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Old 11-23-2018, 10:59 AM #61
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I saw someone had mentioned in this thread that a Sensi male had been used in the breeding of Peak's NL. I was curious to what the background on his NL was and asked. Mike J. said that Sensi genetics were never used in his NL line. He said he used the old BC Seed Companies NL and added a bit of Hemcy's NL around 2007. He said he's been inbreeding since, modeling it after the NL#5 from the 90's.
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Rather than a new thread, I figured I'd post here and bump the whole shebang, as it's a good thread about a good breeder.

Here's a photo of PS NL, day 12 from flipping to flower.


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Beautiful plant there SandyFantasyman. How's it smelling for you? Mine had a pine, with a hint of burnt rubber in the background type of smell. They weren't the strongest smelling plants, but I wouldn't describe it as being low odor.
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Beautiful plant there SandyFantasyman. How's it smelling for you? Mine had a pine, with a hint of burnt rubber in the background type of smell. They weren't the strongest smelling plants, but I wouldn't describe it as being low odor.
Right now there isn't much ambient smell. For both the mom and the dad, though, when I clip fan leaves with my thumbnail there is a skunky aroma. The skunk is all I recall from the dad(chopped him last week). I clipped a few fans from the mom this morning to try to answer this post and the skunk is the strongest scent, but there are other subtler ones that I can't quite identify.

I'm not at all good at describing smells or tastes, as this post makes obvious. Hope this was of some use.
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I saw someone had mentioned in this thread that a Sensi male had been used in the breeding of Peak's NL. I was curious to what the background on his NL was and asked. Mike J. said that Sensi genetics were never used in his NL line. He said he used the old BC Seed Companies NL and added a bit of Hemcy's NL around 2007. He said he's been inbreeding since, modeling it after the NL#5 from the 90's.
there's nothing posted that reminds me even vaguely of the sensi cut. especially the smells. unmistakable.
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noknees, these are the quotes at the beginning of the thread that I was referring to. I never grew Sensi's NL so I can't compare it to Peak's, but I would take the breeders word that it was NOT used in it. When I asked MJ about it he said he wasn't sure how the Sensi rumor came to be. Makes me wonder if when the breeder mentioned adding "Hemcy's" in there, it was meant with a wink. Whether or not there is Sensi there I would say that Peak's NL is a great all round strain.
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^^ No, I found it to be stable and expect the seeds to provide me with good genetics. I never deal with clones anyways for legal and other reasons.

The BCSC NL is about ready to be flipped into flower, expecting top notch genetics there too. Peak used BCSC NL crossed to Sensi NL to get his strain or that is what I read on the net.
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This is correct information about the Sensi male, I have it in writing from Mike J. himself on that.

As for the BCSC #5 mother, Mike said the plant's performance had begun to drop off and he was looking to re-invigorate the strain - which I took to mean he bred a completely new mother using mostly genetics from the original.

Cerainly, when I placed my first order in September 2015, Mike advised that the NL beans he had for sale at that time were not his "premium" NL, advising me to wait for harvesting of a superior NL product, which I later ordered some months later..

So again, I suspect Peak Seeds is using a new Northern Lights mother plant.

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I hope OP doesn't mind me putting pics in this thread. I will happily cease, just say the word.

Three days from last time, so 15f. Sorry it looks bleached out, it looked a lot more clear on the original photo.
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A bit of nute burn on the tips, my bad. The damage on the lower leaves happened during defoliation. Still doing decently.
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Any shots of the whole plant?
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