Originally Posted by Raho
Don't know Shmavis.
I think there's always been a bit of back and forth between the pacific NW and Canada, and the PNW is home to a lot of different hashplant cultivars.
Plus, there have been some pretty adventurous breeders up there who have traveled to cannabis hotspots and brought home some fire (much to their credit.)
One thing they seem to be pretty bad about is renaming things and taking credit for other people's work. Sad expression of ego and greed. They aren't the only ones that do that of course, but here we are discussing a hybrid with half the genetics given a generic name. It's a lot less helpful than it could be for people who might like to work the line past selecting a keeper.
I like to think there is some legit legit local treasure up there, but don't have any firsthand knowledge so won't speculate.
From way outside looking in, I’m somewhat familiar with that back and forth you speak of.
Great point about the generic name of one half.
Whether #2, the lone female from five seeds, possesses the effect I’m after remains to be seen. But since she has the stature, structure and appearance that I so like, I will be making seeds (I prefer chucking pollen to keeping keepers).
Thanks for your insights.
#1 has stretched out nicely, and more than I expected: