Originally Posted by Bmac1
Pulling up a seat. Ive had forum cookies and lime cookies. Both were great but i rode lime cookies hard for a few years and it was time to move on. The forum cut, i let go after one round because of the yield and regretted it as soon as the jar was gone.
oh no you've done that too? i did that before with with a different plant, it's really sad when that happens! i ended up saving bud from that plant only smoking a bit here and there until a year later and it was down to the last bud lmao. It was Chemmando by Cabin Fever Seed Breeders (Grapefruit x Mendo Purps) x Empress kush. Was Blue purple and greenish yellow and super mango tangy tasting. potency was up there too!
Originally Posted by Oliver Pantsoff
Good thread Lan. I got some wedding cake and gelato#33 in the fridge. How many keepers did you find in the wedding cake? Potency? Hermies? Saw mixed reviews on IG..
Curious about the candy rain hype to. You should be able find some good ones in there...
I'm along for the ride tho....
Thanks man! glad to have you tuned in! The Wedding Cake x Gelato 33 yielded me two solid keepers and one I'm on the fence on. would have been three solid keepers but i lost number 7.
Number 10 is a solid keeper, Gelato 33 leaning in terms of looks, very purple black fan leaves at finish. but has the wedding cake nose. Gas vanilla.
Number 3 is a solid keeper as well and is super frosty and yields well when squished. Ill get pics of her up. She had the typical duck style fan leaves and gassy sweet terp of most cookies.
Number 5 was almost exactly like number three except gassy grape instead of gassy sweet was also stronger and makes me sweat when i smoke it. BUT this one did express some male parts by week 3 of flower which was easy to pick off and let her finish. I have not ran her again but i loved the smoke so much.
Over all 11 plants 6 hermies the first go around from seed. Im not complaining its kind of expected from these genetics and the plants i got from it were spectacular. to me u just gotta put in a little work checking them from top to bottom first few weeks.