Karma Genetics Sour A5 Haze - Testers

Bmac1

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I am back from my Europe trip (which was pretty great) and battling jetlag. Once I am caffeinated enough this morning, I will be wiping down the veg and flower tents again with a bleach mix to clean it up.


I will have this pack of the Sour A5 Haze germinating this evening. The cross is the A5 Haze x SD IBL bx1 IIRC. Karma, please feel free to correct me here.


I am really looking forward to this as I love sour and I love haze, what could go wrong with a cross like this? Well I hope to not see anything too long flowering, lol.


These will be germed in peat pellets as I believe these are fresh seeds. If they were older, I would maybe soak them a bit.


They will be grown organically with some teas and maybe EM1, under a 630w CMH in 5x5. I hope for at least 5-6 females but time will tell. I will flower these early as I do not want to be Tarzan swinging through the jungle in a few weeks.
 

Karma G

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Nice, good to hear you had a good trip Eu trip.

Its A5hz cut X SD bx2

Flower times of 13 to 16 weeks are expected.
 

Bmac1

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Here are a few pics from the day I posted. Been almost 48 hours in the dome and no signs of life yet.


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Bmac1

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Seeing some signs of life today. Got one about the break through and looking like a couple more on the way.
 

Bmac1

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We have 1 eager beaver reaching for the light and one more about to break through. Hoping for more action over the next day or so.


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nickman

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You always germ all your seeds Like that?

How long does it usually take?

Have you ever germinated the seeds in wet paper towels?


I hope they gets ta poppin for ya !!!
 

Bmac1

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I've used the peat pellets since I started growing. Sometimes I soak the beans first and sometimes just straight into the pellets. Always works well but my impatience grows faster than the seedlings usually do, lol.


Generally takes 3-4 days with some being earlier and some late stragglers. This first one popped out and is taking off and I now see 2 others about to break through. Hopefully by the morning there should be more action. Most likely, if something hasn't come up in a week, it's not going to.
 
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bench warmer

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Still excited about that one seedling, considering the genetics involved. :good:
 

Bmac1

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9 of 12 are in solo cups now. Still 2 pellets that may break out. They will have to the end of the day. 9 will give me a good shot at 4-6 females hopefully. I need to pick up some new pots but I am thinking these will be transplanted into 3 gallon fabric pots and flipped within the next 2-3 weeks.
 

Karma G

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Thick skin these seeds, start a litle slower. Gone be fun to see you run these. They wont need much veg to become nice sized plants indoor.
 

Bmac1

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Thanks for stopping by Karma. I am excited for this run too. They will root these solo cups and then go into 3 goals and flipped pretty much right away. Then I will just discard males as they show themselves.
 
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