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#1 skunk

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Posted 11 May 2019 - 12:21 AM

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Still plugging in the grow room this 2019 season, I'll be running 3 different strains. And 2 of those strains I have different Phenos of. Still trying to decide which Phenos I wanna run conservatively this year.

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Strain #1 is Blue Cheese Lemon Kush x Cindy 99 (Phenos 6 & 7)
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Strain # 2 Cindy 99 (Pure) (Phenos 1&3)
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Early flower
Strain #3 Electric Avenue
Hasn't hit the grow this year yet

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Posted 11 May 2019 - 12:50 AM

Some Random Bud Shots..

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Posted 16 July 2019 - 07:53 PM

Orange Sherbet:
Crested Cannabis - Polyploidism

This is the Orange Sherbet strain i have been running for the last 2 yesrs or so. A clone of a clone of a clone etc. This one clone just decided to go rouge and put out some trippy ass growth.

Thought I'd share a few posts while im waiting on some action in my flowering room.
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Posted 16 July 2019 - 07:58 PM

Is that just a mutation from so many clones or was colchicine involved? Interesting either way, thanks for sharing!


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Posted 16 July 2019 - 08:18 PM

Is that just a mutation from so many clones or was colchicine involved? Interesting either way, thanks for sharing!

I'll have to do some digging through some correspondence but it was agreed by multiple people that it was a forum of infection. The name slips my mind ATM.

I still run the Orange Sherbet and haven't seen this happen again.

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Posted 17 July 2019 - 08:14 PM

I didn't think senescence was an issue with cannabis clones. Which makes me wonder if some wandering, traveling, soil gnat transferred a disease (fungal, mold, lower fungi, bacterial, etc.) into your soil. After all, if it's not genetics - it's the microbes and the way they digest the soil.

Check your soil bin for strange smells - other than those with which you are familiar (we - like dogs - have a pretty acute sense of smell). If it's musty, you have a cobweb mold over-abundance............etc.

 

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Posted 18 July 2019 - 10:14 AM

I didn't think senescence was an issue with cannabis clones. Which makes me wonder if some wandering, traveling, soil gnat transferred a disease (fungal, mold, lower fungi, bacterial, etc.) into your soil. After all, if it's not genetics - it's the microbes and the way they digest the soil.
Check your soil bin for strange smells - other than those with which you are familiar (we - like dogs - have a pretty acute sense of smell). If it's musty, you have a cobweb mold over-abundance............etc.

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Yes this is exactly what is suspected..
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Fasciation can be caused by several possible causes...

Such as Genitics (Which I can quite confidently rule out as I've been growing this particular strain for a very long time and has always been consistent).

Environmental causes - My grow is quite consistent and the only time there are changes are from winter to sumner with slight temp incresses.. but this occured during winter with no noticeable changes so I'm confident this wasn't the cause.

Hormonal- This could factor into the cause as I have experimented with BAP (6-Benzylaminopurine) on a select few of my Cacti. While I was quite careful with the use and and applications I can't be 100% positive. But tools I used were specific to cacti and conducted in the kitchen well away from my grow. And always cleaned up and disposed of pins after use. Cacti were grown in a separate room, which is it my flowering room and this plant was already flowering when the BAP arrived and I started experimenting with it.

A more likely cause is either Bacterial, Fungal or Viral. While I didn't see any noticeable pests that that could have transferred anything; it is quite possible as my grow gets pretty busy in the winter.

Some things to note: the stem if the plant was squashed flat.. so Unlike a normal Cannabis plant with round stems this stem was a good 1 inch wide by 1-2 millimeters thick. Shitty I can't seem to find a proper picture of the stem of this plant.. but you can vaguely see what Im talking about i the pic's below in the lower portion.

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Growth was heavy on the growing tip and very light below the actual flower head.

Was an interesting plant to watch develop. The cola even forumed an S for Skunk if you look close enough. Hasn't happened again and I've run these clones multiple times since.

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Posted 18 July 2019 - 11:22 AM

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Prepping some fresh clones to replace the mother's on my Vegging room. One of my cloae friends, hooked me up with some sweet genitics I've been playing around with since last October. 2 Phenos (#1 & 3) of Pure Cindy 99. Also 2 Phenos (#6 & 7) of Blue Cheese Lemon Kush x Cindy 99.

Really digging both Phenos of the Blue Cheese Lemon Kush x Cindy 99. Perfect night time smoke. Nice and heavy while thw Cindy 99 Phono #3 is a perfect uplifting strain for day time use. Will be running mainly thwse 2 strains of both Phenos through ths grow this summer.

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BLUE CHEESE LEMON KUSH X CINDY 99 (Pheno 7)
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BLUE CHEESE LEMON KUSH X CINDY 99 (PHENO 6)
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Posted 20 July 2019 - 08:48 AM

This is some pretty trippy growth for sure........... Nevertheless the flower mass is so dense it just makes me want to sink my teeth right in. Thanks for sharing !

 

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Posted 14 August 2019 - 09:51 AM

My guess would be squished stem hindering optimal flow......hint beautiful top growth, not so good on bottom...the plant wants to have part of the flowers to form optimal seeds and knows the limited flow won't support it all (strongest first flower would be the plants priority, extra flowers would be a bonus but the plant wants it's genetics to survive).... now we as growers prevent seed but the plants still try




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