Although a known stable cross would be very nice and give more chance of good offspring, I would be happy to get any crosses between plants of such traits.
Most of the fun and work is isolating the desirable traits before the final cross.
For example, when I received Skunk and Haze seeds about 15 years back, the first step was to grow all seeds and select individuals before full pollinating all trees. I could not smoke a joint with the throat burning husk.
Drill seeding rows of seed, there were mainly 2 common sub gene types in both skunk and Haze.
The current skunk is from about 500g of 10yr old seeds where only 2 seeds remained viable.
The Haze has been crossed with male Skunk twice and still throws the 2 common sub gene types from seeds.
Similarly the last 500g of 15yo Haze seed was planted last year, 4 seeds germinated, included a very large Female and Male in the first week, and by some freak gift from above, the smaller pine shaped sub gene in Male and Female the second.
I refine the choice for breading by subtle differences in growth structure, leaf stiffness and vigour.
I have used the original skunk as mother x Haze Male hybrids grown last year.
Not sure if I have explained this in a way that’s understandable?
The New Hybrids are so strong/thick and compact, eureka?
Open to any help with new material.
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