Research & Development

In the list below you can find numerous crossings that we have carried out in recent years. Some of these possibilities are still untested and we can not guarantee whether they perform well or not. Some of them will make it into our permanent assortment, others will not.

However, we did not want to withhold them from our community, as often crosses are interesting for others, but we do not have the time to test them.

We appreciate any help and are grateful for detailed feedback. If you are interested in testing one or more of the options listed here, please contact us.

Tangie #9 x Skunk No.1 #9

Sour Skunk ?

Our selected Tangie #9 mother which was especially characterized by her immense orange terpene profile was once again paired with a Skunk male. The original genetics of the Tangie from Crockett’s Family Farm is a cross between a California Orange and a Skunk #1, so we decided to pollinate our own selected Tangie again with a Skunk #1 “Pheno #9” male to not deviate far from the original genetics.

 

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Tangie #10 x Skunk No.1 #9

Tropical Skunk ?

Our selected Tangie #10 mother which was especially characterized by her immense mandarin/peach terpene profile was once again paired with a Skunk male. The original genetics of the Tangie from Crockett’s Family Farm is a cross between a California Orange and a Skunk #1, so we decided to pollinate our own selected Tangie again with a Skunk #1 “Pheno #9” male to not deviate far from the original genetics.

 

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Banana Joe #22 x Critical Kush #8

Mad Banana

Banana Joe #22 was one of our phenotypes from the Banana Joe, which was very noticeable for its sour rotten banana aroma. Her growth was a bit sativa heavy with a slight foxtail formation. Her resin content is as with any Banana Joe above average present. Indoors her yields are average but outdoors she can reach her limits even better.

To keep her terpene profile as close as possible to the mother genetics, we have selected a Critical Kush male which does not have a great effect on the taste profile (recessive), but increases the yield well, which could be an advantage for indoor growers.

 

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Critical Cake #3 x Critical Cake #4

It’s getting Rocky
Critical Cake #3 – F2 Generation

Brief introduction to Critical Cake: This is a cross between a Wedding Cake F4 and a Critical Kush male.

The Critical Cake #3 had the property to form a solid middle of both genetics. It grew straight up with tight side shoots that all had a solid bud structure. What made this phenotype different was that she did not roll her hairs inward at the end of flowering, but only turned them a light brown orange. Its smell and taste were reminiscent of a very gassy Skunk OG.

We could already test some of these seeds and the result was on average very close to the mother genetics (see attached picture). The result was an increase in yield and an immense hard flower structure that can easily lead to mold if you do not have your humidity under control. However, this possible cross shows a hermie here and there, which is why special attention should be paid at the beginning of flowering.

 

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Critical Kush #7 x Critical Cake #4

Critical Grandma

The ultimate blend from our “Critical” crosses.

Our female Critical Kush phenotype comes from the same batch as our selected male Critical Kush. Our female phenotype stood out for its particularly unique and sweet OG Kush flavors that bring a very light berry undertone. The whole thing now crossed with our already own cross called Critical Cake (Wedding Cake x Critical Kush), resulted in Critical Grandma.

The result of this cross produced two very different results. While some phenotypes are very similar to the phenotype of the mother, others are very similar to the phenotype of the father. You can recognize the phenotypes of the father by the fact that they show more purple at the end of flowering and keep more white hairs, instead of dark brown and bushy, as is the case with the phenotypes that come more after the mother.

 

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Caribbean Kush #1 x Critical Cake #4

Caribbean Cake ?

When you think of the Caribbean, you think of a vacation on the beach under the sun with tropical fruits and a refreshing drink that makes you melt.

Well, maybe it won’t make you melt but the Caribbean Cake will bake you well.

Our wish was to create a strain that takes the slightly tropical terpene profile of Caribbean Kush and harmonizes well with the slightly gassy berry note of Critical Cake.

Did we succeed? This is what we have to find out…

 

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Acid Orange #3 x Critical Cake #4

Grandma’s Orange Cake ?

Who doesn’t miss trying grandma’s new things? Who knows the grandmothers, who also knows that they love to experiment. We don’t know if our sour orange profile will get along with the slightly gassy berry profile, but that’s exactly why we didn’t mind taking this little dusting to possibly find something completely new.

Our Acid Orange had a very sativa profile with a slight fox tail formation just like her Tangie mother which was used for this cross.

We thought that our Critical Cake male might be able to curb the foxtail growth a bit.

You always wanted to be a pastry critic? Then now is the time!

 

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Acid Orange

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Tangie #10 x Critical Cake #4

T10 Cake aka Tropical Cake ?

T10 Cake is our backup in case the Tropical Mandarin/Peach doesn’t come through enough in the Caribbean Kush x Critical Cake cross.

 

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Banana Joe #16 x Critical Cake #4

Grandma’s Banana Cake ?

Not everyone likes oranges or tangerines. That’s why we took one of our absolute favorite phenotypes of Banana Joe to pollinate it with our selected Critical Cake male.

Banana Joe is always characterized by its sour rotten banana aroma. However, she has here and there a slightly subliminal haze bubblegum note which tends to dominate.

However the outcome will be, it will certainly be frosty.

 

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Gelato #41 x Erdpurt #6 & #11

Erdbeer Gelato ?

Anyone who has ever had the pleasure of tasting a real Gelato strain will probably never forget it.

Thanks to the universe, one of our friends from the Collective was blessed enough to get his hands on these genetics and give us a cut of them.

This is the only cut or genetics that we did not select ourselves but was given to us as a gift.

Since at that time we were working on a line that focused on a good THC/CBD balance, we added the Gelato and pollinated it with two of our Erdpurt males.

The first Erdpurt male had a very unique look that reflected both of the main phenotypes of the females that were most common in our phenohunt of Erdpurt.

The second Erdpurt male had certain semi-autoflowering characteristics. It still went into pre-bloom despite high light hours but did not fully flower. It just shows how much it wants to bloom and that it can hardly wait to drop its pollen, no matter how many hours the sun is shining.

To increase the gene pool and the possibility of working on an autoflowering line we have both males pollinated at the same time to gain as much diversity in phenotypes as possible.

 

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Panama #1 x Erdpurt #6 & #11

Grandpa’N’ma in Panama ?

Panama #1 was our absolute favorite pheno which we selected from an F11 Generations batch from ACE Seeds.

Panama #1 grew very fast and vital, stretched the most in flowering and had a very nice resin trim that felt very very oily between the fingers when touched.

Her terpene profile is very much in the lime Haze range which immediately took us back to old times when we first tasted Haze strains back in the day. Many would immediately think of a good Lemon Haze.

Her effect was invigorating and put a grin on everyone’s face, so she was the first choice to include in our THC/CBD line and continue to work on.

The first Erdpurt male had a very unique look that reflected both of the main phenotypes of the females that were most common in our phenohunt of Erdpurt.

The second Erdpurt male had certain semi-autoflowering characteristics. It still went into pre-bloom despite high light hours but did not fully flower. It just shows how much it wants to bloom and that it can hardly wait to drop its pollen, no matter how many hours the sun is shining.

To increase the gene pool and the possibility of working on an autoflowering line we have both males pollinated at the same time to gain as much diversity in phenotypes as possible.

 

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Panama #2 x Erdpurt #6 & #11

Panamapurt ?

Our selected Panama #2 phenotype was a perfect blend between the #1 and #3.

She grew very vigorously at a good pace, but kept a little smaller than the #1. Her yield was a little higher than the #1, but still less than the #3. The resin content was just as oily as all the other phenotypes. Her terpene profile, however, deviated a bit from the limonene and brought a very subtle earthy pinene note.

The first Erdpurt male had a very unique look that reflected both of the main phenotypes of the females that were most common in our phenohunt of Erdpurt.

The second Erdpurt male had certain semi-autoflowering characteristics. It still went into pre-bloom despite high light hours but did not fully flower. It just shows how much it wants to bloom and that it can hardly wait to drop its pollen, no matter how many hours the sun is shining.

To increase the gene pool and the possibility of working on an autoflowering line we have both males pollinated at the same time to gain as much diversity in phenotypes as possible.

 

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Panama #3 x Erdpurt #6 & #11

Grand Pandemic ?

Panama #3 was our pheno that grew the stoutest.

Despite its short stature, or perhaps because of it, Panama #3 produced the thickest buds at the end of its flowering period, which had a beautiful resin trim.

Her leaves showed a subtle purple at the end of the flowering phase as well as some pistils. Her flavor profile was mixed from a light sparkling lime note to an earthy pine forest finish.

Her effect went in a more relaxing direction that will get you through a pandemic without driving you crazy because you may have an energy surplus.

The first Erdpurt male had a very unique look that reflected both of the main phenotypes of the females that were most common in our phenohunt of Erdpurt.

The second Erdpurt male had certain semi-autoflowering characteristics. It still went into pre-bloom despite high light hours but did not fully flower. It just shows how much it wants to bloom and that it can hardly wait to drop its pollen, no matter how many hours the sun is shining.

To increase the gene pool and the possibility of working on an autoflowering line we have both males pollinated at the same time to gain as much diversity in phenotypes as possible.

 

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Critical Cake #7 & Critical Kush #7 x Erdpurt #6 & #11

Grandma’s Dementia ?

What can you say… Forgetting is human.

In this batch, two different phenotypes were accidentally mixed with each other, because they are very similar in name.

Critical Cake as well as the Critical Kush which were both pollinated with the Erdpurt males, have a very nice unique berry note which should appeal to every Kush lover.

The first Erdpurt male had a very unique look that reflected both of the main phenotypes of the females that were most common in our phenohunt of Erdpurt.

The second Erdpurt male had certain semi-autoflowering characteristics. It still went into pre-bloom despite high light hours but did not fully flower. It just shows how much it wants to bloom and that it can hardly wait to drop its pollen, no matter how many hours the sun is shining.

To increase the gene pool and the possibility of working on an autoflowering line we have both males pollinated at the same time to gain as much diversity in phenotypes as possible.

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G13 Haze #1 x Deep Neville #9 (Sativa dominant male)

Our selected G13 Haze #1 was characterized by its particularly fast growth. She was very Sativa dominant with typical Haze characteristics. Her yield was in the lower range.

The Deep Neville #9 male grew very sativa heavy with long internode spacing, large sun sail leaves that had thin widely spaced leaf fingers.

The Haze will dominate in this cross with high probability.

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G13 Haze #2 x Deep Neville #9 (Sativa dominant male)

Our selected G13 Haze #2 grew slightly slower than the #1. However, both phenotypes were very similar in appearance and yield. We pollinated both phenotypes to have a backup in case one of the two crosses did not perform particularly well.

The Deep Neville #9 male grew very sativa heavy with long internode spacing, large sun sail leaves that had thin widely spaced leaf fingers.

The Haze will dominate in this cross with high probability.

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G13 Haze #4 x Deep Neville #9 (Sativa dominant male)

Our selected G13 Haze #4 female grew quite differently in contrast to #1 & #2. She kept much smaller and only made a small stretch at flowering stage. Her yield was in a much higher range and it was clear that the G13 has the upper hand in this phenotype.

The Deep Neville #9 male grew very sativa heavy with long internode spacing, large sun sail leaves that had thin widely spaced leaf fingers.

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Tangie #9 x Deep Neville #9 (Sativa dominant male)

Grandma’s Orange Haze ?

As mentioned in some of our posts and stories, Tangie #9 is one of our absolute phenotypes for decades. Its particularly strong orange flavor that stands above everything else is simply legendary.

Her growth is vital and sativa dominant. She never liked to have many leaves taken away from her. Especially at the end of the flowering phase you had to be especially careful with her because she has otherwise also like to hang out the diva.

So if you are not into egg salad you should pay special attention to this lady when she needs it.

However, our Deep Neville #9 male grew very sativa-heavy with long internode spacing, large awning leaves that had thin, widely spaced leaf fingers.

This male reminded us a lot of one of our old Tangie males from back in the day that unfortunately got lost, so we thought it was right to bring the two together and see how they harmonize.

 

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Panama #2 x Deep Neville #9 (Sativa dominant male)

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Our selected Panama #2 phenotype was a perfect blend between the #1 and #3.

She grew very vigorously at a good pace, but kept a little smaller than the #1. Her yield was a little higher than the #1, but still less than the #3. The resin content was just as oily as all the other phenotypes. Her terpene profile, however, deviated a bit from the limonene and brought a very subtle earthy pinene note.

The Deep Neville #9 male grew very sativa heavy with long internode spacing, large sun sail leaves that had thin widely spaced leaf fingers.

 

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Panama #1 x Deep Neville #6 (Strong Hybrid male)

Grandma’s Haze ?

Panama #1 was our absolute favorite pheno which we selected from an F11 Generations batch from ACE Seeds.

Panama #1 grew very fast and vital, stretched the most in flowering and had a very nice resin trim that felt very very oily between the fingers when touched.

Her terpene profile is very much in the lime Haze range which immediately took us back to old times when we first tasted Haze strains back in the day. Many would immediately think of a good Lemon Haze.

Our selected Deep Neville #6 male grew like a perfect hybrid. Beautiful leaves like from a picture book and a high potency in terms of yield. This pheno produced many pollen sacs with a subtle purple hue which may be due to the Deep Chunk parents from which the Deep Neville (Deep Chunk x Neville’s Haze) originated.

We expect this cross to be a solid Haze that reminds us of the old days, like lying on the beach in Panama with some Neville’s Haze.

 

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Panama #3 x Deep Neville #6 (Strong Hybrid male)

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Panama #3 was our pheno that grew the stoutest.

Despite its short stature, or perhaps because of it, Panama #3 produced the thickest buds at the end of its flowering period, which had a beautiful resin trim.

Her leaves showed a subtle purple at the end of the flowering phase as well as some pistils. Her flavor profile was mixed from a light sparkling lime note to an earthy pine forest finish.

Her effect went in a more relaxed direction but at the right level so that you can still be active.

Our selected Deep Neville #6 male grew like a perfect hybrid. Beautiful leaves like from a picture book and a high potency in terms of yield. This pheno produced many pollen sacs with a subtle purple hue which may be due to the Deep Chunk parents from which the Deep Neville (Deep Chunk x Neville’s Haze) originated.

 

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Gelato #41 x Deep Neville #9 (Strong Hybrid male)

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Anyone who has had the pleasure of tasting a real gelato will probably never forget it. This very unique taste that settles on the tongue and reminds you of a good hazelnut ice cream is simply indescribable.

Thanks to a friend of the collective we received a cut selected by himself from a few bagseeds.

This is the only genetics that we have not selected ourselves, but have taken in confidence to us, because it simply has a beautiful unique growth and at the end of flowering brings out its most beautiful clothes and shows itself in full purple splendor.

The Deep Neville #9 male grew very sativa heavy with long internode spacing, large sun sail leaves that had thin widely spaced leaf fingers.

This cross is definitely a mix of new hype genetics and a really old line that has some legends in its reference.

 

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Critical Cake #7 x Deep Neville #6 (Strong Hybrid male)

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Our Critical Cake, which is a cross between a Wedding Cake F4 and a Critical Kush male, stands out especially for its special berry Kush aroma.

It grows very fast and steeply upwards and has only a few branches which in turn all stretch quickly upwards. This phenotype grew very well indoors and outdoors and formed very beautiful flowers with proper care. It preferred a mild climate and not too high temperatures.

Since there were two interesting Deep Neville males available for a possible pollination, but they should not both pollinate at the same time, this was done in separate runs to see exactly which male is better suited for a possible Purple Haze variety.

Our selected Deep Neville #6 male grew like a perfect hybrid. Beautiful leaves like a picture book and high potency in terms of yield. This pheno produced many pollen sacs with a subtle purple hue, possibly due to the Deep Chunk parent from which the Deep Neville (Deep Chunk x Neville’s Haze) originated.

 

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Critical Cake #7 x Deep Neville #9 (Sativa dominant male)

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Our Critical Cake, which is a cross between a Wedding Cake F4 and a Critical Kush male, stands out especially for its special berry Kush aroma.

It grows very fast and steeply upwards and has only a few branches which in turn all stretch quickly upwards. This phenotype grew very well indoors and outdoors and formed very beautiful flowers with proper care. It preferred a mild climate and not too high temperatures.

Since there were two interesting Deep Neville males available for a possible pollination, but they should not both pollinate at the same time, this was done in separate runs to see exactly which male is better suited for a possible Purple Haze variety.

The Deep Neville #9 male grew very sativa heavy with long internode spacing, large sun sail leaves that had thin widely spaced leaf fingers.

 

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