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  1. Man, I would love to do some salmon fishing! Promise I'll keep your spot a secret... Frosty like Wendy's, right?! Man that Redhead is hot. Peace- Real
  2. Well, sad news to start off with... My two favorite SPG x BB phenos (BB dominant) have shown some nanners already. Since we're only four weeks into 12/12 I chopped one- the other only had one small cluster so I am hoping I can monitor it and sneak it through to maturity. Obviously it won't make mother stock as I was wanting. Two of the three Boudica are clearly sativa dominant phenos, the other looks to be a true 50/50 hybrid... It has my attention and could end up a keeper. Of course, the proof will be in the pudding. I have some nice Bluehammer phenos- there are two short, two intermediate, and one clear Jackhammer dominant. I have a bunch of pics taken but have been negligent in uploading them to the site... I'll work on that and share some nice budporn in the next update. SP x Madonna also deserves mention... She's due for transplant and a move to flower. That will be done along with cuttings, a bit later this week. I'll post up some shots of her next time as well. Real
  3. So... How's the smoke? Don't get lost over there and keep us hanging- I suppose it must be proper, considering the silence. Hey, if you want SP x Madonna cuttings, let me know and I'll take extra. I know you have tons of seeds but I just thought I'd throw it out there. Looking sweet, man! Thanks again for the info on mediums, and of course, the hookup! Real
  4. Well Damn... No cutting pics, only a couple SP x Madonna pics, and two weeks into 12/12 I don't see any update pics either. WTF?! Is Real *high*? Is he just slacking? Is it both? Hmmmmmmm.... Yeah- it's both. The cuttings were taken about 10 days ago. Yup, they have roots. The SP x Madonna are going nuts. This is the start of week 3 in flower, so I expect the stretch to be ending any time now. Starting to see some preflowers, particularly in one of the SPG x BB. Looks as though I have two phenos, a sativa and an indica- go figure... The Boudicas have stretched more than I expected, but they are all doing quite nicely. I will be rotating in some SP x Madonna shortly, with cuttings to follow in a few weeks. I have an eye on a couple that I might want as keepers- one (indica pheno) SPG x BB, and maybe two Bluehammers. I won't decide for sure until after the cure but they look promising. Some pics... Those are, obviously, the cuttings, the SP x Madonna, and the flower room on Aug. 18th. Here is now: So I'm really liking the soil change... No further problems with the Silica Blast either. Gotta run some errands, more updates to come.
  5. Hey colt, I think it's great that you want to take initiative and learn/try something new. Now you have just a bit more experience than you did a few hours ago. You also have a good example of what hermies look like for future reference. I have seen Herijuana hermie before, so it may not have been your doing. Obviously I don't know your situation or the circumstances you mention so I would just take it in stride and move on. Best of luck in the future, and happy growing! Real
  6. This ^^^ needs to end. This is not the place nor thread. Not only off-topic, but old. PLEASE take it somewhere else. Thanks.
  7. That would be my guess. I am not a breeder nor do I chuck pollen, so my *opinion* is based solely on my knowledge of botany and genetics. Take it for what it's worth... You are trying to create a stable line from plants that you know are already prone to be unstable. I personally wouldn't touch them for breeding. This is assuming, of course, that there are no environmental factors influencing the hermie- ie: light leaks, etc. Think about what you look for in a seed... Stability and consistency, right? The genetics of the offspring come directly from the parents. If one or both parents have the tendency to go hermie, then you can bet the offspring will as well. If you ask any reputable breeder, I am sure they would tell you the same thing- you just don't breed with bad/ hermie prone genetics. There may be others out there that don't agree, as I said, this is just my opinion- but I wouldn't use them. I really don't want to sound rude or anything, but if you are unclear as to what a hermie looks like, how can you feel confident enough to breed new plants? There's a lot more to it than just pollinating a female plant and harvesting seeds- unless it's just for your own amusement. I know that sounds harsh, and I really don't mean to sound like a dick, but being a good breeder takes years and years of growing, learning, and experience. It also takes a solid genetic foundation to start from. Just my .02c worth... Peace, Real
  8. Best wishes on this run, Mister... I'm here for the long haul, especially with those long- flowering sativas. Sounds like fun!
  9. Wow- now *that* is a hermie. Sorry man- better luck next batch. :/ Real
  10. Wow... Vanilluna. Yeah it's been a while. Good detective work! Pull up a chair and enjoy the show... Feel free to ask any questions, I'll do my best to answer them. Peace, Real
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