What is a Phenotype: Cannabis Pheno’s Explained | Cannabis Lifestyle TV

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16 thoughts on “What is a Phenotype: Cannabis Pheno’s Explained | Cannabis Lifestyle TV

  1. Great follow up to the Purple Punch review!
    I love the new “top shelf” hybrid crosses for the variation.
    Out of a 10 pack you hope to find the phenotype that is described by the breeder but you might not. But… some of the others that you get are better IMHO.
    My Plasma for example has one, a loud lime OG Kush flavor that is like the Obi-Wan father while another is subtle, sweet, purple tipped and more potent but smaller denser nugs like forum GSC.
    I can’t wait to see what some of my own crosses will achieve as well some others from Exotic, Symbiotic etc.
    I like any of the legendary clone only f1s basically.
    Thanks again for the great video!
    Still hunting for the true purple…
    Pop another pack! 😉

    1. Thanks dude! Its definitely nice that most of the phenos are still dank nonetheless, but I just wish these breeders would show more about the variety of phenos instead of promoting one or two. I’ve wasted some time and money, too much actually.

      I’ve had some awesome local crosses, we’ll have to link up and try yours when its ready 💨

  2. That’s really cool to see what a legal situation opens for awesome opportunity and a great community. We have to wait until the rules over here are changing before a open community can grow over here too

    1. Its definitely awesome to have the ability to do it legally, the quality people really come out once the worry of jail is gone.

      Legalization, in some form, is coming to a city near you 🙌🏻🌲💚

  3. So all this leads to a question…or an assumption…are cannabis seed banks releasing strains too early as strains are not properly stabilised before release?

    1. Cannabis Lifestyle TV I agree with this. While I love the variety, hunting and understand that something like “banana punch” may not have a banana pheno in a ten pack, I do wish sometimes that I could could buy seeds and have it be what it says.
      There are a few problems however and while it is a rush to market most times and competition, another couple for the guys trying to do it right are the loss in vigor and increase in mutation when stabilizing as well time and space to a degree.
      To truly stabilize (in this context I mean stable in phenotypical expression) takes a long time, is best done with larger populations and careful work with outside genetics, choosing the right ones to use for diversity ect. It also takes a ton of space which we are finally able to do more recently (publicly).
      Great point though, and that begs the question should breeders be naming strains in the manner they do? Something nondescript like “Northern Lights” is better suited IMO than say “Mango”. If it’s an F1 cross I have a decent chance to find a citrus pheno but mango specifically maybe not.
      Thoughts?

    2. Personally, I think so. It seems to be a cash grab for most of them, with a select few doing real testing for stability

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