprout from the beginning. My last two in-house strains popped in 24 hours.
 

thenotsoesoteric

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I think a lot of people are using suboptimal germination methods. Heating pads and paper towels are more trouble than they're worth, imo-heating pads cook more seeds than they help sprout, and paper towels are an unnecessary step with no upside, but several potential downsides. Keep it simple-plant direct to media, keep moist like a wrung out sponge, not wet, don't soak fresh seeds (soak older seeds for no longer than 12 hours), keep at 80 degrees under a mild light 24/7. Do all those things, and make sure your temps are stable and the seeds don't dry out (or get too wet) and your success rate will skyrocket. It's easy for new growers to get off track with all the bad germination info available and then blame the breeder. According to my records, out of the past 25 seeds I've grown from 12 different breeders, I've had one not germinate. It was a pale, puny underdeveloped s1 and I had a feeling it wouldn't sprout from the beginning. My last two in-house strains popped in 24 hours.
I like using a paper towel so I know if seed actually cracked open. Everytime I germinate straight in the media I always get a few that don't pop up so I gotta dig in dirt to see if seeds germinated.

Then I'd have to pop more seeds like 7 days behind the first batch cuz a few seeds never popped up.

I try not to let seeds sprout tails in paper towel. Just long enough to see if they pop.
 

ketamine_disposal_unit

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I think a lot of people are using suboptimal germination methods. Heating pads and paper towels are more trouble than they're worth, imo-heating pads cook more seeds than they help sprout, and paper towels are an unnecessary step with no upside, but several potential downsides. Keep it simple-plant direct to media, keep moist like a wrung out sponge, not wet, don't soak fresh seeds (soak older seeds for no longer than 12 hours), keep at 80 degrees under a mild light 24/7. Do all those things, and make sure your temps are stable and the seeds don't dry out (or get too wet) and your success rate will skyrocket. It's easy for new growers to get off track with all the bad germination info available and then blame the breeder. According to my records, out of the past 25 seeds I've grown from 12 different breeders, I've had one not germinate. It was a pale, puny underdeveloped s1 and I had a feeling it wouldn't sprout from the beginning. My last two in-house strains popped in 24 hours.
It's amazing how much some people want to overcomplicate germination.

Literally shove em in the wet coco cube under a light. Never had a problem except with bunk seeds. You won't increase chances of germination by sandpapering the shell with artisinal fine grit Persian sandpaper and sticking between hand pressed Vietnamese rice paper against your window under the solstice sun for 25.6 lunar hours bedore placing the sprout tail pointed towards jupiter in purified peruvian rock ash blessed by pureblood incan shaman wizards you fucken hippies
 

harrychilds

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sMACkin has gone hermie on me boys.... 2 weeks into flower. I'm not bothered about it. I will deal with it and remove the male pollen sacks to prevent the plant from pollenating it's self and the grow room. The environment is spot on, all green and healthy, just hermie issues that in House genetics needs to admit and Fix. And attitude seed bank only have stock for 4 different genetics from in house. Everything has been removed other than 4 different genetics. Check it out. https://www.cannabis-seeds-bank.co.uk/in-house-genetics/cat_238
 
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Freshbakd

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It's amazing how much some people want to overcomplicate germination.

Literally shove em in the wet coco cube under a light. Never had a problem except with bunk seeds. You won't increase chances of germination by sandpapering the shell with artisinal fine grit Persian sandpaper and sticking between hand pressed Vietnamese rice paper against your window under the solstice sun for 25.6 lunar hours bedore placing the sprout tail pointed towards jupiter in purified peruvian rock ash blessed by pureblood incan shaman wizards you fucken hippies
I really like the description. Next person that asks how I pop seeds I'm using that maybe even hand them a bag of chinchilla powder. I do the sandpaper then soak for couple hours sometimes with urb or full power. Never let tails out because you can hurt them. Then into soil, only reason to sandpaper and soak is for old seed really and I have no idea how old some beans I have are honestly, way to many packs.
 

Moabfighter

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It's easy to drown freshly sprouted seeds in rockwool if too wet. IMHO, there are much easier/more foolproof methods than germinating in rockwool. I grew slurricane ix and got 100% germ rate using the old-fashioned paper towel method.
I won’t lie. I didn’t have any paper towels and only rockwool. They indeed seemed quite juicy, the rockwool cubes. You may be onto something. My OGKB x Animal cookies had a 1/4” tail same as the Slurricane and it died aswell…. Man. Two inhouse beans gone and wasted in a week. I hate wasting these quality beans.
 

harrychilds

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I had to cull a sMACkin plant, it was full of male pollen sacks and it had to be culled and removed from my grow tent. And now I am worried if the rest of them are going to turn hermie on me!?!? If the rest of them turn hermie on me then I am never going to buy in house genetics seeds again. And before you ask. No I don't want a refund and No I don't want a free pack of hermie seeds :cuss:
 
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harrychilds

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It's not acceptable man. Where is the Quality control? to prevent things like this from happening? Where is the complaints department or whatever you call it lol :bigjoint:
 

Kalkwerk

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Yikes. I got truffle cake on the go now but seeing all of these hermie stories about pancakes line I can feel its gonna end bad :lol:

Ihg Reddit is basically flooded with herms reports. Fingers crossed Im gonna find some good stable plant.
 
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