Genetic Selection Motive
Originally Posted by Chimera
This is the ultimate blend of BC elite citrus flavoured germplasm, Grapefruit x Sweet Skunk.
In order to explore the range of citrus scents possible from the species, we have crossed these two daytime favourites. The sweet skunk imparts a distinct lemon zest to anything it touches, and she's remarkably potent for such a clear and mind-expansive effect. This is not smack down, heavily myrcene cannabis of the OG/Cookies crowd. Her effects are cerebral and clear; she is ideal for distracting consumers from daily aches and pains, allowing them to go on with their days without feeling whipped and sedated. This is excellent socializing cannabis, a type that can be brought to a gathering and enjoyed by participants of all ages; she creates a vibrant and energetic headspace, well suited to focusing on a task and executing - be it garden chores, food preparation, or musical composition. Creativity just flows from this one naturally. This variety can be taken as early as after 9 weeks of flowering, but some plants extend up towards 70 days for full maturity and flower production to reach their resin potential. Individual plants have a range of citrus scents, encompassing grapefruit, lemon, and tangerine - truly the citrus cocktail of cannabis. These are respectable producers indoors and in greenhouses, and are possible in dryer climates with longer flowering seasons such as California, the Mediterranean, and and more equatorial climes. If you enjoy citrus flavoured cannabis, these are an absolute must for your stable.
Thread documenting the development of the PPK:
Seeds were stored in refrigerators humidity controlled drawer @ ~40°F within two ziplock freezer bags.
Sowed nine seeds October 30 @ 10:00 pm.
Rockwool saturated in 100 PPM FlorNova Bloom solution. 3 PPM R/O H2
Rockwool water temperature 80°F @ time of sowing therefore facilitating germination rate and emergence. pH not monitored, although I surmise pH ~5.8 due to R/O H2
0 and input of 100 PPM nutrient solution.
Tray containing the rockwool and 2" layer of saturated Turface (3 PPM R/O H2
0 @ 85°F) placed upon heat mat, thus raising humidity and temperature.
Radicle visible November 1 @ 8:30 am.
Saturated slightly moist rockwool cube w/ 82°F R/O H2
0 w/ a dash of Ascorbic acid (vitamin c) to acidify water.
Introduced 150W LED November 1 @ 10:00 am ~2ft height to ensure seedling immediate exposure to illumination (~200 umol).
Seedlings fully erect and cotelydons open November 2
Dome removed and seedlings exposed to 75°F, 50% RH ambient climate conditions November 4
Future Improvement: Sow seeds within Turface and seek appropriate nutritional germination supplement.
Originally Posted by spurr
I have found a hybrid system has preformed better than conventional or natural alone.
Originally Posted by ECtraveler
. The smaller CMH room has now outperformed (quality-wise) the climate controlled room all 3 times.