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  • VerdantGreen
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    Hi starcrash, did you mean to post that pic here?? presumably it is the cut you were gifted as Chem D? if so, i can't really tell you anything new.. it looks kind of like the D, the marbling is there but it doesn't look like a classic 'D" pattern - although it does vary with nutrition of the soil etc. The structure, again, is D like but doesn't look quite as branchy as i would expect. My advice is to run it and see if you like to smoke it.
    VG

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  • star crash
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  • VerdantGreen
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    Thanks eyesdown, I thought i should try and cover all the bases whilst i was working on the C4DD... and yes it is interesting to see the two ends of the scale with the D and 4 whist having the F2s which should vary all the way inbetween..
    Check out the C4DDD thread if you want to see some odd results so far... early days yet though

    VG.

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  • eyesdownchronic
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    wonderful breeding work VG!
    will be interesting to see the variation between C4DDf2, CD x C4DD, and C4 x C4DD

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  • VerdantGreen
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    The outlier F2 plant smokes beautifully. Buds don't have density but very resinous and sticky.. leaves that greasy Plasticine/sculpey clay coating on your fingers. Smells very chem with a lemon edge... and is very potent indica high with perhaps a bit of racey buzz as well.


    VG

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  • VerdantGreen
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    Here is the 'outlier' pheno from the 'op' C4DD f2 seed batch... harvested today.

    hoping to reveg this and grow it again without the thrips...




    VG

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  • VerdantGreen
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    Here they are (or most of them) after a week in their new pots. greened up nicely


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  • VerdantGreen
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    Lastly, after i did a germ test a couple months ago on the original 'OP' batch of C4DD F2'S (the 'open pollination' batch) i kept one plant that looked like more of an outlier. i was hoping the F2s would throw the odd pheno that was more unusual. Again it is in the cab that has thrips so not the best pics, but this pheno is much more leaning towards narrow leaf structure, but the smell is ponging of chem!
    ive tried to get a reveg cut of this to run it again without the thrips lol..


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  • VerdantGreen
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    and the Chem D x C4DD. there are two plants of each pheno, and as you can see one pheno is rather small ! (although quite pretty in its own way)

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  • VerdantGreen
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    Chem 4 x C4DD

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  • VerdantGreen
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    White Rhino x C4DD

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  • VerdantGreen
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    C4DD F2

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  • VerdantGreen
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    I will probably start threads for all these, but for now
    Amnesia x C4DD

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  • VerdantGreen
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    Thanks Jayded,


    I was hoping to wait until next week, but i had to repot the seedlings today as they were asking for it... i find that when vegging under strong LED lights, the plants will fade as soon as the roots start to become restricted, i think because they stop being able to keep up with the photosynthesis. In this case i don't mind too much because i am trying to get some 'age' on the plants without them becoming too big.
    here is a shot of all the plants in their 9cm pots.

    The Amnesia x C4DD has shown brilliant vigor, and all the rest are close behind... except the C4DD x Chem D, which has segragated into two phenos, oe of which is quite a lot slower, although interesting looking all the same. It is interesting that the second bx to the chem D has caused a loss of vigor, as one might expect... but would indicate that the Chem D is already somewhat inbred - and this would make sense because it breeds quite true for it's terpene profile etc.
    Left to right in rows AmnesiaxC4DD; C4DDf2; White RhinoxC4DD;Chem 4xC4DD;ChemDxC4DD

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  • Jayded
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    Good luck with the grow VG.Very interested to see what comes from the WR cross.

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