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03-16-2006, 09:45 PM
I just dropped some Ghaze F2's that were made by a friend today. I have grown out the other half of the package of seeds that were sent to me and they turned out AWESOME!! They were grown outside in a greenhouse, in organic soil Sadly I wasn't able to take any cuttings from them. This time round they will be done in an ebb n' flow system. I have high hopes for this one in hydro. I will document their progress with pics when there is something to document:)... If anyone else has these going or anything to add feel free to chime in:)...
03-22-2006, 11:25 PM
I've I've growing Haze with some others to make clones, seeds and crosses.
I'm also in the process of trying to get some g13 genetics specifically to make crosses such as this one. But, I think my breeding plan would be to use a backcrossed Indica Haze male (Indica Y, Haze X) to cross into the g13 and select for shorter stature, since The Haze is notorious for adding hight in hybrids.
Yours might be the back cross version, otherwise you might get a 1/4 with Haze high, a 1/2 with Ghaze high and a 1/4 with g13 high distribution type of distribution in the genetic ratios of your F2's.
What's the smoke like? I hear that most g13 hybrids are allot smoother than the blast of g13.
Can you give me any idea as to stretching in Ghaze vs. g13?
Is there the typical 1 in 4 variation for Sativa Indica hybrid F2's?
I really look forward to a Ghaze grow report if you are going to do one! :D
I think that would be great.
I think the only reason that Ghaze isn't getting allot more attention, is the phenetic similarity that might make some uncomfortable or that others might consider it a Politically Incorrect source of mockerry. I can't help but think that it would be getting allot more accaime if it were called Ghazer, Hazy-G or something.
I'd definitely like to know more about this one! :D
03-30-2006, 09:14 PM
Well it turns out that the place where I store my seeds may have gotten a little damp causing the germination rate to drop... 2 out of 5 seeds sprouted and are happily spreading their little roots throught the rockwool starter cubes and into the hydroton...
As for your questions regarding the genetic makeup of these I couldn't tell you EXACTLY what the origional Dutchflower Ghaze was comprised of but I believed that they backcrossed a Haze x G13 to the ABG13... I'm not 100% on that so don't quote me on it by any means. All that I know is that the generous fellow that gave me these F2's selected slightly more sativa dominant parents, and I can tell you, he did a great job with that! I just wish I could have a larger selection group to choose from, but alas I guess I'll just have to wait and see what becomes of these:)...
03-30-2006, 09:22 PM
Sorry, I missed half of your questions... The smoke, high and appearance from the last round varied slightly from plant to plant... Most of them had decent crystal coverage, a few were nice and frosty, some had more stretch than others, but for the most part they carried two phenotype variances. The smoke from my favorite was pretty expando on the lungs, smelled like sweet cereal or something... I remember someone describing the aroma as being exactly like trix cereal... I think that was pretty bang on... The high was that of being pummelled by a brick over the head:)... Pretty heady leading into a nice body stone...
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