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Old 08-26-2010, 02:11 AM
bigherb
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Originally Posted by Nevil View Post
The cat piss smell associated with Haze is the result of inbreeding to the Haze. Inbreeding to siblings or half siblings, is less damaging than inbreeding to the same Haze plant.
NL5 was somewhat neutral in smell and when crossed with the Haze, it expressed the various genotypes behind the Haze very well. I have grown large numbers of NL5HzA and NL5HzC plants from seed. Considering that the HzA male was dead, I could only use it's daughters to put back to HzC.

This single inbreeding to the 1969 haze males exponentially increased the amount of cat piss types in the progeny, but still allowed a useful percentage of truly superior plants to shine through.
The average age of the NH grand parents is about 40. I don't believe that this can be said about anybody else's lines. They are more inbred, hence the cat piss.
I have a dream that a real Haze brother will contact me and tell me that he still has well preserved seeds from the 60's. Failing that, the '97 NH seeds offer the best hope for future hybrids.
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i truly appreciate this response

from my research one of the four varieites of the original haze known to have the catpiss trait ,this was also the variety that was known to carry the incense trait


im curious as too your thoughts on the incense/frankincense trait aswell ,id love for you to stop by my (Frankincense trait in haze )thread


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NL5 was somewhat neutral in smell and when crossed with the Haze, it expressed the various genotypes behind the Haze very well
this why id do anything for a pack of the old seed bank NL5HAZE and why my next purchase will be the current offering

IME ive noticed the catpiss in one of my sk/hz phenos

im glad the HAZEA daughters are alive and well ,im excited too see wat your next masterpiece may be


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This single inbreeding to the 1969 haze males exponentially increased the amount of cat piss types in the progeny, but still allowed a useful percentage of truly superior plants to shine through
once again id like you to note it is reported that the ohaze did carry this trait in one of the four colors

i understand inbreeding will hav negative effects,and as you hav said the catpiss seems to be somthin your not lookin for in your haze selections

im curious to know what taste/aromas do you consider superior in your experience with pure haze ?

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have a dream that a real Haze brother will contact me and tell me that he still has well preserved seeds from the 60's. Failing that, the '97 NH seeds offer the best hope for future hybrids
well i think its a possibility considering hooteroll is a member her and has chose the mns home to post

best wishes in which ever path is destined


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