Getting ready to get ready for this years outdoor.
The backbone of my guerilla will be a couple of Danish strains that haven't seen much in terms of fame abroad yet:
Freja from Sagaseeds - not a very early strain but rather something that will finish around late september/early october. A real hash strain because it's very resinous and potent while the buds are not so pretty. Very tasty hash with a sweet caramel edge.
I've got one mother growing that will soon be big enough to yield a good bunch of clones - and I also have a few seeds left for a seedrun if I get the time. Since I think quite a few people have Freja it's probably not an endangered strain (Although it might become so pretty fast if noone is breeding it - I think someone else might be).
Cafeparadis - original and also cfp guerilla from 2005 or 2006. It has been bred by a Danish breeder over many years, with a lot of different landraces in the mix. This should hopefully be a pretty early strain that grows some nice nuggets. I'll be doing a little pollen chucking there and also taking clones to keep as mothers. I've seen very promising pics of these genes. Just started 24 seeds - 14 original and 10 guerilla.
I'll appreciate a lot of variation in this one, as long as most plants finish in September - hopefully with no plants going past mid october. If the range is later than that then they have to be damn good to make the mark
Seeds will be made available if the original breeder accepts it.
The large Finnish autoflower Pehkuruder is planned as an experiment - if I can get a harvest from her in very early August then it's gonna be great, even though it isn't suppposed to be very potent. Right now I'm starting some plants indoor to make seeds. With a little luck those seeds should be done around end of May. Check out Arcticsun's growthreads and albums.
Pkr will also be crossed to DSD to start an auto project.
Nuggit (Phil's Erdpurt * E-rocket/DP) might be grown this year - I really really loved the relatively early potent phenos that grew bud just like indoor but I hated the fact that 1/4 - 1/2 of the females were showing male flowers on the stem. If I grow them again then I'll try and make some outdoor seeds this time. Just not sure how hard it will be to breed out the intersex trait - but there is a lot of potential in these genes.
Other strains that might make a guest appearance this year of I buy some seeds: