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blendmedmedman started grow question 3 years ago
so this is not a question in the sense, it is more of me trying to make up my mind on what auto I should spray, make a female pollen donor to a sensi super skunk female non auto, become an auto and I need your input as to what auto should I spray, tangiematic or sensi skunk auto:grinning:
super super skunk
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super super skunk blendmedmedman
Super Skunk
6 comments · 3 years ago
Week 2
Techniques. Defoliation
Wicked_Stix answered grow question 3 years ago
SpinnerCaribbean is right. It really doesn't matter which one you spray but you wont be able to smoke any branch you spray. They say its pretty toxic to smoke the silver. I tried to spray one of my gorilla glues recently but I started too early. I started as soon as she showed pistils and it didnt start flowering for another 4 or 5 weeks so the branch was worn out before it had a chance to change. Next time I am going to wait until its definitely in flower before I start. I will be trying it again soon though. Will be watching your progress!
korsito answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello friend, with the pollen from which strain you want to spray? with those 2 options that you have given I would go for the super skunk for its effects and dominance indicates, the tangie has dominance sativa personally prefer the indica, you must decide which effect you like more, indicates or sativa? the 2 have high amount of thc, the 2 are very good strains. happy growing:grin:
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
It will not really matters here. If you spray one you will pollenize the other one with the pollen , whatever the one you pollenize you will theoretically the same cross. Here what matters is the plant you are going to select to be sprayed with silver ( it must be the one with most of the characteristics you are searching for ) AND the one that will be polenised need to be selected thanks to the same process. The problem with auto is that you have to spray early so it's sometimes hard to select the better plant