ISO PM/Botrytis resistant strains

JollyPete

In Bloom
Anyone have any particular recommendations?

I'd assume anything from hot, humid regions would have natural resistance, just want to fortify my in-house projects, had to toss some ladies due to PM/Botrytis.

Thanks to this place, I've learned about silica amendments but would.like some au-naturale protections as well.
 

jaguarlax

Tactical Gardener
Staff member
Moderator
Anyone have any particular recommendations?

I'd assume anything from hot, humid regions would have natural resistance, just want to fortify my in-house projects, had to toss some ladies due to PM/Botrytis.

Thanks to this place, I've learned about silica amendments but would.like some au-naturale protections as well.
Im interested in hearing what everyone has to say about this one. My cut of Mac1 has been incredibly resilient to pretty much everything.
 
LSD has been in my stable for almost 4 yrs now and I've never had a lick of bud mold (surprising for how insanely dense the buds are), nor have I had any PM, and minimal pests in the form of fungus gnats that I was able to easily keep under control. But that's more of a soil issue than a penetration of the plant's defenses ie sucker type pests like mites and aphids. Growing in organic soil, especially, gnats are pretty common. Now that I've gone pure Hempy, no gnats either now.

Mazar-I-Sharif X Skunk #1

So it has strong, strong Afghani roots. I don't know if that's the key to its resilience, but even it's description claims a strong resistance to pests, mold and PM
 

Desert Rose

In Bloom
I have PM in my tester room and can tell you for sure these are bulletproof:

Platinum crosses - In-House
Lots of Crockett’s gear
OGKB crosses are 9/10
Gorilla Glue and its crosses seem very strong

It really is hit and miss strain by strain though but some of the older crosses I’ve ran have been some of the worst. White Widow for example, Master Kush wasn’t great.. Slurricane crosses are actually quite poor as well in my experience.

And most of the OG crosses are only semi resistant, 6/10 imo. Though Tahoe crosses seem very much above average.

This is 100% about PM resistance only.
 
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