Male 3 was the most vigorous and had some of the thinnest leaves. The leaf shape was also slightly different. He really was different than all the others. Easy to spot I would say.
But the reason I kept him was because I had been able to smell something special in there, when he was 3 weeks old from seed. Not from stem-rubbing but out of the leaves. Smell that I haven't been able to reek again on him since.
I think you can smell it if you know what you are looking for. But this was one out of 40+.
Nice photos & thread, I’ve found w Haze, the more disproportionate the middle leaf is longer than to all others, the better chance of finding old school incense phenos, quality, uniqueness and a step back into past.
When did you source from MNS, I think the when is key there to find grail like NLD potential within some of the hybrid lines
Mns hazes are a total shit shoot but when and if you are lucky enough to find a good one it's a game changer. However nothing is more depressing than putting in all of the work only to get a few mediocre plants that smell like pee. Been there done that.
Barney's grinspoon has been far and away better than any haze I have grown by mns. I found a keeper in my first 5 seeds, it's got the hazey incense goodness and finishes in about 11 weeks. It's full able to finish outdoors in new england too.
when was the Grinspoon sourced, do you believe the current available form is consistent with your comments above? I'm intrigued...
MNS prior to 2010-11 I find have much better odds to find supreme quality than say 2013 on.....
I find the fasciated in quite a few strains, do you like it, aside from Sam's OP on the matter which everyone seems to enjoy citing?
Personally I don't, I think fasciated plants, although vigor is there, they are too leafy, too much leaf growth vs bud
I just said the mother of the OH seeds I used, was fasciated too and named the breeder of the strain.
Yes the fasciated one was leafy, flowers were airy and did stretch a bit more than the others, but was the smelliest and had by far the best high.