I will have four packs ready to go out by first week December. All X18 crosses on the male side. Females are as follows:
Starfighter F1 (Greentown Cut)
This cut is an F1 selection that some good folks in Boston have held for a few years now. Selected from seed from the original drop. Super extremely frost earthy melon bud. No longer have the mom but could either get it again from my guys, may at some point in the future.
Strawberry Fields (Western Mass cut)
This cut came to me via a friend out in Western Mass, it was held by an old school grower out there for over a decade. Was said to have come straight from Vermont before then. After legalization passed in Mass this grower spread the love and gave a few people the cut. Dead on fresh strawberries and extremely frosty. My buddy tested his batch out at 20% THC recently. No longer have this mom either, but gave a cut to a trusted friend who is keeping a mom of her around.
Lemon Tree (clone only, originally from Cali). The official Lemon Tree cut, sourced to me from another good friend who sources a lot of rare cuts. Stretchy like her mom Sour, super sticky and has the "Lemon Pledge" that everyone raves about. Running her for a few more cycles. Not sure if I'll keep her around, but I always like to have a "Lemon" in the stable. Really depends on how my Lemon Larry run goes, if I can find something better.
Roxbury Cookies (bred and selected in Boston). Formerly known as just "Roxbury" (a neighborhood in Boston proper). This is a ridiculous cut from one of my OGs...a true neighborhood cut that stands up against any of the elites. Cataract Kush mom, GSC male dad...the GSC male was found 4 years ago in an early batch of GSC, before it became such a hype strain (my guy is well-connected). He's kept this cut around since then and blessed me with her to do some work. She's a definite staple for a bunch of future crosses. Extremely sticky, starts to frost up first week of 12/12 heavily, purples around week 4, has a heavy kush taste and flavor, with a little extra sweet funk that's very unique and hard to describe.
Again, these 4 girls were put in the open pollination chamber, so they've been hit by pollen from 9 different X18 males. From the male parentage, you can expect earthy, or apply, or pear, or cheesy, or skunky phenotypes. The apples smell best to me, but the strongest most potent male was ane xtremely cheesy phenotype. Expect a lot of variation in these beans. The main goal of the project was to preserve the full phenotypic expressions in the X18 generation I'm producing, which is why all 9 males (and 9 females) were used. No intersex tendencies have been noticed in either the males or females. They've been subjected to heat stress, over-watering and heavy nutes to test stability.