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Breeding

Creating your own strains

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    • CannaKay
      Tnx mate, I only had 2 females so not alot to go from but indeed they are both keepers, that must count for something.   All my stunners and keepers come from the subbie section, there's alot to discover. I'm gonna crack some ssh x psychosister x honeybadger seeds the now,  an oldskool strain and 2 strains I've been eyeing up for a while all in one. 
    • Dr feelgood
      Dinafem auto white widow makes nice potent plants outdoors in the uk
    • Flamedodger
      Take a look at this piece of kit on kickstarter; https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/metriful/1154877208?ref=5esh12&token=1851a960
    • argosthewizard
      @Gsp1ce It's coming together mate!    Once your groom is up and running, will you be able to test new sensors etc without interrupting the processes you have in the background? I'm pretty sure that will be the case with the arduino and I dont really want to buy 2 (they're not that dear though in all honesty)