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So this will be the topic for my growing ladies (: I have 2 topped Selene's, one untopped but will soon be Cherry Grapefruit, LA widow that was just repotted, Irie in the corner hanging on in her one gal and our likkle babies the amnesia by USC Candy kush by Esko and 2 Kinky Cheese's by eskoww, (now i still have 8 left of these lol)maybe a round with the rest the SSD Clone I flikker'd into the flower tent because it wasn't "even" enough with the rest of the babies, so now it's forced to flower hehe, but i imagined it was grown up already, only one gal but yeah, no drama Photo Time the untopped the topped Selenes Cherry Gr. ; phat indica BABIESSS and the Whole with the repot into euh, ah, 2 gal with 2 grams of myco and biotabs startrex-soil-mix Adios amigos,online familios
Hey man, I saw you make this comment about Ladycane and I thought I'd ask you in a proper channel. So, as the title says….how is this done? Knowing that the hand of man can speed up evolution and adaptation 10,000 fold, I'm still perplexed on how something like this could be achieved in years let alone a life time. With universities and colleges in Canada starting marijuana botany classes, I've been fortunate to move from the MMAR and MMRP programs on to consultation and information like this would be a huge ace in my sleeve. Mind you, I want details and if I get any kick back for it there will be a check in the mail EDIT: Just to be more specific, if training means breeding than why not use that term? To breed for a specific trait outside of the usual potency, taste, yield, stability….it would be impressive, seems like a lot to cover in a short period of time. It's pretty cool to have legally funded studies going on, the fact that classes have the access to enough space to select from thousands of plants is really going to speed things up. I think from a pure ecological aspect, breeding for low nutrient intake is THE most important thing for these facilities to study. No one is focussing on this right now, it's all about those chemical profiles not about the long term game plan. RM
Here we go again OG. This time I popped 5 silverfields, 5 boudica and 2 mad scientist fems. All going in the 4x4 tent. Running Roots organic soil this time. Figured it would see how different it is from Fox Farm Ocean Forrest. Going to be vegging under a 400 watt MH bulb for about 4 weeks. Going to step up my game here in the future and get a 600 watt ballast for flowering. Plan is to get 6 to 8 Fems going big in there and see what happens. Excited to grow these out and pretty nervous at the same time. Have only grown fem seeds on the past two grows basically for ease and keeping it as simple as possible in the beginning. Sooo might need some help here from the people a lot more knowledgeable than I with the sexing of the plants. Will post some pics when it actually worth looking at, now they are just in the paper towel methods on a heat mat ( aka the cable box)