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[Starfighter x Animal Cookies x Sour Apple IBL]

Andromeda (10+ Regular Seeds) – Alien Genetics *Speakeasy Exclusive*

[Starfighter x Animal Cookies x Sour Apple IBL]

Description

Name: Andromeda
Lineage: (Starfighter x Animal Cookies) x Sour Apple IBL
Breeder: Alien Genetics
Indoor Bloom Time: 56 – 63 Days
Outdoor Bloom Time: Early October
Type: 10+ Regular Seeds

What Is Sour Apple IBL? This line was created by pollinating the Sour Apple clone with a Nepalese Landrace male to make the F1 generation. Multiple male offspring were selected from F1 seeds to pollinate the Sour Apple and create the BX1 generation. The process was repeated 4 more times, leading us to the BX5 generation. 3 males were selected from a pool of 61 and chosen to make the final generation of BX6. The offspring are very homogeneous and are a gorgeous replica of the original Sour Apple mother. My goal in the creation of this line was to add density and structure while maintaining the original Sour Apple’s mouth watering flavor and stunning visual appeal. This has been achieved and I am confident that BX6 is as far as the line needs to be inbred to create a uniform version of the Sour Apple clone in REG seed form.

Sour Apple IBL Breeding summary:
1) Sour Apple x Nepalese Landrace = F1
2) Sour Apple x F1 = BX1
3) Sour Apple x BX1 = BX2
4) Sour Apple x BX2 = BX3
5) Sour Apple x BX3 = BX4
6) Sour Apple x BX4 = BX5
7) Sour Apple x BX5 = BX6 (Sour Apple IBL)

[FPOG x Sour Apple IBL]

Apple Jaxx (10+ Regular Seeds) – Alien Genetics (Speakeasy Exclusive)

[FPOG x Sour Apple IBL]

Description

Name: Apple Jaxx
Lineage: FPOG aka Fruity Pebble OG x Sour Apple IBL
Breeder: Alien Genetics
Indoor Bloom Time: 56 – 60 Days
Outdoor Bloom Time: Early October
Type: 10+ Regular Seeds

What Is Fruity Pebble OG? Created by ALIEN, Fruity Pebble OG is a modern classic that has created a list of industry hybrids and supercharged gardens around the world. Take a look around and you will notice FPOG as a backbone in many other’s breeding programs. She is a gem that made history with a limited drop of 10 packs ever released to the public. Through the hands of others, those 10 packs made their way into F2s, F3s, F4s, and countless other things. My breeding goal was to take FPOG in multiple directions and explore all of the complex notes that make it so special. We have been working the branches of the Fruity Pebble family tree to expand those particular expressions and share with you. Prepare yourselves for a voyage through an amusement park of flavors. These FPOG lines range from cereal and milk, gas and candy, to sour fuel and tropical cocktails and a wild range in between. They share a common central palate but the nuances of each variety will lead you down different paths. FPOG is a hash maker’s dream with large bulbous short-stalked trichomes that coat the flower surface evenly. We find it best enjoyed in concentrate form which allows a finer expression and more robust evaluation of the terpenes.

What Is Sour Apple IBL? This line was created by pollinating the Sour Apple clone with a Nepalese Landrace male to make the F1 generation. Multiple male offspring were selected from F1 seeds to pollinate the Sour Apple and create the BX1 generation. The process was repeated 4 more times, leading us to the BX5 generation. 3 males were selected from a pool of 61 and chosen to make the final generation of BX6. The offspring are very homogeneous and are a gorgeous replica of the original Sour Apple mother. My goal in the creation of this line was to add density and structure while maintaining the original Sour Apple’s mouth watering flavor and stunning visual appeal. This has been achieved and I am confident that BX6 is as far as the line needs to be inbred to create a uniform version of the Sour Apple clone in REG seed form

Sour Apple IBL Breeding summary:
1) Sour Apple x Nepalese Landrace = F1
2) Sour Apple x F1 = BX1
3) Sour Apple x BX1 = BX2
4) Sour Apple x BX2 = BX3
5) Sour Apple x BX3 = BX4
6) Sour Apple x BX4 = BX5
7) Sour Apple x BX5 = BX6 (Sour Apple IBL)