Hi farm, I just harvested my crop and they’re drying. Now i can see that one of the blueberries is a very tasty, fragrant plant with beautiful flowers. And one of the paks smells literally like pineapples. Fresh, juicy pineapples which i love. I have also been keeping my dinachem and northern lights mothers. Also other blueberry that made it without any hermies smells just amazing. Gets me light-headed i’ll say. Flower formation is not very good on that but the smell needs to be saved somehow imo. So i decided to chuck some pollen. I’m planning on using a blueberry as a pollen donor and pollinate 2 different blueberry genos i have, 1 dinachem, 1 northern lights and 1 purple afghan kush that smells purely pineapple. So, if everything goes well, the resulting offspring will be; -blueberry #3 x blueberry #3 -blueberry #3 x blueberry #2 -blueberry #3 x dinachem -blueberry #3 x northern lights -blueberry #3 x purple afghan kush #1 Now this is by no means a true breeding project which stems from scientific data or detailed calculations. This is just a pollen chucking experiment to try to get a grasp on breeding process. There are definitely some aspects with each plant that i want to see in the offspring. These are the characteristics that impressed me most about each cultivar. So i’m hoping for a mix of these genetics in the offspring, at least in some; Blueberry #3 : flower morphology, trichome color, anthocyanin characteristics, terpene profile Dinachem : flower morphology, terpene profile, yield Blueberry #2 : terpene profile Purple afghan kush #1 : anthocyanin production, terpene profile, trichome formation Northern lights : terpene profile, flower morphology Now, this experiment has its difficulties on the way. First of all, the pollen donor i’m applying cs is a pretty little plant, so i’m not sure how well its gonna take the cs treatment. Secondly, the blueberry #3 seed mother is still reveging along with blueberry #2 and i’m not sure if they’ll keep reveging or go back to flower. Never tried this kind of practise before. Finally, due to space limitations they’re going to be in little pots. And i mean little. Like 1 litre or close and if the root problems appear i can uppot to 2 litre in the coming weeks. They just got transplanted and blueberry #3 sprayed with cs. It’ll be daily spray until i see signs of pollen sacks. Any advice along the way is appreciated. Well anyway, here it goes.