Pollen to cross mac1, make more stable.?

If had, would anyone be willing to spare some pollen to make mac1 more stable and spread seeds…? Wondering what would be a good pair up?

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MAC1 is clone only so you have to pollinate with a MAC male which isn’t MAC1 or someone has to reverse a MAC1 to get pollen

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Cap says himself repeatedly that MAC is not a good breeding plant.

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How sure are we of that? Could be sneaky ploy to stop people from using his strains. Damn insta breeders…

(In case its not apparent I’m just kidding)

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It sure isn’t vigorous

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Pretty sure you’re not the only person to have that thought :wink:

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could we cross it possibly.? Make it more stable. If anyone is interested in helping out tell me your thoughts,… will still need pollen.

Check out Socal Seed Vault on strainly. I don’t know how he does it, but he’s got some MAC F2 & F3 crosses and a MAC F2xMACF3 (I believe) regular seeds at amazing prices. He’s got over 150 great reviews too. Took the time to suggest seeds for my parameters. Tell him the TICAL dude referred you! Hopefully he will use TICAL on his next cross. TICAL means Taking Into Consideration All Lives and the name of the first solo album by Method Man in 1994.

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So I just had a thought in my half awake stoned stuper… these are anesia mac seeds… not cap… would this change anything?? I guess they are just mac.

Secured pollen thanks for all the feedback everyone.

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Im growing a few mac1 crosses this year ill check how they turn out

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I bought Greenpoint’s MacDawg (MAC x Stardawg). I saw a review where a guy was upset because it was slow to veg, but another guy came back and said that’s a genetic quirk of MAC. What do you guys think?

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I have no personal experience with the MAC. But I heard multiple growers say the same thing: MAC is very slow in veg.

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