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Cannabis - Breeding & Genetic Variance By LopinNSmokin

TheMadDabber

Member of the Month: Dec 2017 - Nug of the Month: June 2018
Love this lopin!!! Share all you have. @Derbybud you must be proud my friend!
 

InTheShed

Member of the Year: 2018 - Member of the Month: Jan 2018, Nov 2018 - Grow Journal of the Month: Aug 2018 - Plant of the Month: Oct 2018

Marzbadrock

Plant of the Month: Sept 2015 - Nug of the Month: Jan 2016, May 2018
Great presentation ! Under the breeding section you have "cubing" I'm unaware of this term, could you explain please?
 

Marzbadrock

Plant of the Month: Sept 2015 - Nug of the Month: Jan 2016, May 2018
Oh ok! Thankyou for that, I been breeding for awhile now n hadn't come across that term n had me wondering. I always called it backcrossing or stabilizing . But I've been known to forget things n use wrong terminology but I usually know what I mean lol
I really got interested with genetics after I started breeding plants. It's been a very long slow process to get done the minimal amount that I have. I decided to pull the trigger n I'm finally building a breeding room!
 

TheFertilizer

Well-Known Member
Oh ok! Thankyou for that, I been breeding for awhile now n hadn't come across that term n had me wondering. I always called it backcrossing or stabilizing . But I've been known to forget things n use wrong terminology but I usually know what I mean lol
I really got interested with genetics after I started breeding plants. It's been a very long slow process to get done the minimal amount that I have. I decided to pull the trigger n I'm finally building a breeding room!
Yeah I thought it was something fancy when I first heard of it too, but I guess it's just a short-hand for the third backcross. Beyond that it seems people just call it backcrossing. I'm not really sure if there's any advantage to only doing it three times though.
 

Akaffom

New Member
Oh ok! Thankyou for that, I been breeding for awhile now n hadn't come across that term n had me wondering. I always called it backcrossing or stabilizing . But I've been known to forget things n use wrong terminology but I usually know what I mean lol
I really got interested with genetics after I started breeding plants. It's been a very long slow process to get done the minimal amount that I have. I decided to pull the trigger n I'm finally building a breeding room!
Backcross is a bit different...
 

LopinNSmokin

Photo of the Month: Mar 2018
Thank you all for answering the question as they pop up! I have been trying to watch this but still in college so not much free time.
 
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