The story was mentioned that obsoulie didn’t mention the breeder, but many seeds were tested for the virus. Tests including different tests on husk , shell, etc they drilled and scraped on em and come to the conclusion I believe it can be passed thru breeding, now they are trying or already testing to see if it passes in pollen, both make and female. Then it come out not from Soulie but that it was SJ.Who told you this???
I seen Tony trying to be relevant by dogging on tiki, lol. Tony just mad ain't no one lining up to buy more gg4 crosses.Now I read tiki has done the same thing. I’m glad I give all his testers and gear away. Is the virus that rampant?
If you don't want herms, don't run cookie hybrids. Comes with the territory. That's all cookies, cakes, pies, etc. They all have herm tendencies.hii
maybe today seed junky makes some good feminized seeds,but when it comes to gelato 33 seeds and wedding cake x gelato 33, there are a lot of herms.4th week of flowering.fatal
I remember people selling it for $ 1000
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Yeah cap junky stretch to hard for my little tent, i will have to bend her very hard.that bad, hermis deals,
many people take cuts and these do not generate the hermi balls but I understand your discomfort,
my LAKC something show one or another low ball but nothing serious.
More than that, what I don't like about JB's selection touch is the fucking stretch,
cap junky looks very strong, a monster,
but you need to have a lot of height indoors or do it outdoors direct.
Yeah I think the difference in opinion about herms in pheno hunts comes down to garden size and purpose. People with really small gardens, or those who only garden for personal smoke, don't care as much about herms. People with medium sized gardens, or those who garden for financial reasons, really hate getting herms. Of course then there's the 200-light guys who wouldn't really notice a herm in their flower rooms so big, their voice echoes in it lol.I do not know if it is so simple when the husband is pollinated with 30-40 plants, and he blew the dust for 3 weeks,there are bananas very hidden, you see them only when you tear the flower off the stem, lest the yellow color almost not be noticed
I will not remove everything, only those that dusty.I just want to say that it's not worth buying equipment for hundreds of dollars and looking at these marketing pics like all that and the same shit
ok later you can say#bagseeds
Yeah I think the difference in opinion about herms in pheno hunts comes down to garden size and purpose. People with really small gardens, or those who only garden for personal smoke, don't care as much about herms. People with medium sized gardens, or those who garden for financial reasons, really hate getting herms. Of course then there's the 200-light guys who wouldn't really notice a herm in their flower rooms so big, their voice echoes in it lol.
Pick the balls before they open. At 21 days.it is not true what you write that it is some periodic hermene, what balls open and dust.so far I have met only one breeder who on his sold seeds indicated that they are susceptible to hermene.more foolishness would be to leave the plants to keep dusting.
I picked these eggs for about 10 days until it started to open and dust, so there are two photos
The info about the herms is out there. I remember people saying they got herms from those packs, even just did a search in this thread & you can see people talk about herms with the fem cross WC x Gelato. A herm is a herm no matter the breeder & I would pick the balls off regardless but lIke I said only to get me to harvest. After that I run another clone just to make sure then if it still shows balls I cull the plant. I do my due diligence to make sure it wasn't fault that the plant hermed.I am in the phase of selecting my own mothers
I thought I found something that could be useful, I got these seeds on firestax in 2016, since then I have not seen any posts anywhere with g33 and wc x g33 August hermi that they pollinate the gardens
high moon, no herma, very stable genetics
people hang dogs on the inhouse with hermia as well as on exotics, but when you write about seed junky, herms are acceptable.
what problem to do sts and spray gelato clone 33
It is not fair that these seeds reach such a price when they are made as if some amateur did it using silver nitrate
earlier I sowed 3 seeds from a pack of g33 and it was ok, there were no herms, from what I noticed only one type of phena is a hemaphrodite
thanks for your understanding and patience.
With medium to large sized grows, the time and labor cost involved in either yourself or your employees scouting underneath the canopy for tiny pollen sacs between day 18 and 24 is costly and meticulous. For tent growers, or 4-light sized grows, it's more feasible. If you've got a medium or large sized commercial op and you don't mind taking the time or paying your employees to pick balls, that's cool man. My message wasn't directed at you. It was just a general observation.Not really. I grow for financial reasons and my garden is bigger than the guy who killed his plants.
No one likes getting herms, but usually what you're dealing with is a few balls on the lower parts of each plant. Pull them off. Your crop will be fine.
Or kill them I don't care. I just think it's foolish.
My point is, don't blame the breeder when you're the one who chose to buy genetics with known herm tendencies.