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Old 07-12-2008, 04:36 PM
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Actually an autoflowering plant would be appreciated, as I see it from my viewpoint.
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Old 07-14-2008, 10:26 AM
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when you mixed in the other strain into the low rider did it totaly eliminate the autoflowering
Not totally. The autoflowering traits are still in the genetic line.

Because the father was a non autoflowering plant then we can expect only about 3% of this population to actually autoflower. If we had started with an autoflowering father then ratio would be in the region of 30%.

Ideally what we need is an autoflowering male from this population....

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the strain sounds awsome i hope you find that auto flower male so you can continue your breeding project cant wait to see some bud porn
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I have one specimen here that is coming along nicely after a rough start. I selected one from six seedlings due to space and to get the most vigorous specimen. Maybe it's male, but I doubt it's autoflowering, because it would be time for preflowers right now, but I don't give up hope.
Picture soon. I have repotted not long ago and the plant is catching up and bulking up nicely so far.
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I selected one from six seedlings due to space and to get the most vigorous specimen
Argh! You just reduced our chances of finding an AF specimen!!!

hehe! I understand totally about the space issues man. Im just messing.

I have collected pollen from the two males in the hope that some inbreeding will bring the autoflowering genes forward. I will pollinate the lower branches of each plant in about 2 weeks.

I really hope you have picked an AF male

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~70 seeds in total and 3% chance for AF => ~ 2 AF specimens. I don't think that really matters, if the plants finish quick without af.
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How long does the Ogerkush take to finish?
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How long does the Ogerkush take to finish?
It's said that you could harvest at 6 weeks already. Imhe, you should let her go at least a bit longer than 7 weeks and the high is then very racy. The better the longer in that case and I'm usually not that retentive. I once let the oger almost 12 weeks and it was superior in any way.
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LR2 is about 6 weeks so I guess I'll start checking the trics in 4-5 weeks time then. Would be nice if they finish so quick Stash is rather low :P

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Yeah same here, I'd appreciate if the nig #3 would hurry up a bit.
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