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Old 03-22-2010, 10:07 PM #31
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Looks like pure Royal Danes to me..not a bad thing in my book thou, i love her smoke and buzz...How about the smell?
I still smoke too much tobacco to be good on analyzing smells, but I think these smell like Skunk or like Afghan on Skunk... Not like fruity Skunk.

I hope that smallest female is cross (as well as male), what actually grew faster than two bigger females when switched light cycle, but then slowed down stretching earlier again and was smaller at beginning and very indentical to male (what flowered to end fast in 3 liter pot) at some stage.

Next gen could have potential to some bigger autoflowering phenos, what start autoflowering later than "regular" autoflowers (by time or size, not by light cycle) or maybe when they got rootbound. Thats maybe right direction to develop autoflower crosses for outdoors. Of course there is need for lot of different plants for different situations.

But most important thing for me now is to get some bud stash for spring and summer
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Old 03-27-2010, 06:29 PM #32
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Old 04-02-2010, 06:26 PM #33
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30.3.2010: I just run out of bloom nutes (that one litre bottle was almost full when started to give it). Maybe I should buy some more, because these seems still to flower for some time.. I have GHE Ripen late bloom/finishing nutes, but maybe it is too early to give stuff like that(?), even that is not so stark stuff how I supposed it to be when bought it.

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Well..those are pretty amazing plants. I knew you got it, but for fuck sake man..
How dense are those buds? I`m asking because, in my opinion, biggest problem with Royal Dane is fluffiness of buds..
Looks bit early for Ripen to me...be carefull if you have to go to shop yourself.
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Old 04-02-2010, 11:44 PM #35
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Thanks for positive comments

I think buds are denser than what I have seen on Royal Dane outdoor pics, but still fluffy. calyxes lack mass inside, but I actually don't know what that mass is worth of.. Getting more price if sell bud, lol. It can be even better against fighting molds, if buds are a bit fluffy. I hope and believe that there is still more resin to come...

I'll buy some more bloom nutes or borrow from somewhere soon. I'm not too scared of civilian cops hanging near grow shops and suspend customers... That is really crazy how they have capability on that kind of operations. Like someone said, these have to be last emergency screams by official authorities before cannabis gets legalized, I hope so
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wow soo nice..and hugh buds....looks like rd perfom real good indoors
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Hi buddah,

I'm not sure if these are pure Royal Danes or crossed to Doubleruder, but at least they are very Royal Dane dominant. Seeds were messed up when collected. Anyways I hope I will see some autoflowering in next generations, but if not, thats not so big deal
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i pregrow RD last year indoor and some phenos were auto or showen heavy preflower very early....!!
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i pregrow RD last year indoor and some phenos were auto or showen heavy preflower very early....!!
As male was most likely full autoflower, it can give some autoflowering to next generation, even females can be pure Royal Danes, because like you and Siberian before said that Royal Dane can be categorized semi-autoflower itself.

And if male was cross, then should maybe be able to find some autoflower plants from third generation anyway, if not from second...

These females were not more semi-autoflower than starting slow preflowering about one month after planting.

But Royal Dane can just be also very dominant in cross. I have no experience with it before, but can think that strain what is bred for about 50 years and lately inbred for some time (by what I have read) can be much more dominant than than Doubleruder II, what is "bred" for four generations mostly looking for early autoflower for crossing purposes (I have looked other traits too and those have not looked too bad :P).

Someone could also think that early autoflower is like a sign of weakness of genetics, even that is not what I'm exactly thinking by myself, but in crossings that may have some point, or not.

Anyway, that project is just what I have going on today. I have much more other projects too..
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I have a very promising Sensi star male in someones cab..along with potential Kushberry and Nightshade females. So if you want, we can figure something out..for the future.
Looking forward how those beans in your current grow turns out..
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