This is a peek at where the males are. The black afghani in back is praying hard . The afghani plant in front of it is also a beauty (Cherry Queen). One of these is a black afghani female that I need to swap back over to the fem tent.
The blue hemp lebs are really shooting off. Those are by far the tallest in the tent. Larger internodes than the black lebs. First supercrop on those today. They're a little thirsty (which is why the bigger ones are drooping a bit), but I gave them a TM-7 foliar (probably the last one) to hold them over until I start daily feeds in the morning.
The second picture is all of the males. Well one of the Black Afghanis is also a female that I misjudged. I'm going to have to cull some female plants soon. I think the LA Confidentials are going to be the first to go, and at least 1 of the blue hemp lebs. I need to make some decisions and get my Female tent down to 8. I'm thinking 2 each of the Lebanese and Afghani (Blue hemp Leb, Black Leb, Black Afghani and Cherry Queen). I'll probably ditch the LA Confidential females and keep the male for pollen.
I have a 2nd wave of plants started up. I've sprouted several of my Black Domina x Dakini Kush and Afghani Lowland x Dakini Kush indicas. I'm hooked on the Black Domina right now, and I only got females because I reversed the Dakini Kush (Hindu Kush x Pre98 Bubba).
So I'm going to take it a bit farther and cross it to pollen from the other afghanis I'm currently running. Then I'm probably do something like (Black Afghani x (Black Domina x Dakini Kush)) x (Cherry Queen x (Black Domina x Dakini Kush))
What I think is going to happen is that I'll effectively get 2 generations of high phenotype variations when I line breed it -- thus allowing me to do a lot of selection. I'm hoping that by spreading it out, I can more easily pick the parts of each plant that I want to see. It'll take longer than a double cross like this (Black Afghani x Cherry Queen) x (Black Domina x Dakini Kush)... but my hope is that I can better pick and choose the traits I want.