.....and so it was written. Beans from a small boutique Canadian breeder in Ontario have left the building. Hope you homies from the North know how to throw down I have a good friend who has run their genetics for many years so I'm pretty confident in them.
I feel like a kid in a candy store. I've gone from knowing what I was doing in my 2nd tent for weeks to changing my mind 5-10 times. Now I wholeheartedly feel I am going in the right direction, even if I am actually wrong and reeally frikkin far off anwho the plan seems like it could work in my head but considering how cloudy that is most of the time, this could easily spiral way out of hand.
Pretty much ALL logistics aside, here is the plan. Attempt to duel-wield 2 4x4 tents with back to back to back grows, all while cherry-pickin clones in some sort of make-shift mini pheno hunt. In theory I can see eventually having 3 clones, 1 of each strain, and I just keep them in veg while other tent flowers new strains. Then if want to run any of those 3 7East strains again, I already know what I am going to get.
I've never ran regular beans but it can't be rocket science no? Whelp I am either going to figure it out or pollinate my entire neighborhood all the while I will have at least a clone or 2 from each of girls in my flower tent. They may not all make it but I am pretty sure the Mimosa x Orange Punch I am going to want to hang on to for a longer haul.
"Alright guys, I'm not gonna lie to you. This is gonna get kinda weird... Two dragons." ~ Starsky and Hutch -> HERE
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