Bloody H E L L !
- Sep 26, 2008
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Very nice looking plant, like seeing the black domina in there.This is a F2 hybrid of a long ago strain from refrigerated seed.
Oaxaca (feral hermie) x Aurora Indica ->Gen 1
Gen 1 (m) x Oaxaca (feral hermie) -> Secret Agent
Secret Agent x Black Domina -> intermed
Secret Agent x intermed -> Paralysis (current strain)
Paralysis is a very dense bud, as strong as Aurora but with a strong sativa flavor.
It has a high variability due to its feral origin.
Unfortunately for breeding, it is 95% female.
Just a quick observation, one of his plants appears to be black but the one next to it appears the normal green, if it was temps, wouldn't both strains have a similar reaction ?
Not all strains turn dark in cold temps. Look at the plants in my pic, there is a green one right next to the black one.Just a quick observation, one of his plants appears to be black but the one next to it appears the normal green, if it was temps, wouldn't both strains have a similar reaction ?
Plants also have to have enough of the minerals necessary to achieve the color change.genetics mainly but colors can be brought out with temps...
A mutation. This is not Photoshopped or altered in any way.
Mean material. Caused monochrome, patchy, vision.
beautiful plants there folks, i love the blues, purples and blacks.@THG: My BSC was quite black/purple too.
I also had a Wizards Potion once.. one out of 9, was entirely black while the rest were entirely green. (Back right of first photo)