This is an indoor hydro x outdoor industrial CBD hemp cross, meant to find smokeable phenotypes closer to 1:1, 1:2, and 2:1 ratios of THC:CBD.
Tahoe OG: 26%+ THC
T1 Trump: 11% - 14%+ CBD
The photos in this listing are of tested progeny of these seeds. I did the Tahoe OG x T1 Trump (F3) seed run in March and yielded in July, immediately popped some testers of this seed listing. Culled all males and most females, kept only the most vigorous one to see how it did.
Notes: Highly resistant to bugs, cold hardy, rain, all sorts of weather--high hybrid vigour and molds resistance. Completely ignored, not a spot of PM or botrytis as of November 9th.
Flowers smell wonderful, strong fuel and OG funk, backnotes of anise, sandalwood, patchouli.
Low light levels caused stretching during floral bract development, while stray pollen in this garden pollinated the first few emerging pistils in early flower, thus dwarfing potential cola size. Plus cold weather. So photos a poor representation of flower morphology.
The Tahoe OG used in this cross is a cut I pheno hunted myself from 127x Tahoe OG (S1) seeds. Found a perfect representation of Tahoe OG: identical leaf shape, leaf-to-calyx ratios, that Tahoe OG funk, high yielder, and an extremely resinous producer. Like one toke and the joint has a quarter-inch, all-the-way around the paper, dark-brown oil ring. Super heavy forehead stone and thought-disappearing narcotic couchlock. Total zen emptiness and likely 20 minutes staring at a wall; time will pass by like nothing and you won't care. Practically the closest Tahoe OG gets to actual black tar heroin.
The T1 Trump genetic used in this cross comes from a local organic CBD craft hemp flower grower here on Vancouver Island, B.C. He obtained the T1 Trump clone and selfed* it, creating a S1 line of T1 Trump seeds. From that S1 population he found males, selected females, and saved seed, bringing the S1 to F2 reg. From the next generation, he also selected males and females, bringing the line to F3. From the F2 generation in 2018, lab tests of samples showed between 11% and 14% CBD. (Grown outdoors at sea level using Botanicare on drip.)
This Spring 2019 a hemp farm I worked for planted 16,500 of these 3rd generation T1 Trump seeds and from those 16,500 plants, the farmer selected 2 males to father the next generation of his breeding project. These two males were so densely packed with pollen sacs the stalks and stems were barely visible. I saw them sitting in 1 gallon pots on his front porch. So after work I grabbed an old cardboard box from his recycling and tapped a boatload of pollen from both males into it; looked like a bottle rocket hit a bag of flour. Brought that pollen home and pollinated a Tahoe OG cut I hunted two years prior, along with the "Comatose OG" cut I had in the yard at the time.
Here's some more information on T1 Trump:
"Known for its stability, high yields, and not as controversial to its namesake success in the field with respect to its biomass and oil production per acre.
Potency: 13-15% CBD
Maturity - October 1st
Harvest: 8 weeks indoor/Early October outdoor"
*Note: "Selfing" is achieved by using a silver-based ethylene inhibitor to force a female branch (or full plant) to produce male pollen sacs, then pollinating a clone of the same genetic to produce two identical sets of chromosomes. It is believed that the resulting progeny may display every/any possible combination of characteristics of the parental lines; including hermaphroditic and male expressions of an otherwise female-chromosome-only crossing. Yes, a S1 of a female can produce males.