"West Coast Chronicles" by GK Genetics

Phylex

GK Genetics
Staff member
Update: Day 43

God O War F1 (Ghost Train Haze #1 x 9lb. Hammer) by GK Genetics

God O War's two distinct phenotypes are green and purple. Surprising all of the F1 progeny have remained consistent with their respective height, structure, and vigor. They're a medium tall plant with a few inches +/- between them. They share a similar structure with vigorous, lateral side branching. They're good for a 2-2.5x stretch. One of the green phenotypes is the Ghost Train Haze #1 leaner.

Ghost Train Haze #1 (Mom pictured below) Notice flower structure and non-variable color influence
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And here's God O War #11, the Ghost Train Haze #1 leaner w/mom's flower structure and non-variable color influence
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The other green phenotypes appear to be the strains 50/50 expressions. They represent a more equal balance of traits from both parents. There's some mild color variations being introduced here on the fan leaves, but the flowers appear untouched by this trait so far. They're predominately placed center tent directly under the HLG-600. The light intensity makes them appear very yellow and washed out in the pictures. However, you can still see the radish red being introduced on the fan leaves. Also, being under such intense light, I could probably feed them heavier. But since they're all fed by one reservoir, they're all getting the same thing.
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Phylex

GK Genetics
Staff member
Update: Day 43

God O War (Ghost Train Haze #1 x 9lb. Hammer) by GK Genetics

God O War's purple phenotype is the 9lb. Hammer leaner. Notice the heavy purple influence from 9lb. Hammer. The flower structure while not possibly visible in the Dad, is reminiscent of 9lb. Hammer females. The 9lb. Hammer male used has a dominant trait of sweet fruit, almost candied grape aroma that it frequently passes on to its progeny in some degree. It's also known to frequently pass on its beautiful color variations in both the fade and the flowers. The colors are predominantly lighter lavenders and darker purples but also touch into the reds and darker crimsons.

God O War #3 - 9lb. Hammer Leaner (dark purple) back left of the picture
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God O War #3 (continued)
There's no filter (never use them) and no flash (rarely ever used) - This girl is directly under and very close to a COB. She's the hardest one to photograph. She always appears washed out from light intensity and for whatever reason, almost over exposed and greasy. This is a natural shot and she just looks glossy and greasy. In some pics, I'm trying to block the light while taking the picture of her. You can see a difference in some of the pics when I cover the COB with a steno pad.
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God O War #4 - Another 9lb. Hammer leaner. To date, this girl is my favorite. While they're all beautiful, I just think she's gorgeous.
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God O War #8 is another 9lb. Hammer leaner. She's very similar to #4.
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spyralout

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Staff member
Update: Day 43

God O War (Ghost Train Haze #1 x 9lb. Hammer) by GK Genetics

God O War's purple phenotype is the 9lb. Hammer leaner. Notice the heavy purple influence from 9lb. Hammer. The flower structure while not possibly visible in the Dad, is reminiscent of 9lb. Hammer females. The 9lb. Hammer male used has a dominant trait of sweet fruit, almost candied grape aroma that it frequently passes on to its progeny in some degree. It's also known to frequently pass on its beautiful color variations in both the fade and the flowers. The colors are predominantly lighter lavenders and darker purples but also touch into the reds and darker crimsons.

God O War #3 - 9lb. Hammer Leaner (dark purple) back left of the picture
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God O War #3 (continued)
There's no filter (never use them) and no flash (rarely ever used) - This girl is directly under and very close to a COB. She's the hardest one to photograph. She always appears washed out from light intensity and for whatever reason, almost over exposed and greasy. This is a natural shot and she just looks glossy and greasy. In some pics, I'm trying to block the light while taking the picture of her. You can see a difference in some of the pics when I cover the COB with a steno pad.
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God O War #4 - Another 9lb. Hammer leaner. To date, this girl is my favorite. While they're all beautiful, I just think she's gorgeous.
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God O War #8 is another 9lb. Hammer leaner. She's very similar to #4.
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Absolutely gorgeous. ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ
#4 huh? ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ˜„
 

Phylex

GK Genetics
Staff member
Update: Day 46

God O War F1

#7 looks to be a potential AB representing more of an equal balance of parental qualities. She's also center tent and under the most intense lighting. When she gets pulled later on, she potentially could be another Ghost Train Haze leaner. (Still TBD) When taking pictures of her, I have to really reach in and one arm shot the photo.
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#8 is a 9lb. Hammer leaner and very similar to #4. #8 has more of a "Christmas tree" like structure with its lateral growth while #4 creates multiple secondary tops with its vigorous lateral growth racing vertically.
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#9 looks like another AB presenting more of a balance between both parents.
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