i think foxtail strukture is not a genetic at all i see to many crosess with bud like foxtail , but never see a OG cross with foxtails that is strange for me what is the reason????
mazar.....was rereading this and I saw this post. I have seen OG crosses foxtail. I was helping OrgnKid take down a harvest a few years back and his Banana OG had foxtailed HARD. He felt it was Overdrive. Also my JediKush#4 (SFV OGxDeathstar) foxtailed when I used H16's Fire on it. I have run this pheno for over a year with no foxtailing, but when I changed the nute schedule a lil bit....BAM.
You know nothing of my tastes or experience. Who's preference should I state if not mine? No where did I say I don't like sativas or that fox tailed bud is no good. This thread is about trying to induce it not a natural expression of a plant. Making a plant fox tail with heat stress or over using bloom inhancers won't manically make it better on any level. If you prefer the look of airy fox tailed buds that's fine, visually it's not what I'm looking for. I have read a few of your threads and to be honest I'm glad you and others work with sativas. I like to grow indicas, sativas, and hybrids. I have a few original haze seeds that I started 4 days ago and while I don't expect rock hard dense buds off of them I won't be trying to force them to fox tail any more then they will in the best environment I can provide for them and can see no benefit to doing so. This is closer to a rant then the single sentence I previously posted.To suggest that foxtailing is an undesirable expression
is nothing more than preferential opinion. Whether genetically
or environmentally induced, it is a natural response of the plant
Beautiful landrace sativas are just that, there's a reason why
Africans, Asians, and Colombia's are some of the most desired strains
In the world
To equate bag appeal or weight to desirability of a static
Basically validates the rantings of inexperience and commercial
And at the risk of sounding preferential, hard bugs. Are great but they are no match on any level