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Old 07-13-2016, 04:14 AM #31
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You are right Vanilla Phoenix, it totally smells like blueberry syrup. Unreal!
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You are right Vanilla Phoenix, it totally smells like blueberry syrup. Unreal!
The Cannabis Cup winner BB in Amsterdam is also syrupy blue berry taste and chunky buds. I understand that it is DP's Bleuberry, not DJ Short's, but i'm not sure. Nice smoke anyways, had some few years ago.
Some DP's Blueberries hermie, but that's also how the strain is, so keep looking for nanners when you hit 6-7 weeks of flowering till harvest.
If it ends up growing few nanners, but it's possible she will stay clean, you can just pick the nanners out with tweezers as you find them, and most likely you can finnish the flowering with out seeded bud.


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Old 07-14-2016, 08:06 AM #33
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Thanks for the info goat cheese
I will definitely look out nanners . I hear it's pretty common for thai strains and might not have anything to do with the breeder really.
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Go easy with the nutes btw. BB can be a bit sensitive. Some times pushing the nute strenght on the edge of nute-burn for weeks can casue some sensitive plants to hermie
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Old 07-16-2016, 03:49 AM #35
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Thanks for the heads up, I'll watch out for tip burn and back off
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Thanks for the info goat cheese
I will definitely look out nanners . I hear it's pretty common for thai strains and might not have anything to do with the breeder really.


Umm Dj was a former employee of DP back in the 90s These are nothing but F2 gen of his work nothing else
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Umm Dj was a former employee of DP back in the 90s These are nothing but F2 gen of his work nothing else
I think DJ Short only sold DP some seeds back then and was not involved in the selection process when DP searched for parent-plants
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Hey goatcheese, i think your close, but they arent f2 if they are fem, even as regs, if they were f2 youd be seeing a lot more variation plant to plant with traits of the grandparents, so youd probably see some heavily leaning afgan plants and some heavily leaning LND plants. I never saw that kind of variation in DP BB, have you?
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Hey goatcheese, i think your close, but they arent f2 if they are fem, even as regs, if they were f2 youd be seeing a lot more variation plant to plant with traits of the grandparents, so youd probably see some heavily leaning afgan plants and some heavily leaning LND plants. I never saw that kind of variation in DP BB, have you?
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..yea who knows what F-generation DP's BB is nowadays. Do they even sell regular-BB seeds any more or is it all fems, can't remember.
Mine were reg-seeds.
I have only grown few DP's females, 3 or 4, of which one was the so called "stretch indica"-type, others were the shorter bushy type. Yea bred more to the Afghan-side than DJ Short's, thou i haven't grown his version.


Here's a pic of that"stretch indica"-type. Had a real blueberry aroma, skunky and little fruit in the background, not the surypy/sugary type like the cup winner-cut in Amsterdam. This was more potent also. ..few nanners in later bloom, thou. One of the others grew proper pollen sacks, not just few nanners.

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