Interesting. Cant wait to see some pics!
I find this subject fascinating, especially since I accidentally produced a cross breed of two different cubensis strains, redboy, and penis envy. I did this by using the pf Tek, 1/2 pint jars brf verm h20, and shooting them with the redboy. They sat in the cupboard for almost two months and not one produced any signs of white. Since none contaminated either I shot them again with the people, thinking that there might be some chance of them still being useful. This time they all jumped and within three weeks they were ready to birth. I was an absentee father by then, but I paid one last visit to the ex and put the cakes in an aquarium for her. They grew rapidly into the weirdest fruits I have ever seen. Black caps with dark violet streaking on the stems. I got a mutual friend to grab a few pics, and one cap which I printed. That cap grew 20 more, and those prints are right now being grown in 4 dozen jars to see if they retain their characteristic color and size. I am just getting a lab up, and am going to be using this method of experimenting with crossing these black beauties with my cyanescens, as was mentioned earlier. When I figure out a more scientific explanation for this, and I will entertain any thoughts as to what may have happened at the microscopic level. Updates to come.
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