Got my casey keeper running indoors again at 14 days since the flip today. This stretchy little bitch is going to need some major ties this round. Running some blumats and she is sitting right under the 400w hps loving every minute of it. She's gonna get fat!
pic from 12 days... A little fan leaf twist can be seen on the left, which i believe comes from the sour diesel v.3
In other news, I popped a bunch of beans for this years outdoor season and threw them all at one plot to pollinate themselves. No watering, just amended soil, slow release ferts, and water crystals. We will let nature decide who breeds with who.
The orgy participants...
casey jones f2s (open pollination - 9 females and 4 males)
sour bubble f2s (open pollination - 3 females and 4 males)
sour bubble x casey jones (males and females of both)
I'm hoping to find some beans that are suitable to my outdoor environment after a few generations of breeding these outdoors. I plan on starting selections next year after the gene pools are mixed a bit, as well as bringing in more of the f2s and hybrid CJxSB as needed.
Wish I still had pics of all my parents, but unfortunately they were erased by the powers that be and cannot be recovered. It was all well documented, but we will start it up again!
Goals of this project are....
- Increase the vigor and rate of growth of sour bubble. Veg growth can be unbearably slow at times.
- Add CJ's airy bud structure to the dense SB buds to avoid mold and fungal issues
- Shorten the flowering time of the CJ slightly to better fit my outdoor environment.
- Create a nice hybrid stone with both sedative and h3ad/energetic effects!