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In laymen term Genotype is a nationality/race/strain name..
Phenotype is the look and characteristics, gene - ( = people or plant famly tree Gene inheritance) - expression is its exterior and interior makeup, its tastes its smell/ fragrance is it tall or short is it wide or skinny is it fast or slow does it have tough tissue or weak tissue big feet/leaves or little ones High melanin / resin or little ta none/low res etc etc ( example,
Black people are Afro-asiatic but their phenotype is like a speckled bird many different colors and looks , but their Genotype is still black/a bird/a diesel strain at the end of the day no matter their appearance) ✌❤🙏 we are all the Creator creations, Baruch HaShem Haya Haya ............
Dude! Don't try to do videos while you are high! I can't wade thru this shit. Try writing an outline or an organized idea of what to say. Prose works.
what if i had shitty growing envioemrnt but the seed genetics is great aka mephisto. the plant turned into small plant no more than 6" at flowering . what if i pollonate it with good genetics as well, does that mean the seeds will be ok? and the plant wont grow to 6" as well?
You shoulda just kept this to yourself if you were gonna crawl right back under that rock
Wish i knew before i watched the whole 17 min
Hemp is nasty
Your 58 days of flower looks like my 7.... Your doing something terribly wrong just a heads up no hard feelings
Marijuana when "bred" the "Best" looks a lot like Inferior and truly Foriegn "hops" that truly limit Beer, and further arguments of "Waste of Land" by former "one and off" drug dealers andor "small time drug dealers".
Also, a talking question more for you than me, is "Marijuana" native to any particular Nation(s) now andor past? There are probably many other plants that would have <feeling> effect moreso than a plant needing fire to be breathed that truly burns lungs.
Total randomness brought me here but I'll subscribe so I can say I knew you when you were sub 1K, I'm a Gardener for a National cemetery just spit that knowledge about plants and I"m happy.
EDIT: Why don't you give your plants better names man?
Say I have a strain that is (and has been) growing wild on the mountains down south of the island in the south Pacific ocean. How would I go about determining its genetics? I took clones and brought it into the grow room about 6 months ago. This 3rd gen is looking incredible. I'd sure like to know what it is I've domesticated.