Landraces - Care and Feeding
So I searched and couldn't find anyone here that has spoken of landraces in the archive that I could find. Perhaps someone has it just didn't come up in search.
So what can anyone tell me about the care and feeding of a landrace cross. Seems I have aquired a Durban IBL x with several others, mostly interesested in his Blackwater cross. and of course I want to treat with the best so anyone have some dirt on these girls?😊
Soooo, you have a landrace Durban, crossed with unknowns?
If so, you no longer have a landrace, you have a hybrid. Crossing strains to get favorable traits from the parents.
Anywho, I'm not sure of the question. Depending on what it's crossed with, it sounds Sativa-ish. So, warmer temps, more light, less nutes, are generally in order for Sativas. But again, it depends on what it's crossed with.
IBL's and Landraces are still just marijuana plants. Grow them like you would any top shelf bud.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
so here are the crosses;
all crossed with Durban poison IBL
MAC - this one also of interest to grow This MAC mother has been around for awhile and comes from a old line
Then a White Widow and Big Bang from Greenhouse
originally wanted just the blackwater but he had a few others so for bit more a bargin was made
just want to glean a bit of info on these, how to coax out thier best. It will deffinately be a sativa fest0 0 0 0 0 0 0
I couldn't agree with RbtAsq any more ! He brings up some valid points concerning IBL/ landrace strains. It reminds me of White Widow being a hybrid of two strains, from two different regions, of two different countries. The pup on the left doesn't look too happy !!0 0 0 0 0 0 0
so I am thinking that I should treat them as sativa until they show strong characteristics either way? Light on nutes
how about acidity? do they prefer a more acidic or basic feed? i.e. would the plants prefer it 6.3 rather than say 5.8. I have never been sure on this and often mix it up but a long time ago I read it prefers different pH levels dependent on the stage of growth.
Some are more sensitive to this, others could care less - just Feed me Seymore0 0 0 0 0 0 0