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      Ok I am just starting to learn to breed, I started a few plants, 5 Black Pepper, 5 Big Mama, and 2 bagseed (You never know what you will find) My goal at this point is to get a good male and Female of each of the two strains. Then to collect pollen and produce more seeds of each. I know this is a small simple step but I am just learning and want to start small.

      All the seeds were started at the same time, and grown under the same conditions. A note should be added that there location in the pictures is not where they normally are. I normally keep them in a small veg-box that I built. I had to move them for the next 3 weeks so that I can use the veg-box to start the cloning of 56 new clones for the system.


      So here is what I have right now.

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      Black pepper on the left, then Big Mama, followed by the two bag seed one on the right.

      The first thing I noted was the hight, Do the plants start to show traits (Sativia/indica dominance) this early?

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      This is on of the Black Pepper plants. The are the tallest.

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      The Big Mama is next in height.

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      The bag seeds are the smallest plants and have the darkest color leaves.

      So any input would be appreciated.
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