The fasciated plant spawned a regular bud site from the messy terminal:
Fascinating but not a good yielder.
2nd generation clone from IH#5 the strongest whorler:
I have no reason to believe there is a link between whorled phyllotaxy and "low-yielding phenotypes" as suggested by someone above. Also contrary the experience of others, I have no doubt mine will do just fine.
Left and right in the back, the lower ones, are IH#1 and IH#5.
The P#1A left in the front turned out pretty nicely despite its reveg episode. Too many buds sites on it, but all small and not too leafy.
I wasn't happy with the veg rate in the coco bottles of the those 14 whorl ratio test plants and needed the space so I cancelled that for now. I need to find a male for IH#5 too mate with anyway so will be able to check the ratio later this fall anyway.
I will be trying the currently frozen pollen from the quad-whorled male on the tri-whorled IH#5 soon to see if I can make that backcross. Not sure if I'll be able to get pollen from IH#5 itself in time, might have to do that next round.