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cheeseberry crosses - going with the time

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hey fellow OGers,

it's been a while! how are you?

after a long time I'm happy to post something on here again. also it seems pretty quiet lately.

so my current project is something I wanted to do for at least 2 years now and finally got my lazy ass to begin with. since feminism and tranny stuff is the thing now I decided to go with it. I plan to make males out of females and then let them knock up some sisters (or themself, depends..)

some years ago me and a friend made 2 lines of cheeseberry f2s. with the male I had chosen I also did several other crosses. the ones for this project are amnesia x cheeseberry (acb)and chronic x cheeseberry (ccb)

the amnesia i chose because..well...its amnesia and should go well with almost every other strain :rolleyes2: I was gifted some clones by a very generous member on here around 5 years ago (thank you again my man!!!) I was so happy and kept her as a mother for about 4 years. last year i decided to let her go as a huge outdoor plant. i regretted it shortly after...(she did wonderful though even here)

the chronic was a very nice plant, structurewise. sturdy, small, fat stem, thick leafs, very good yielding. it was also the only one I had, I can't even remember where the seed was from. the flowers were huge but fluffy, had a nice colour, very little odor. the weed itself was plain, no remarkable smell and taste, the high was a good daytime smoke but nothing special either. but it was the structure and looks that got me. very beautiful. so my idea was that the cheeseberry adds a little density, aroma and vigour.

i started 11 ccb and 10 acb.

i kept 5 ccb and 4 acb, they are at 10 days veg now and have two litre shoes on. they took of some serious speed in growth and look very good, the vigour part is achieved^^ I fimmed them around 5-6 days ago and pruned them today, noticed the following:

both crosses have a similar growth pattern. side branches grow vertical, leafs look very much alike, hight is the same. on one acb and one ccb I found a branch with a triploid growth on the second node. Im kind of excited about that.

a  friend who got the other plants is kind of a newbie who was interested in making his own seeds and didnt know how. i figured that this would be a nice project to get into all this seedmaking stuff. would be great if he had some triploid too.

the next steps are to let them grow some more, take two cuttings of each plant. the ladies go in flower mode while the clones can grow. when the favourite ladies are chosen I will use the cs method to create female seeds of each cross.

i'll get up some pics soon. it's easier to do with the laptop than the phone somehow.

happy growing!

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Hey MiNdLesS,hope you´r fine!!

sounds of a nice project!!  .......i had your CB fem some yrs ago,and it was lecker!! not the best yield(due to my 12/12 from start-run),but the bud was great :tu 

gonna watch this....

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hey saxo! nice to read you, have a beer and some smoke :D

yeah while the fems really were no big yielders I did really like the flavour. and with some months in the jar it just got better and better. pitty that the last nug tasted the best haha i could smoke some of it right now but unfortunately I ran out of seeds long time ago^^

i grew some plants of the f2s and the yield was top in both lines so I assume that neither the amnesia nor the chronic will suffer in the yield department. we'll find out soon.

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Nice to see

I pull up my chair.

I have you sugar punch maple leaf hanging now lol

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hey toker, you're welcome!

great haha how did she grow?

 

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Like a monster

Most excellent

I swear it has coco hints to it

Not smoked it yet but my fingers have. Cocoish smell after touching them

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coco sounds fantastic, I never came across a strain smelling like coco...hm a reason to explore those beans^^

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hey guys, here's a pic of the 9 plants I had chosen. the label says 1st June but I planted them two days earlier in those 2l pots. defoliated them and now have 6-8 branches on every plant. I think I will do the cuttings by the middle of the next week.

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Hey guys!

time for an update.

the plants are about three weeks old yet and grew very good. they are now ready for taking cuttings. two of each will be taken this evening then they get a defoliation. I think I will put them in their final shoes by the end of the week. they will be flowered in 3 gallon fabric pots in a 3x3 tent under a mars ts2000.

if some of you is looking for a lamp I can totally recommend them. i use already two ts1000 for quite some time now and am.more than happy

the back row and the middle one are ccb and the rest is acb.

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I'll add some more pics when the work is done.

greetz

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Hello guys! how are ya?

here's an update of my little project. little fits pretty well because I have four plants left. I chose three ccb and one acb. there were at least two more acb but I gave'em to a friend who will have his fun with them.

the acb pheno I kept is the most appealing one to me. nice sturdy structure, a pale green colour and a very intensive stem smell. my guess is that it will grow and flower towards the cheesey side of things.

all three ccb look quite similar, not much difference. sturdy plants, tight nodes, slower growth than acb. number one has the most intensive stem smell though, quite lemony.

here are the girls. acb in the back on the left, next to it ccb #2, front left is ccb #1 and ccb #3 on the right.

the two in the front just got uppotted therefor the droopy look.

cuttings will be taken today and then they will be lst'ed to get them bushier. i think after around a week to 10 days further growth they will be transferred to the 3x3 flower tent. cuttings should have rooted well by then.

i will upload some pics of all plants solo when I transfer them.

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oh i forgot. here are the males. one of every cross. ccb on the left, acb on the right. funny thing is both of them have a "triploid" branch, I think the blueberry is responsible for that isn't it?

 i'll let them flower somewhere outside and get me a nice bag of pollen.

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Hello Friends!

time for a little update.

the plants look great, adapted very well to the new soil. first I thought it will be a little too hot but as you'll see no signs of overfeeding.

today I shaved the ladies and removed everything from the first third of the plants. what i discovered then was a total bummer. one of the three ccb is also a male and got the axe.

what to do with the now free space? I took a look in the vault and decided to sow two seeds of silverfields x headcandy. if they sprout they will grow 12/12 from seed. let's see if I'm lucky and maybe get at least one girl.

the ccb started to flower and is in full flower mode. he's standing outside of the box just in the room. the acb male doesnt show any signs of flowering. on Monday they will be put in the 3x3 tent.

the cuttings are still not rooted but look good. I'm certain they will grow roots soon.

group shot: (front left is the male)

 

 

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after shaving

acb; ccb #3; ccb #2; silverfields x headcandy

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Hello guys!

quick update.

the plants grow mighty fine. "satt grün und glücklich" as we say around here. all three are growing vigorously. I'm pleased by all of them and expect some nice flowers. I switched on Sunday so we are at flowering day #2 today.

the ccb male is in full flowering mode under a window, I collected some pollen today and will continue for the next days. when I have enough and before the girls start growing flowers he will be transformed in a nice tea.

the first cuttings to root were the acb. ccb will show roots within the next few days.

the silverfields x headcandy I replaced with an autoflowering cbd plant.  I never grew autos indoors so I thought "why not ?" I'm looking forward what she'll show me. the headcandy get their chance at another spot.

 

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indeed,they do look glücklich und satt !!! Autos doing great as well,when growing inside  :tu

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Hey saxo, do you grow autos? if so how many hours of light do you give?

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Hello guys,

here are some more pics from this morning. I'm more and more  pleased with those beauties, they are in speed mode. it's a little dry in my cab (~30% rh) but they get a spraying around three times a day.

first pic obviously a group shot, then ccb #1, then acb, then ccb #3 and last but not least the autoflowering cbd-strain. it's a purplematic cbd from rqs.

the ccb clones still show no roots yet, that's odd but I'm in good hopes. I already collected a good amount of pollen from the ccb male which will be enough to get plenty of f2 seeds. I plan to dust a branch of each ccb in week three.

so far, happy growing!

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no,not atm...but when i did,i used to ran em under 20/4 h,thats the best way,i´d say! they will thrive under 18/6h too,so you can put it in your veg tent,if you got the space. i won´t recommend to grow em together with regulars under 12/12.

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Hey saxo, thanks for the reply. was it worth it? hm I have no spare plants right now which I could put in for it.

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28 minutes ago, MiNdLesS said:

..... was it worth it?....

....ging so :D ..some pix,if you don´t mind......

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....5-Liter- Bucket, 250W, 20/4h

 

 

 

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looks pretty good actually :verrygood and what's the deal with smell, taste and effect? is it different than photos?

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@MiNdLesS no,theres not much difference between photos & autos nowaday! the new auto-generations are as good as the "normal " ones,when it comes to smell, taste and effects.....absolutely worth trying,imho

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