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  1. Santero - is there any of Escobar's strains that you have both male and female, you can do a small run of and just re-release it with no work? Just a simple grow/dust release? I'd really like to get some blue rocket, chocolate rain or chucky's bride. They were good, I have a couple crosses, but lost the moms. Would like to go back and search for some new keepers.
  2. So I went out to collect pollen and broke off one of the resin coated bulbs and realized it's a seed pod. It dropped a ton of pollen in one day, so I expect it'll only have a few days left before it's spent, but it's got several seed pods so that'll be exciting to see if they will mature and germ. Seeds from a male hermie - should they automatically be male?
  3. You should have a female seed if the plant it came from was female. All these people are worried about hermies ruining a crop - I don't understand how that happens unless you don't check your plants everyday or two. It's not like hermies just burst open in one day and spread pollen they still usually take a couple weeks. I can grow a whole room of males with females and usually cull the males before any pollen ever shows and even if I want to cross, I can still get the males before they burst. Even more, I've had 6 ft tall males fully mature and shook them on plants next to them and some 3-4 ft away don't get hit. People are way too paranoid. IMO the only risk to growing them out, is that if it hermies, you wasted time growing it just like you would any regular seed that ends up a male. Last point - how do you think Gorrilla glue and cookies strains and OG Kush and Bubba Kush came about - legendary hermies.
  4. I know a lot of you guys pollen chuck - as have I, but I am flabbergasted. I have an Anasthesia male that is outside and is easily 3 weeks into flower. Lots of pollen has dropped and I'd say it only has a couple weeks left at best. The earliest I've ever seen anything start to flower at my latitude is first week of August. However, I have 2 Ghost train haze males that are 2 weeks into flower already - probably a few more days and they will start to have mature pollen. My females that I was going to pollinate haven't even started to flower yet. I also have a couple Huckleberry Kush's that are maybe 1 week in. So the question - how would I categorize these as far as flowering time? Not that I can, but how would you shift flowering times so they line up and can pollinate a female? The Anasthesia male has a few balls with rezin on them and they smell nice and sweet with a little petrol undertones - can't quite put my finger on it. Has anyone had any sweet smelling Ana's? Would that be from the Afghan side?
  5. Their stuff always looks fire, but the price keeps me away. Usually 5x Sannies stuff.
  6. I thought the tude stopped taking cc, you have to go to sister site choice
  7. Ok, that's curious - extrema was feminized only unless you had them from 10+ years ago when there was a regular version I heard. I have 3 fully formed seeds from a number of years ago when mine started to hermi.
  8. Is the boudica x Extrema because extreme hermied and dusted the boudica. It's been a while, but I sure miss Extrema - was very good to me.
  9. Has anybody grown the 2012 which was available at sannie's for a while and also grown the newer V3 or V5? What, if any differences did you notice?
  10. Males will start dropping before the females are ready, but it also depends on the males flower time. They will also keep dropping for a while 2-4 weeks so if you put them in at the same time you'll be good. The only way I'd stagger them is if you have a long flowering female with a short flowering male, then I'd put the female in a couple weeks before.
  11. Interesting. Is the katsu for the mad kush?
  12. I am by no means an authority on any of this, but recently some labs have indicated that sativa and indica traits can be a misnomer created by "breeders" based on effect and looks of the plant. Whereas genetics test true. Meaning - you see a long foxtailed bud with thin leaves and uppity high - so you call it sativa, but in some cases it's deceptive and the genetics show indica. I don't have all the info, but because of so much cross breeding and polyhybrid creation - we don't really have a full grasp on what is truely indica and sativa. This could be an explanation for the discrepencies between Santero and NAW.
  13. Monterey garden insect spray - OMRI listed and works good on thrips.
  14. They look super uniform. Don't find that too often.
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