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Nitrogen´s Connoisseur hybrids - pics and seed giveaway

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amazing work guys!!
I wonder if anyone's still got some of these seeds sitting around :P 
If any kind soul wants to help me I'll pay for everything

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psycho0 x tpm

 

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Everything in the above pictures has been grown 100% under LEDs, accept for the last 3 TPM x Huarazensis which have been in a greenhouse for half their life, but got moved inside today.

 

Here is the rest of the collection out in the greenhouse 

 

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Starting to see a few freaks

tpm x sharxx

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Sharxx x tpm

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this is getting moar and moar interesting.... 

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Only four years late!

Thanks to the kind mate that sent me these!

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Lumberjacks x Sharxx blue

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Certainly a perdy plant you got there mate!! Looks bloody healthy too..

Nice work.

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I may have skipped over it but has anyone gotten variegated seedlings from nitrogens crosses. I know with some of zelly's crosses there is high variegate percentage.

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generally speaking the high variegate percentage comes into play only when i use pollen from a variegated plant

 

and it seems a lot of lumberjack crosses have produced albinos or variegates

 

here's some Nitro eye candy

this columnar is tpm x n1 & for some strange reason it decided to grow at least 3 pups on every rib

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Credit to my partner, forum member "BogFrog" for providing the seeds and doing the grafts

 

 

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Great looking plants Padonkluft! That little clam looking one is a real beauty!

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i'm actually pretty jealous because i have not been able to keep labels with these catkooses. I have warped multiheaded little beings from Nitrogens crosses from 2012  and the last batch that i planted in jan this year but unfortunately i cannot verify any of the names nor correspond them accordingly to each tray. I sincerely hope some of you fine catkooses

aficionados can help me correctly label them in the future.....

Catkoose is an amazing thing indeed..... i recently started clearing away a couple of metres of soil that was impeding on my new fence posts and uncovered an icaro seedling -fat as- probably 10cm high by 3cm wide from Niggles.....always amazes me how staunch these little critters are...no food, no water, no root space yet they judge the situation almost - and then proceed accordingly

 

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i sincerely think its difficult to ID.. I lost my tags as well, if you feel any better, from nitro seed 2012.... 

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Paint pens or proper industrial markers that contain xylene are my favorite. Write on the pots. 

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