Alrightythen… July 2016 Summertime rules! Well, I am up to lots of stuff, so buckle up, hahahaha; seriously though, I have a lot going on right now, so I’ll try my best to be as brief as possible, whew, and away we go…
First of all amigos, here’s a double secret probation link to a lot of KOS lines and I update these all the time so check back to see latest developments along with breeder’s notes etc. So bookmark this link…
The Black Poison f2s are just a couple of days away from the Gamblers’ Table, so if you knew what I know about this recombination, you would jump on some of those ASAP! Fertile breeders’ grounds.
Dark DragonI am going to note here, especially for those outdoor growers near the coast where humidity plays a big part. The Dark Dragon has a very specialized floral morphology that is still pretty dense—not rock hard dense—and allows for some air movement that combats things like Bud Rot. So a great choice for an outdoor grower along the coast I think; they work fine indoors too. Great unique flavor range along with exotic smells—you can pick this smoke out in a crowd of smoke. She’s kind of uppity for me, an intense hit in two waves for me, at about 10 min and again at about 15 min and she is an ass kicker with long sativa-like legs (length of effect) and three hours easy for me, solid bake, no rollercoaster type ride here, more like a freight train.
Black Poison Skunk is also about to make it’s showing at The Gambler’s Table as well, and this highly exotic baybee is made using my female Red Russian Skunk; 3 individual females actually, and using a super stinky tough as nails and large yielding Black Poison male. Seriously, he smelled strongly!
Right now I am germinating some of my last original Deep Chunk seeds along with several Deep Chunk x Lemongrass Thai seeds; fingers crossed these are both really old.
I had one of my LEDs finally (after 5 or 6 years of constant use) failed and the spectrum wasn’t right so I got a new bad ass LED up in my sprouting zone now. The plants started to look like they were hurting and I moved some over to another light and those came right out of it. So keep that in your bag of diagnostic trix, because old lights can cause big problems. In any gardens I troubleshoot that is one of the first questions I ask, how old are your lights/bulbs?
My few Tombs and couple Darkling Sativa plants all showed male on me, germinated under that old LED light, but since I have heard back from a few peeps about normal and female high sexual ratios from those two, I am pretty sure that light zapped ‘em into an unhappy place. So long story short, I will be popping some more of these ASAP too.
I have a Bogglegum (f2) male stud-muffin warming up in the bullpen—super NL5 dominant—I am going to cross out to my Kali Thai and remake an even more insane Fat Tuesday. Seriously confident about what I am doing here using an f2 male Bogglegum I selected rather than the f1 Bogglegum male I used in the original cross making Fat Tuesday. Bigger, more potent, enhanced yields, resistances, and vigor.
Right behind that aiming mostly at making Mobius Dragon Sativa (Black Forrest male x Boggle Dragon); now that I have seen how this Boggle Dragon breeds I know she will recombine along the Black Forrest’s olden Vietnamese sativa lines. Should bump up resin production, yields, and while I can’t imagine where exactly the sharp pungent smells and flavors of the Black Forrest slamming into the candy sweet aspects of the Boggle Dragon will end up, but it should be memorable.
Another one in the works is I want to cross my selected Red Russian Skunk male to my Kali Thai female and make some Red Thai—drool! Also, Coma Cluster is holy shit tough, easy to grow, yields large, deadly potent; check her out you’ll be happy you did.
The numbers on that one tent full photo represent the number of days each of those plants has left before harvest. If you treat a nerve related spasm pain issue like I do, seriously think about trying out the Dark Rhino. She has excellent qualities along these lines for myself and several others I know of. Cheers!