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Is the AutoFlowering Gene Dominant

OlderStoner

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I received a Strawberry-Blue seed as a freebie on one of my orders. I tossed it into some potting soil and it took. But at about two weeks it showed pistils so I assume this one had a strong auto-Flowering strain genetic makeup. I was curious as to whether or not this auto-Flowering characteristic is dominant. I have sprinkled some pollen from a non auto-flowering strain and was hoping for some nice seeds. The plant shows very close node spacing but it didn't grow very tall, only about 6-8 inches. I'd certainly like to pass on some of the plant's qualities but if the seeds it produces are just going to be more auto-flowering I'll give them away instead of wasting time with plants which yield so little for the effort.
 

OlderStoner

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From an old hippie who used to throw seeds away by the hundreds, I now have a deep passion for seeds and their genetics. There is soon coming a time in the USA when one can legally grow a few plants for oneself. And having seed stock is not as easy as it once was.

Peace...out!
 
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