Good evening, hope everyone is well medicated tonight. I'm wondering if anyone has tried these fast version fems? They are supposed to finish a couple weeks early but with same quality and good yield. Claim to be photos even though they have about 10% ruderalis. I assume you can clone them too.
I see the "fast versions" listed on breeders sites a lot, I kind of get the impression the Fast Versions are kind of half breed Autos, but I dont know. They do seem to be a step in the breeding process because they dont stay on the menu's long before the photoperiod V2's and the Autos show up.
ive seen those on diff sites too..i have 5 GDP fast versions i got free last order from North Atlantic Seeds and i have a couple others from Delicious Seeds as wll..havnt tried any yet tho but when i do i will do some CS projects and prolly cross some too..see what happens with em...
Can you buy ruderails? That’s the really small ones that look like all bud? And yes I know nothing about them 😳. Are they hard to grow? Talk to me people. Guess I need to get my cannabis Bible out and see what it says but can’t remember ever seeing any for sale or if I even want to try them 😪🤔
Thanks for the input y'all! I'd just like to try them and see what happens. We all know the sellers blow up their claims so they can sell their products but it looks interesting. I guess maybe buy 4 or 5 seeds and experiment.
What I'm thinking is a lot of people veg outside, greenhouse, or t5 lights, then flower under expensive lights. And yes, this is probably not a big factor for the individual homegrowers but more for the commercial folks.
I bet everyone on here hates all the genetic modifications they have done to our everyday produce, hell we got a couple of folks growing beautiful tomato's on here. So why do we want the that from our weed? Grow some autos, fill some jars then kick back and let weed grow at the rate that it wants too grow at. Of course I will be crying a river in 6 weeks when my outside plants are about to die from frostbite. Maine is a good place to grow berries, cows and lobster, weed, not so much.