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  1. 6

    From the album PFNC Tent

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  2. Groupshot, Day 16.

    From the album PFNC Tent

  3. Groupshot.jpg

    From the album PFNC Tent

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  4. Nursery

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    Cuts rooted between days 11 and 14 from being taken.
  5. Group

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    Day 14 of Flowering period.

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  6. Groupshot

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  7. Seedlings

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  8. Lings2

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  9. Lings

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  10. PFNCVegArea

    From the album PFNC Tent

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  11. As my last bunch of grows (including my current effort) have been pretty abysmal I thought it wise to think again and start over with a new regime and some new seeds. Raiding the deep dark corners of my fridge I dragged out the PFNC security free box of cannabis seeds to investigate the possibilities. After much tweaking of my beard, scratching of my testicular pouch plus left posterior fat repository, I finally let rip with a mighty fart and decided I should select three seeds of three different varieties yet all from the one breeder. Sort of a Holy Trinity? Maybe not. But here's the menu for 2016 here at PFNC Headquarters: UGORG "IBL" ×3 UGORG "Killer Skunk" x3 UGORG "#1" x3 The strategy: The nine seeds were planted into small pots of compost. I have changed from my usual Plant Magic "Soil Supreme" to a mix called "Moorland Gold", which is an 'organic' compost containing reclaimed peat ~ peat filtered from the streams that flow out of the peat rich moors and tops (so no environmentally destructive cutting). I'll be using this Moorland Gold (MG) for every stage of the grow, from seed to sensi. After 48 hours all nine seeds had hatched and broken surface with healthy green first leaves. Once rooted thoroughly through the small pots they will be potted up by incremental stages till the gender is evident. Then three females will be selected to be potted up into final flowering pots with a capacity of 11 litres each. The other plants wii be kept back for later use either for flowering or, if male, pollen collection. For nutrients I am also switching. I have not yet finally decided what I will be switching to, but the favourite just now is an organic tomato feed (used at around quarter the recommended dose since tomatoes ~ I am told ~ have roughly four times the requirements of Cannabis). But I am still looking at all the options. So, as Holmes would say, "The game is afoot......". Feel free to join me in this venture into the (to me, at least) unknown world of fewer plants in bigger pots. All comments welcome, be they pearls of horticultural wisdom, or laughter generating cracks! Sing us a song, dance a jig, or share your knowledge ....... This is a stoner diary, for stoners by a stoner. So let's get high, and let's grow some proper good dope. UGORG ~ Future Cannabis, Today!
  12. IBL & #1

    From the album PFNC Tent

    © Arnold Layne

  13. Group shot, day 14

    From the album PFNC Tent

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  14. Group Shot

    From the album PFNC Tent

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  15. Group Shot

    From the album PFNC Tent

    © Arnold Layne ~ UK420.com

  16. Cuts @ 8 days

    From the album PFNC Tent

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  17. Front

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  18. Left

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  19. Right

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  20. IBL.jpg

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  21. Group.jpg

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    © Arnold Layne

  22. IBL

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  23. UGORGroup

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  24. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A doubled haploid (DH) is a genotype formed when haploid cells undergo chromosome doubling. Artificial production of doubled haploids is important in plant breeding. Haploid cells are produced from pollen or egg cells or from other cells of the gametophyte, then by induced or spontaneous chromosome doubling, a doubled haploid cell is produced, which can be grown into a doubled haploid plant. If the original plant was diploid, the haploid cells are monoploid, and the term doubled monoploid may be used for the doubled haploids. Haploid organisms derived from tetraploids or hexaploids are sometimes called dihaploids (and the doubled dihaploids are, respectively, tetraploid or hexaploid). Conventional inbreeding procedures take six generations to achieve approximately complete homozygosity, whereas doubled haploidy achieves it in one generation.[1] Dihaploid plants derived from tetraploid crop plants may be important for breeding programs that involve diploid wild relatives of the crops using this thread as a starting point . http://www.uk420.com/boards/index.php?showtopic=348083&p=4011846 and these ratios 20g/l sugar 7g/l agar 2mg/l BAP 0.1mg/l TDZ 0.025mg/l IBA it is possible to raise haploids , if a male haploid is doubled it will become a super male and all off spring will be male , to eliminate this problem this protocol is used http://www.uk420.com/boards/index.php?showtopic=338117&p=4166379 all females will be true breeding in one generation , certain pre-treatments are showing to have increased success , namely cold treatment of flower buds before they are excised , flowers should be just formed and well before they are open , and the whole plant placed in the fridge for 72 hours at 4 degrees then the flowers removed and placed in the agar , normal lighting hours should be observed as darkened conditions do not seem to increase regeneration , unlike in gynogenisis . i have taken many years to get here and i have made the choice to share this powerful technology with you , already i see companies popping up to bring the masses my protocols in bottle form for profit . likewise there will be seed companies that will use this protocol to just churn out ibl of elite clones . to those companies and individuals i ask only this . please please choose your stock well and think how you can benefit not just your pockets and the community but mankind and mother earth . Make them strong , pest and disease free and then worry about hybrid vigour and profit if your have elite clones of high CBD content then please get them out there make them free with every pack of reg. seeds , if the technology confuses you then please just ask , i am here to help . This is nearly the last protocol i have been working on , the last one is not far off now and it will blow you away , they say it can not be done , well im on the case so it will be done . one love swamps
  25. cheese ibl 2

    From the album random pics

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