Hey Loudog420, just wanted to stop in and let you know I requested and just recently got your freebies with my lastest order . Very happy bout that, thanks for making these and sending them in. I'll probably hold on to them til I run my So Sour strain thats closely related to yours (Sour D IBL x Sour B Bx2/3). Finally got a Casey J hybrid, next step is to get some CJ and look for a purple beauty like you got . Thank You again for sending these in and take care 1
Hey LouDog... some gorgeous CJ photos in this thread.
Just wanted to pop in and say I've got a couple packs of your CJ X SB freebies with my last couple of seedbay orders. I dropped 10 seeds in water to soak overnight, then into a coco blend planting mix and all ten broke above soil within 72 hours. Very healthy seeds.
I'll be taking cuttings from all resulting females to give away to folks who are OMMP compliant and planning to give it a go outdoors this season. Hoping the addition of Sour Bubble shortens the flowering time enough so we can all harvest our LouDog420 Casey hybrids before the rains start in mid October.
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Very healthy seeds indeed! Between a couple grow bros, we just went 30/30 germ and sprout over here too
Glad to hear you are spreading the ladies, and hope you find something that works for your climate.
That was definitely the goal of the project
- Shorten casey's flowering time
- Increase sour bubble's growth rate
- Decrease sour bubble's mold harboring abilities by loosening up those buds a bit (Anything with mold on it was separated out and ditched, not included with any of the packs )
- Both provide a killer high, nice smells, and great bag appeal, so I figure that winner is in there as long as you do a little searching!!
I'll get some shots of mine in a week or two when they've grown up a bit more
A little early to tell any differences, especially considering they are largely untested and a couple generations deep with medium sized populations, and not F1 hybrids.
Now is about the time where the casey influence should kick in, and you'll see the sour bubble influenced ones starting to lag behind in terms of growth. Also look for sour bub to have some thick stems while the casey tends to be a bit more on the floppy side. But I expect a lot of these traits to be mixed together, so who's to say...
Honestly though, I'm not really sure what's going to pop out of these, but I have a feeling it will like the outdoors and should be sticky icky
Finally, made it over to my bro's place... We got some CJ/SB IX1 seeders getting ready for the great outdoors
Culled 1 slow starter...
I have plans to cross all the good looking girls to some studs I hopefully come across in esbe's gear (Hybrids from hell...) as I will have the ladies coming my way in cut form when they get a little bigger and sexed... Time to expand that outdoor seed collection
Got some Deep Grape (deep chunk/arne x reeferman's grape) and Arne's Snowdog (Snowdog BX1 x amnesia haze/arne) going at my place... My males will be saved
CJ/SB IX1 x Deep Grape
CJ/SB IX1 x Arne's Snowdog
Deep Grape F2s
Arne's Snowdog F2s
Deep Grape x Arne's Snowdog
Arne's Snowdog x Deep Grape
Still have 80+ packs of CJ/SB IX1 if there is still interest... I think the bay is all out of those freebies
Hey LouDog420, that whats up. Gonna set up plots like last time? I'm sure people wouldn't mind you sending in some more packs . My next round of plants is getting ready to be started and i'll probably bust out a few of you freebies this go round, I can't wait to try em out and taste some Casey/Sour B . Take care 1
Hey LouDog420, 6 in 1 gal bags, interesting so i'm guessing that when you put them in the plot that they will be 6 per hole multiple holes per plot? Basically you won't be seperating the groups of 6 when transplant out of the growbags? I didn't know that they were that close to each other, now i'm trying to imagine the plot (must look like a jungle once flower sets in) but you were telling me how the plants helped to support each other so i'm starting to get a better grasp on it on now. Hopefully this year you get all your plots in. Take care 1