Mango Haze Inbred Generation

Indi

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Several of the pheno types are looking like 10 week finishers maybe even sooner.
Here’s a nice pheno showing spear head shaped colas and fairly big in size.
I don’t know what strain is showing it’s dominance in colas but 3 of the 6 females are producing these types of colas.
Does anyone know what strain is showing it’s genes in bud structure of the one pictured?
 

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kief420

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You can definitely see some skunk in that but I would expect to see a lot more just white pistols with a purer skunk not really changing much until the last 3-4 weeks Then really chunking up ,defiantly a hybrid . What are you on week seven or eight if you think it’s a ten weeker
 
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Frankwills

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From one of the very first batch of Indred Gen. seeds. 100% FAST germ almost 10years after purchase, 20% male rate. Fertilized once in veg and 3 times in flower using 100% organic ferts. 3 months veg 9weeks flower. Grown for quality smoke (lean on Nitrogen) not for high yield. My favorite haze, I prefer this haze to Neville's, less edge, equally potent, a month faster and immaculate smoking, but not good for nightcaps.
 

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Indi

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Here’s a picture of each pheno type’s cola.
I just picked a cola from each female and took a quick pic.I didn’t pick the biggest just one in focus.
One is missing because 5 was the limit.
I may include another post to get the 6th.
 

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Indi

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Here they are finishing up approaching end of week 8.
They are starting to ripen up so I expect 25% increase in size at least.
Definitely need some YoYos.
My camera sucks but good enough to get idea on structure.
Round hard tennis ball size flowers on half the females.
There’s one I need to take pictures of and it’s looking like a 10 week finisher.
Low leaf to calyx ratio with long thin fingered leaves letting light penetrate deep.
 

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sensient

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Hey all....looking good mate.
Ive never grown out the IBL, looks interesting
Awesome job!
Sensient
 

musashi

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Aloha!

Excellent effort Indi! In the top 3 for me. She is such a wonderful plant filled with genetic goodness. A great example of breeding and evidently some tasty expressions within your room. Keep it coming brah!

Shaka
Mu
 

Indi

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Here’s the low leaf to calyx ratio that is likely a 10-11 week finisher.
She’s oily and coated with trichomes and the haziest of them all.
Looking like a possible keeper.
It’s not the best picture but I think the very low count of long slender leaves is visible and plucking those is about all it will need versus sticky fingered trimming.
 

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sensient

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NICE! Looking real good...gotta love that Hazey goodness!
Be interested to see how it smokes...looking forward to a report!!!
S
 

Indi

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Here’s we are at end of week 10 and plenty of cloudy trichomes and the flush could have started last week.
Its looking like 25% 9-10 week,50% 10-11 week and 25% 11+ week finishers.
I could see some of the pheno types yields as much as any critical strain.
Arm sized flowers indoors is pretty cool.
 

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Indi

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They are all getting chopped at end of week 11.
Flushing started at end of week 10 and leaves are already reacting to flush so it’s at end of week it’s time to chop.
 

Indi

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It looks like out of 6 females,
2 finished up at weeks 9
2 at week 10
1 is ripening up but could go at least another week
1 could go for another month and still not be ripe.

I will add another set of pictures after they’ve dried and colored up.The lower flowers look the best.
 

Indi

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Tomorrow is harvest at end of week 11.
There’s one that could go another week or two but I may cut it too for a better dry and cure.
RH is too low for drying but if I cut them all I can do what I please with RH making drying and cure easier.
Some have swelled even more and all branches except the 13 weeker is leaning over.
I’ll either get some more pictures before or after their hanging to dry.
 

Indi

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It’s finally done.
Everything is hanging up,labeled,and drying in controlled RH.
A easy way to label is get a perma marker and write on branch.I write on trunk way back in veg and still clearly visible.
No more tags,tape,etc... just write on any branch or trunk it’s not washing off.
 

Indi

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Here’s some pictures of dried buds.
They all have a sharp citrus aroma but some stronger than other with mixtures of sweet,lemon and a different citrus I can’t put a label on.Mango I can’t remember having so I can’t say it’s mango.
The tart citrus fuel incense aroma hangs in the air 15-30 minutes after smoking.
It’s a very unique aroma and would make a great incense once the cannabis smell fades away.
It smells good and it has a potent way of cutting through sense of smell.
I only tried one female so far.
The aroma is what stands out and I’ll try to think of better ways to put it in words.
I need to dig out my good camera but every flower has the haze look to it.
 

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musashi

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Congrats on the harvest Indi. Your words already conjure up delicious images. Nice grow brah and thanks for sharing it!

Shaka
Mu
 
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