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  1. I hope this is the right forum to start this in, if not then I won't be offended if it gets moved. I started getting into weed about 3 years ago, started growing about 15 months ago, and have developed an obsession for it. I have worked with and grown a variety of heirloom herbs, vegetables, and fruits and have always had an affinity for the "forgotten" stuff. Same goes for wine- Like yeah orange sweet potatoes are nice, but there are some incredible white and purple ones. Those enormous red tasteless crunchy tomatoes are essentially a crime against humanity when essentially every heirloom from green zebra to pineapple to white currant all taste orders of magnitude better. Peppers have a variety of flavors not unlike cannabis' terpene expression range. So, as much as I enjoy smoking them I try to breed with minimal skunk 1, Chemdog, Blueberry, and NL and their offspring. Right now I've got USC's Uzbekistan, Nepalma, Black Afghani, and Col'Jam going, and Triple Pakistan curing. I've also got Silverfields late in flower, doing well despite the constant thrip battles and Sannie's Jack in veg. Nepalma: Uzbekistan: (lights have been upgraded since, don't judge for the small buds too harshly haha) Triple Pakistan: Black Afghani are getting flipped right now. I've also got some stuff from Real Seed Company going. For those of you that aren't familiar, they source and sell heirloom and ruderal genetics from around the world, it's essentially raw breeding material. Sinai is finishing up now, it was selected for survivability and adaptability to light changes, as well as resin. There are a bunch of Ukhrul making their way through veg now, with a huge genetic variance. Their Iranian is my next hunting project, then Rasoli. I'll start documenting their individual phenos once they show they're not herm-prone or otherwise weak with the flip back to 18 hours of light. That was a huge selector for Sinai. Two of the phenos did well being taken from 12 to 18 hours of light after showing sex, and two emphatically did not. I made F2's from the strongest female and the three strongest males. As a general rule I tend to select F1's for survivability and effect over anything else. Also, almost finished going into flower are Uzbeknepanama [(Uzbekistan x Nepalma) x (Nepalma x Uxbekistan). I'll do a manual open pollination (7 males and 6 females) and then hunt the next generation hard. In general, since I'm eventually going for IBL's, I'm going to start off crossing multiple mothers and fathers of the strains to cross and then hunting the children. I'm not a geneticist, but this way I figure I can add an extra layer of genetic diversity to the F3's. I mean, mathematically (X*Y) is going to be less than [(X*Y) x (Y*X)] assuming the same values, right? And some recessive traits like webbed leaves only come out past the F2 generation. I feel like it's an extra roll of the dice to get a killer pheno. But I'm here to learn if anyone has insight along those lines!! The main reason that I'm growing and breeding is so that I can have a steady supply of disability meds, so all of the breeding revolves around effects. The lights that I'm using are mostly Kingbrite and HLG quantum boards, as well as some 3000k led bulbs from the store. The soil-less mix is Perlite, peat, EWC, coco coir, dolomite lime, and organic 4-4-4 fertilizer. I'm also using kelp extract (1-3-5) and Botanicare Pure Blend Pro Grow (3-2-4) all the way through flower. For P and K I add fireplace ash, banana skin powder, and fishbone meal (6-18-0) to the dirt a few weeks before flower, and then will periodically top dress with them. I used BAC Bloom for some of these and really liked it, but I can't get it shipped to me at a sustainable price right now so I can't order more. Once that big jug can get to me for a reasonable price I'll be... BAC all over that.
  2. Greetings! I'm a disabled medical grower in western North America. Been studying cannabis for a few years since it was crucial in getting my PTSD to manageable levels, and I've absolutely fallen in love with this magical plant that's somehow an antidepressant, a sedative, an anxiolytic, and a stimulant. I've been working with USC's genetics for a while, so I wanted to start a thread to document their grows. I grew out Nepalma, Uzbekistan, and Triple Pakistan (and Turkish, but I got all males ) over the last year, and I've got Col'Jam, Uzbekistan F2, Nepalma F2, and a cross of the two that I've dubbed Uzbeknepanama. Instead of using just one mother for the stock, it was crossbred twice -[(Uzbekistan x Nepalma) x (Nepalma x Uzbekistan)], and now the keeper phenos will be hunted, crossbred, and then selected for the most anxiolytic properties. I meticulously keep and freeze the pollen from the strong, stinky males of all strains for future breeding. My standard procedure for regs is to start them off under 12/12, wait for them to sex, then repot, top, and put under 18 hours of light until they're the size I'm looking for. The topping seems to take care of any revegging delays, and I think that if any phenos were to display herm traits they'd do it at this time as well. I use a soilless mix of perlite, peat, EWC, organic 4-4-4 fertilizer, coco coir, PFR-97 (for bugs), rock dust, dolomite lime, and humic and fulvic acids. They get fed with Botanicare Pure Blend Pro all the way through, supplemented with fishbone meal, kelp extract, micronized sulfur, epsom salts Lights are all LED, mostly Kingbrite. 600 total watts in flower, 325ish for veg. Here's the Triple Pakistan in late flower, just cut a few weeks ago. The flower space. Here's where the males live. Right now there are 4 Uzbeknepanama, 1 Sannie's Jack, and 1 Uzi F2. Another Uzi F2 and a couple of USC's Black Afghani are in the second picture, waiting to root and put on some bulk before going in here. Definitely battling some thrips here and there, I'm in an old farmhouse and they're literally in the wind. The seedlings under 12/12. 5 Col'Jam and 5 Herijuana are in the back left container, the rest are either RSC's Ukhrul, (ECSD x Amnesia), (ECSD x Moonshine Haze), and USC's Black Afghani. And here's the current veg space, with females of USC's Black Afghani, Uzbeknepanama, and Sannie's Jack. Excited to be here and learn from y'all
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    From the album: Flowers

    Motherlode 63 days of flower
  4. lumatekfan


    From the album: Flowers

    Motherlode 63 days of flower
  5. lumatekfan


    From the album: Flowers

    Motherlode 63 days of flower
  6. Hey guys, This medicinal grow i wanted to share with you guys. Specs: - G-Kit 400W Adjust-a-Wing - ELT VSA Greenpower 400W - 2 Smartpots #15 - 2 Smartpots #4 - Guanokalong Soil - Bio Grow Complete Organics - GK Organics Seaweed Liquid - Guanokalong Extract - Symbiosis - Bacto's Strains: -> CBD Crew - Skunk/Haze - 2 fem -> Sensi Seeds - Hashplant - 2 reg -> Sannies Seeds - Mad S - 2 fem The plants were in veg for 15 days in a nano intense with t-neon 55w Transplanted in to there final pot with symbioses between the roots. I let the pics do the talking..This is how they look after transplanting.... After a week or so......Mad S Nice sensi original hashplant CBD Crew Skunk/haze Overview Some back-ups Hashplant/G13 and hashplant After another week or so...plant are building nice...only feeding is seaweed extract and bacto at this point. Showing her leaves with 9 and 11 fingers...i think she likes.. Overview Another week later....Still going really strong, you can see the potential clearly! Sideview... Topview...Look at the leaves there like from a palmtree. Here is the see of greeeen..... And the last one of today...I hope you like the show stay tuned!! Happy Queensday PG
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