Cannafornia Cookie testers needed....

Cannafornia Cookie testers needed....

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DamnUglyDogE

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Cannafornia seeds can now be tweeted using-
@CannaforniaS

if someone where to have such a desire...

I also face a facebook page up,though there's not much there
at this point.. lol

:smoke out:




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DamnUglyDogE

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Here's a little twisting and bending Cannafornia Style...lol

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BATF (F) Outdoor...more

BATF (F) Outdoor...more

This is all headstash. Should I look at it as fluffy bud is better than no bud and see how it goes? Top and maybe try to clone it and flower that way? Never cloned, but willing to give it a shot. Open to a simple method/ lesson. I used the fem seeds to guarentee at least some buds.

Thanks for the tip with the pliers/ rag. The BATF is hollow. That played into my shitty FIM job. Is the GSTF as well? I will need to do something to two of them. I like your trailing plant. Might try something similar.

When I said stealth, I was thinking more overall size. I am not looking for a Cali monster. Now you have me nervous about the smell. I already see myself bringing the girls home after the chop with a smell trail behind my vehicle...like fresh baked cookies coming from the kitchen. I will have to figure something out with that. Maybe a load of manure to throw off the hounds.

Next time out I will take some GSTF shots and figure out a desciption for the smells. Not real good with that, but will take some suggestions of what I should look for.

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DamnUglyDogE

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This is all headstash. Should I look at it as fluffy bud is better than no bud and see how it goes? Top and maybe try to clone it and flower that way? Never cloned, but willing to give it a shot. Open to a simple method/ lesson. I used the fem seeds to guarentee at least some buds.

Looking closer at the picture of #2 I see it's broke way down low...
That's a tuff call...
I dont know enough about outdoor cloning to suggest that
approach but others might chime in...

For me...
I would try to fix her...

Take a clean razor and shave just a little of the break line(scar) open.... Then put her standing back up... Make sure the zone is clean and tape it up and use 4 little sticks taped around the stem to support the break spot... I bet in 2 weeks she would have a nice knuckle and actually be better off for the experience...
Cut the tape off once healed...
After she heals then top her with a couple weeks to veg.

But that's me...lol

Could just support it and see how she flys...
If going this rought...
Make sure to cover the break with something...
Dont want easy access to the inside of her...Doh... :biggrin:



Thanks for the tip with the pliers/ rag. The BATF is hollow. That played into my shitty FIM job. Is the GSTF as well? I will need to do something to two of them. I like your trailing plant. Might try something similar.

I use 3 pinches because most my flavors have hallow stem...
Including GSTF and it's the middle pinch that i do the hardest/deepest and then flexes as much
as I want but will definitely need support after...

You can use fallen branches to shape a canopy 2'-3' foot off the ground... Stick the branch in the ground and tie the plant down
on it,like an anchor... Lol... Im a wanna be outdoor guy...

When I said stealth, I was thinking more overall size. I am not looking for a Cali monster. Now you have me nervous about the smell. I already see myself bringing the girls home after the chop with a smell trail behind my vehicle...like fresh baked cookies coming from the kitchen. I will have to figure something out with that. Maybe a load of manure to throw off the hounds.

Next time out I will take some GSTF shots and figure out a desciption for the smells. Not real good with that, but will take some suggestions of what I should look for.

BgC

Well what can I say.. ops... :biggrin:

GSTF wants to be a big girl and GSC was no slacker either
(in my pools at least) I would suggest keeping them short
till stretch kicks in if height will be a issue...
As for smells... Another ops...
I was shooting for stanky ladies..
Im sure there are tricks but I have no idea how you hide
pounds of weed smell...:biggrin:


The notes I found indoors:

Smells throughout veg and flowering were on par with typical
cookie crosses yet with a slight cider/tobacco twist...
Pleasant aromas abound...


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DamnUglyDogE

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Doing a little testing of seeds...

So far so good...
Day 3 and seeing around 40 of 72 ...

Here's a break down of what's being used:

12 GSTF-13
12 LTF-13B
12 GSF-13
12 F-13 F7
6 SBH
6 SDF-13.
6 GSC S2
6 LTFB X GSC. (Feminized LTFB)

I used the coco/CC/perlite mix from 2 years ago.
I call it "Dirty Turface"
I find pure TF a bitch to keep moist...
Coco just make like easier ya know. ..

No soak and nothing special done.
Just soaked the Dirty TF and let it sit a few hours then added seeds.

I was going to just toss them in the pool,
let them do their magic but who does that! ...:biggrin:




Having popped a few here and there id call this the official test..
Kills me not to have space for these... Man this would be a fun grow...

Going to toss a couple out back and just see what happens.
I've been on the attack and the ladies out already look good
so I think there's a good chance to pull a little something off...

It's come Mid-late flowering that's going to get me in trouble...
But I got nothing staying inside except the GG mom which
needs to come out of the pool so I can take the tent
down and get the last pool packed up...
They are just so damn easy though,anything else will
require more attention than 5 minutes a week...






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DamnUglyDogE

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Sometimes I like to think outside the box.

The ladies are starting to flower outback so the 2 males need to go.

I sprayed him-let dry, then cut and sprayed again.

Hanging in the closet now....






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GSTF Outdoor

GSTF Outdoor

1 and 2 were topped a while back and look very similar. 1 on the right and 2 on the left in the photo. Number one was FIMd and looks to have recovered well. 2 doesnt really smell and 1 is sweet fuel.


#1 #2

3 is about 2 feet tall, half the size of of the others. Sweet smell and some purple on the stems. Should I be excited about this one? Looks to have some split at the base. (If you zoom you can see it.) Suggestions to repair are welcome.



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These are looking nice. Vigorous growth, lots of leaves. #1 is looking good. I did split the stem about two weeks ago. One side looks better than the other. I did a little pinch and bend on the good side after the photo. The stems are getting nice and strong. Lots of branching.



I have not done anything to repair #2. Thanks for the suggestions Dawg, but I am afraid to mess it up. It is looking green and healthy so I just plan to leave it. What should I put in/ cover the hollow stem opening to prevent bugs?



#3 is short a bushy. Topped it and new growth is looking good.



I am not good with the smells. I honestly gave it a shot, but once I went through the garden I had trouble remembering which is which. Mostly fuel with a sweet background.

Any idea on phenos? Care?

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DamnUglyDogE

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This might just work. .

They are not as brown as these pictures look.
The leaves are flexible and can be flattened ..








I've bought many a lady a 24k Gold dips real red rose, over the
years and it go me thinking about this. .




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well it was worth a shot...




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Hers one of ur girls now,, peace b.a.t.f week 9
Wow looking good. acrid. Lovely pheno.

Hope all is well with you dude and the lady dog.
good luck with the new ones.

The G13 X Blueberry had to be from before 2004. Here is what the stacking pheno looked like. Was from a breeder in Toronto Canada with both parents. Don't remember who but was a very limited release and hard to get. Made a special trip just for them.
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DamnUglyDogE

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1 and 2 were topped a while back and look very similar. 1 on the right and 2 on the left in the photo. Number one was FIMd and looks to have recovered well. 2 doesnt really smell and 1 is sweet fuel.

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#1 #2

3 is about 2 feet tall, half the size of of the others. Sweet smell and some purple on the stems. Should I be excited about this one? Looks to have some split at the base. (If you zoom you can see it.) Suggestions to repair are welcome.

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So far the plants with purple showing have been the cream of the crop... Id look to that one for something special...

With the split like that on a main stem I find they heal themselves fairly well... Should scab up on it own...

Digging the smell report... Sweet fuel is a good start... :woohoo:



These are looking nice. Vigorous growth, lots of leaves. #1 is looking good. I did split the stem about two weeks ago. One side looks better than the other. I did a little pinch and bend on the good side after the photo. The stems are getting nice and strong. Lots of branching.

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I have not done anything to repair #2. Thanks for the suggestions Dawg, but I am afraid to mess it up. It is looking green and healthy so I just plan to leave it. What should I put in/ cover the hollow stem opening to prevent bugs?

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#3 is short a bushy. Topped it and new growth is looking good.

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I am not good with the smells. I honestly gave it a shot, but once I went through the garden I had trouble remembering which is which. Mostly fuel with a sweet background.

Any idea on phenos? Care?

BgC


Good call on the #2... Just make sure she has support
of the weight coming her way.. lol If the hollow stem does not close and scab up on it's own I would only put something like plastic to cover it... Just make sure whatever(if anything) used does not hold water and she'll be fine...

I imagine she'll figure it out on her own...
Plants are good like that.... haha...

Still hard to tell the phenotype's till they start
to flower out a little...
I'll be stoked to see yours come alive...


Looking great BgC...K+

Green vibes and good times....

D.U.D.E>..:ying:
 

DamnUglyDogE

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Wow looking good. acrid. Lovely pheno.

Hope all is well with you dude and the lady dog.
good luck with the new ones.

The G13 X Blueberry had to be from before 2004. Here is what the stacking pheno looked like. Was from a breeder in Toronto Canada with both parents. Don't remember who but was a very limited release and hard to get. Made a special trip just for them.
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Thanks for sharing pepe, Great incite...
Looks very familiar to what I've seen in a
couple crosses/common pheno expression...

Excellent looking smoke, BTW...:respect:

I sure do like me a good hunt...:dance013:
 

DamnUglyDogE

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Hope everyone had a safe and insane 4th...
Ours was beautiful...


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Looking to place some seedlings of
LTF13B/GSTF-13/GSC s2 --clone-of-GG#4

I have nice little space cleared out and prepared...


I took my
1st years soil mix(sitting idle for almost 2 years)
Mixed it with my 2nd seasons Coco/perlite/TF(sitting a year)
Placed it on a mixture of leaves/coffee/compost stuff I've been
Kinda playing with...lol. Nothing serous going on here.
Just playing around... I've sprayed for bug's yet wouldn't pretend
to have won any wars..

All and all there's 4" of compost under 6" Soil/coco/TF/perlite.
Full of long fat earthworms ... Good sign...


I have good water coverage,now...




Taken as another good sign







Time to go play in the dirt...




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