the Glazed Cherry project: part one

…it all started with a seed.

After swimming in the vaults of hidden treasures, some HSO Cherry OG regs came floating to the top. After germination and selecting out the runts, they were off to the races. In about the 2nd or 3rd full week of vegetive cycle,  the pre flowers were showing sex.  The males were then segregated from the females at a separate grow room facility.

 

 

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These Cherry OG males acclimated quite well to the new environment and were than switched to a flowering schedule. Usually at this point we apply Tranzition from Sensational Solutions in a foliar and feed addition to our pre-flower regiment.

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Easily by week 3, the boys were ready to spread their love to the world.

The world, in this case, happened to be some Forum Cut Girl Scout Cookie cuts that were vegging and pre flowering along at the same stage as the Cherry OG males. The idea was that Cherries and Cookies could share the same bowl, so to speak.

 

 

 

 

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In the meantime the sister Cherry OG’s were flowering away. With some easy LST training these colas filled up the whole top. Everyone loved the flavor of these girls. The tastes starts with a strong cherry and is followed with an almost balsamic like skunk musk.

 

 

 

 

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A couple weeks later the seed run was starting to finish and the drying and de-seeding process began. After a heady session of scissor hash, the name Glazed Cherry was given to these F1 seeds.

 

 

A big part of our philosophy at Humboldt Seed Organization is to not rush products to the market without proper development. These F1 seeds were not released and were dedicated to pushing to the next generation. Testing, selection, line breeding is all done within the #TeamHSO crew.

look out for “part 2” coming next..

 

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