JBC Exclusive Freebies by Respect Genetics

Respect Genetics was created by a community member who’s been active on forums over a decade and given away gear almost as long.  Parental stock is selected from original (first release) F1 stock or S1’s of verified cuts from highly respected breeders.

Simply an attempt to promote respect and love in the community, Respect Genetics is all about respecting the plant and genetics as well as fellow breeders and gardeners.

~ Much Respect ~

Goji Crosses

 

MAMAS

 

(Goji OG x Goji OG)
Goji OG – Built like a brick outhouse, this stout and squatty Christmas tree was selected for her sheer potency and dense, super sugary nugs of the most complex flavors; a unique blend of old-school OG (hints of pine), Earth, and Bubba Kush tones that stood out from the majority.  The buzz was intense and extremely potent, mostly sedative/less heady, and seemed to last forever. 
High, high expectations for the F2’s.  Finished in 9.5 weeks.

(Headbanger x Goji OG)
Headbanger #1, #2, and #4
– Three F1’s chosen from over fifty beans gifted to me by Karma (years apart; one pack from the initial release and two from later drops… another couple dozen he hand-picked during our 2015 Cannabis Cup trip).  I selected the hardest-hitting, funkiest ladies of the group with shorter statures, thicker stems, and mostly sour/Earthy flavors.  Scents of Earthy kush and bubblegum dipped in diesel with rock hard tops (multi-topped into bushes).  Finished in ~10.5 weeks.  Buzz was similar to old school Sour Diesel with a bit more of a sedative kick.  *** #2 and #4 are part of my Karmageddon project, along with #3 which isn’t in this project.

(Lucky Charms x Goji OG)
Lucky Charms
– One bean was found (in three lids from CO) and ran simply out of curiosity/high hopes.  The mama tasted like a mouthful of the famous cereal (both grain and marshmallow – almost like a rich-flavored White/Kush cross) and had one of my favorite types of high (happy, behind the eyes, don’t care what we do as long as we smoke more, half head/half body and a perfect smell to taste translation).
Finished in 9 weeks with less than average production but a high worth trying to retain.

(Jack Herer x Goji OG)
Jack Herer – Chosen from old Sensi Seeds stock for her stability, structure, and signature Jack terps, this plant had unprecedented outdoor vigor and resilience to the elements .  She was a decent yielder with a great morning/daytime buzz.  Finished in 10 weeks.

(Blueberry Hashplant x Goji OG)
Blueberry Hashplant #1, #2, and #3
– Three F2’s chosen for funky, hashy-blueberry flavors, mellow, calming high, and incredible vigor.  So similar it was hard to differentiate them, extreme sugar was found on all three.  Finished in 8 to 9 weeks. 
*** noted as #61, #13, and #47 (respectively) in previous notes. Chosen from the same parental mother used in Useful’s 2019 Blueberry crosses.

(Happy Banger x Goji OG)
Happy Banger
– Two of my favorite Karma strains at the time, I crossed Happy Brother v2.0 and Headbanger for personal headstash.  I expected the progeny to be full-on gassy, fuely, chemmy-funk (HBv2 was heavy burnt rubber – an outlier for the strain) but the babies expressed intensely exotic, floral, tropical, one-of-a-kind aromas. 
These were/will never be released (Karma prefers others not breed his gear x his gear for commercial use) but I’m hoping the Goji freebies retain some of her magical terp profile and buzz. 
Finished in 9.5 to 10.5 weeks.

(White Dawg x Goji OG)
White Dawg #1 and #2
– Two F1’s chosen from a few packs JJ gifted me in 2015, both were white-dominant in flavor with tones of burnt marshmallow and jet fuel on the back-end.  #1 had a very long-lasting high that donkey punched me behind the eyes on the first exhale.  Giggles galore.  Old school oomph.
I’ve been blessed to smoke Stardawg with JJ and believe the quality of the two is very similar but prefer the sultry white cross when comparing flavors/effects. Hats off to one of the most complex, rich, pungent flavors I’ve found on such Heavenly narcotic medicine.  Finished in 9.5-10.5 weeks.
(Super grateful for the kindness through the years, old buddy, and also the gift of these beans…)
*** #1 is the same mother being used in my Two Dogs Bumpin project.

(Shoreline/Sleeskunk x Goji OG)
Shoreline/Sleeskunk
– Gifted a few cuts of the original Shoreline around 2012 – 2013, I have a love affair with this plant unlike any other in my past.  The cut I received was super loud with very unique terps.  When I hear the word “dank,” Shoreline, Chemdog, and RKS come to mind first. 
Shoreline had commercial production that was almost perfect (buds could’ve been denser and raw potency could’ve been higher).  She cloned like a pro, grew like a rabbit, had great bag appeal, flavor, and aroma that everyone loved.  Scents were similar to a funkier Sweet Island Skunk that were mostly skunk-dominant with a little extra something funky that’s hard to pinpoint.  The sweet, almost tropical sunscreen scent exhibited during growth was less prevalent after cure but still present when finished properly.  There was something additional in the palette I can’t identify.  She was so unique, I’ll never forget her scent and can even smell her now thinking back.  So unique… So very, very special; she could be smelled in someone’s pocket when they walked (double-zipped) through the door. 
Shortly after the cut was gifted to me, my buddy told me he unknowingly went against the owner’s wishes and asked me to destroy her.  I was GUTTED; felt like I needed to puke tears because I’d really grown to love her flavor and effects.  I was given Blessings to dust her with my Sleeskunk male and breed that progeny (which is where this lady came from) but not to use the mother cut as direct breeding stock. . 
I didn’t hesitate to honor my friend’s wishes but to this day NEVER accepted another cut from anyone – this is my heartbreaker, if there ever was one in cannabis.
As for the Sleeskunk crossing… I’m not sure whether the pairing was unfortunate, whether it wasn’t meant to be, or whether the mother didn’t breed well but it took too many seeds to find a worthy resemblance of her.  Those I found were GOLD but rare (less than 10% showing)….
Finished quick, produced truckloads, and retained some of the intoxicating flavors of the mother; exotic, skunky, funky tropical sunscreen, rank, pungent yumness….  A true lost gem that finished as quick as 7.5 weeks.
Here’s to hoping the freebies yield some of that lost magic; no telling what to expect with the babies.

(DLA 5 x Goji OG)
DLA 5 (P/A)  #1
– I absolutely loved this plant.  Dubbed “P/A” during veg for its mostly peach/apricot nose, the fruity scent completely faded by the end of flower.  Cured out, she was a combination of beefy/earthy, chocolatey kush, and skunky/saucy goodness.. 
Tested eight of these and four were female; all were fire.  All were extremely sugary/resinous, well more than either parent and very, very, very potent. The first time I smoked the progeny, I damn near puked because by the time I realized how strong they were, I’d smoked too much.  Everyone who smoked these had the same experience.  Truly not recommended for beginners (not being cute/exaggerating – one of these produced some of the strongest herb I’ve ever smoked).
Finished in 9 – 9.5 weeks with average to heavy production and trichs as sticky as flytape.  Literally.
Here’s to hoping y’all have the same results…..

(DLA 5 “tri” x Goji OG)
DLA 5 (TRI) #2
– “Tri” was a true triploid.  She had less of a fruit nose than #1 but smoked/cured (relatively) the same.  While she had an amazing high, too, she wasn’t quite as special as #1, lacking in that raw, uh-oh potency.  Bulletproof resilience to rainy, outdoor conditions and that’s why she was used in addition to #1.  Finished in 10 weeks with average production.  

(Agent Orange x Goji OG)
Agent Orange #1 and #2
– Chosen from almost 40 Agent Orange plants, this was one of my favorite ladies of summer.  Orange Earth aromas with seamless translation to joint that lasted till roach, she was an absolute monster producer with an amazing structure that finished in less than 9 weeks.  Nice, balanced high with legs.  Very little difference in the two phenos.
*** #1 is the same mother being used in my Ultimate Orange project (formerly noted as Orangegasm).

(Mahayana x Goji OG)
Mahayana
– One of Karma’s earlier creations and his only outdoor endeavor (to my knowledge), I believe Mahayana deserved more recognition.
I’m sad I didn’t run these when they were gifted to me years ago because only a handful germed last spring.  The exotic-flavored flowers were one of my favorite of the season.  If you’re familiar with the strains, imagine a grape wine mixed with a heavy, berry-Goji OG essence, crossed with a THICK flavor of Purple Urkle and hint of over-ripened tropical fruit.  If you’re unfamiliar with those strains… imagine purple as a flavor (grape Laffy Taffy mixed with a diluted version of grape soda) and floral gassiness mixed with grape-wine hard candy that was 100%, full-on unique… this exotic lady was other worldly compared to many flavors of today. 
I would’ve believed she was equatorial, had I not known better…  Not sure whether this was a lucky find or commonplace for the strain but I was highly impressed in almost every way.
The high was immediate, heady, and nostalgic/old school type of laid back, munchy, giggly, with a slight body buzz at the end.  Munchy-inducing and super social, such a beautiful, exotic surprise we found here.   Finished in 9.5 weeks.

(Nepali OG x Goji OG)
Nepali OG/Good Medicine
– When my father was dying, Bodhi sent me tons of CBD beans to search for special medicine.  With my old man’s early passing, I decided to run the lot and find my favorite in hopes of paying forward healing blessings.  Good Medicine/BX, Herijuana x Good Med, Barefoot Doctor, Nepali OG x Good Med, and a few more I can’t remember, this lady was my favorite, BY FAR.  More pain relief and amazing edibles came from this line than any in the group.  Finished in 10 weeks.  Tasted like an old school, Earthy hash mixed with pine forest floor.
(At a loss how to properly thank you, brother B.  I just hope you read this and understand that.) 
*** also noted as “Medicine Milk,”  this is the same mother being used in my Healing Fields project.


PAPAS:

 

Goji OG, by Bodhi Seeds, is a cross of Nepali OG and Snow Lotus. 

The two males used in this year’s Goji crosses were chosen to most closely match my favorite female of the group.  They shared her shorter, stockier stature as well as a unique aromas/flavors.  They both exhibited a similar, very complex blend of Earthy, almost Bubba-Kush type of scents and sugared out heavily at the end of their cycle.  The mother was as potent as most any smoke I can remember lately and that’s the sole aim/intent of this selection.

PLEASE NOTE: Until more grow reports are received on these freebies, please treat them as testers.

Big Sur Holy Weed Crosses

 

MAMAS:

 

(Blue Blooded HP x Big Sur Holy Weed)
Blue Blooded Hashplant
– A private collaboration with Useful Seeds, this project featured my Blueberry Hashplant (mama) and his bleeding Dragonsblood Hashplant F4 (papa).  I ran almost forty of this cross and selected my favorite female that carried the bleeding trait and preferred buzz.  The odd thing about this girl was the way she expressed an almost transparent, violet/burgundy sap in her midribs but nowhere else.  
The buzz was more cerebral than body with a different kind of potency than I’m used to.  It’s like you didn’t realize her strength until you tried to stand up and/or talk… forget what you’re in the kitchen looking for type of feeling.  Flavors leaned toward the mother with something extra… almost an exotic, tropical twist.  Think of blueberry hashish flavors topped with tropical fruit hard candy…yumtown to the max…
Once placed in the outdoor garden, she outgrew/outproduced literally every other plant of summer and floored us with her vigorous, bulletproof resilience.  Quick finish outdoors and completely finished indoors at 8 weeks.  Bud to leaf was less than desired but was otherwise a highly desirable, terp-heavy sugar factory.
*** one of the mothers being used in my Black Love project.

(Nepali OG/Good Medicine x Big Sur Holy Weed)
Nepali OG/Good Medicine
– When my father was dying, Bodhi sent me tons of CBD beans to search for special medicine.  With my old man’s early passing, I decided to run the lot and find my favorite in hopes of paying forward healing blessings.  Good Medicine/BX, Herijuana x Good Med, Barefoot Doctor, Nepali OG x Good Med, and a few more I can’t remember, this lady was my favorite, BY FAR.  More pain relief and amazing edibles came from this line than any in the group.  Finished in 10 weeks.  Tasted like an old school, Earthy hash mixed with pine forest floor.
(At a loss how to properly thank you, brother B.  I just hope you read this and understand that.) 
*** also noted as “Medicine Milk,” this is the same mother being used in my Healing Fields project.

(Shoreline/Sleeskunk x Big Sur Holy Weed)
Shoreline/Sleeskunk
– Gifted a few cuts of the original Shoreline around 2012 – 2013, I have a love affair with this plant unlike any other in my past.  The cut I received was super loud with very unique terps.  When I hear the word “dank,” Shoreline, Chemdog, and RKS come to mind first. 
Shoreline had commercial production that was almost perfect (buds could’ve been denser and raw potency could’ve been higher).  She cloned like a pro, grew like a rabbit, had great bag appeal, flavor, and aroma that everyone loved.  Scents were similar to a funkier Sweet Island Skunk that were mostly skunk-dominant with a little extra something funky that’s hard to pinpoint.  The sweet, almost tropical sunscreen scent exhibited during growth was less prevalent after cure but still present when finished properly.  There was something additional in the palette I can’t identify.  She was so unique, I’ll never forget her scent and can even smell her now thinking back.  So unique… So very, very special; she could be smelled in someone’s pocket when they walked (double-zipped) through the door. 
Shortly after the cut was gifted to me, my buddy told me he unknowingly went against the owner’s wishes and asked me to destroy her.  I was GUTTED; felt like I needed to puke tears because I’d really grown to love her flavor and effects.  I was given Blessings to dust her with my Sleeskunk male and breed that progeny (which is where this lady came from) but not to use the mother cut as direct breeding stock. . 
I didn’t hesitate to honor my friend’s wishes but to this day NEVER accepted another cut from anyone – this is my heartbreaker, if there ever was one in cannabis.
As for the Sleeskunk crossing… I’m not sure whether the pairing was unfortunate, whether it wasn’t meant to be, or whether the mother didn’t breed well but it took too many seeds to find a worthy resemblance of her.  Those I found were GOLD but rare (less than 10% showing)….
Finished quick, produced truckloads, and retained some of the intoxicating flavors of the mother; exotic, skunky, funky tropical sunscreen, rank, pungent yumness….  A true lost gem that finished as quick as 7.5 weeks.
Here’s to hoping the freebies yield some of that lost magic; no telling what to expect with the babies.

(Headbanger x Big Sur Holy Weed)
Headbanger #1
– One of three F1’s chosen from over fifty beans gifted to me by Karma (years apart; one pack from the initial release and two from later drops… another couple dozen he hand-picked during our 2015 Cannabis Cup trip).  I selected the hardest-hitting, funkiest ladies of the group with shorter statures, thicker stems, and mostly sour/Earthy flavors.  Scents of Earthy kush and bubblegum dipped in diesel with rock hard tops (multi-topped into bushes).  Finished in ~10.5 weeks.  Buzz was similar to old school Sour Diesel with a bit more of a sedative kick.  *** #2, #3, and #4 are the same being worked in my Karmageddon project.

(Exodus Cheese x Big Sur Holy Weed)
Exodus Cheese
– Selected from Greenhouse’s first release, this S1 was a labor of love sewn out of respect for Franco’s passion and obvious respect for the plant.  Just watching the way he handled her illustrated his reverence and love.  Point blank, I wanted to grow something he had a hand in creating and really loved Cheese at the time… 
The scent was the bang-on fully leaded, high-octane cheese you’d expect from the mother and something I’ve seldom experienced in seed form.  The flavor was the same with the damnedest kick of steak sauce on the exhale. Munchies galore.  Cheesy smiles for hours.  Finished in 9.5 – 10 weeks. 
(I wasn’t fortunate enough to meet Franco.  My wife and I fell in love with his enthusiasm, respect, and passion for the plant by watching the same videos everyone else watched.  Would’ve loved to’ve met him but never had the privilege and don’t wanna give that impression.)  
*** this is one of the mothers being used in my Bacon Cheeseburger project.

(Apollo 11/Big Sur Holy Bud x Big Sur Holy Weed)
Apollo 11/Big Sur Holy Bud
– I’ve never smoked confirmed Big Sur from cut so I can only assume this (pick of the litter) was an Apollo leaner?  Buzz was uplifting, creative, clear-minded, racey but not paranoid.  My wife enjoyed the buzz more but I couldn’t resist throwing it in the summer BSHW run in hopes of creating a magical Big Holy reunion. 
Finished in 10.5 weeks.

(Goji Fireburst x Big Sur Holy Weed)
Goji Fireburst #1 and #2
– I believe this was a cross of Goji OG (Bodhi Seeds) and Purple Fire Thai (Snow High Seeds) created by Green Team Genetics and gifted to me at the 2015 Denver Cannabis cup but can’t say for certain/don’t remember exactly.  In either case, the expression of thin-leafed, long-flowering plants reminded me of smoke my old man grew when I was growing up.   
High was uplifting but probably too heady for some (dreamy, slightly paranoid).  Flavor was an old school, hashy, cinnamony, an overall richness that’s too complex for me to describe.  
*** #2 was dubbed “Tri” / “trifoliate” for its extended period of trifoliate (3 finger leafs) and triploid (3 cotyledons, 3 stems per node, etc) expressions during veg.  


 

PAPAS:

 

Big Sur Holy Weed, by Coastal Seeds, is a well-known heirloom (from Coastal California) that’s been graciously worked and released by Coastal’s very own preservation specialist, the highly-respected Kagyu.   

Two F1 males that most closely resembled my favorite (smoking) female of the group were selected for this year’s freebies. Hoping they pass on something relatively similar to her buzz, she had an eye-crossing potency with the ability to make me feel dumb or forgetful (a delightful, refreshing effect I find missing from most smoke these days).
Both males were shorter/stockier, flowered later, and shared a profoundly more pungent aroma than the rest. Candy hearts dipped in a diluted, gassy-diesel love juice, I wish I could give justice to their scent. If the males pass on the sister’s mind-numbing buzz or shared terp profile (even slightly), these freebies will be so beyond special you’ll want a bigger boat.
(The utmost love and respect to Kagyu for his Blessings on this project.)

PLEASE NOTE: Until more grow reports are received on these freebies, please treat them as testers.

Useful Christmas BOGO Freebies

 

Freebie List: 3 In The Pink x Wolf Pack  |  Super Lemon Haze x Sour Diesel  |  Headbanger #4 x Wolf Pack  |  Bag Of Oranges x Jabba’s Stash  |  Blueberry/Agent Orange x Sour Diesel  |  Chocolate Trip F4 x Wolf Pack  |  Sour Diesel x I-95  |  Banana OG x I-95  |  Grape Godhead x Sour Diesel  |  Mint Chocolate Trip x Wolf Pack 


 

Mamas: 

 

(3 in The Pink x Wolf Pack)
3 In The Pink – Tennis balls of super sugary, cookie goodness with the broadest leafs I’ve seen.  No larf on this long-legged, near leafless mama.  Her high was intense, long-lasting, and more sedative than anything. 
Super pungent scents, thick flavor, thick trichs… tasted like I rolled up/smoked the whole damn bakery!  Here’s to hoping Wolf Pack can tame her elongated, wily structure.  Finished in 9.5 weeks.

(Super Lemon Haze x Sour Diesel)
Super Lemon Haze
– An S1 REEKING of thick lemon flavors, she could be mistaken for a love child of Lemon Heads and Lemon Starbust.  She tasted indistinguishable from the first SLH I smoked.  Above average production, crazy pistil production, and one of the easiest plants I’ve ever cloned, I really fell in love with this autopilot of a plant.  Heads up – if the progeny follows in mama’s step, they’ll SPRAWL out when topped so proceed with caution!
Finished quick compared to most hazes I’ve grown (9.5 weeks) and had the most creative, thought-provoking, uplifting and long-lasting (but very-clear headed, non-paranoid) high of summer. 

(Headbanger x Wolf Pack)
Headbanger #4
– My favorite of three F1’s chosen from over fifty beans gifted to me by Karma (years apart; one pack from the initial release and two from later drops… another couple dozen he hand-picked during our 2015 Cannabis Cup trip). I selected the hardest-hitting, funkiest ladies of the group with shorter statures, thicker stems, and mostly sour/Earthy flavors.  Scents of Earthy kush and bubblegum dipped in diesel with rock hard tops (multi-topped into bushes).  Finished in ~10.5 weeks.  Buzz was similar to old school Sour Diesel with a bit more of a sedative kick.
*** currently part of my Karmageddon project.

(Bag Of Oranges x Jabba’s Stash)
Bag of Oranges
– Incredibly zesty, citrus-based scents that translated to the joint, my Bag Of Oranges S1 produced a mouthful of tongue-coating citrus I’ve never experienced outside of extracts.  I’ve described the flavor as a tangerine version of mechanic’s hand cleaner that coated the mouth in a waxy film of the flavor.
Super dense purple and green flowers that were an ideal social smoke for almost any occasion, the buzz was balanced with a flavor everyone loved.
This was one of my wife’s favorites from 2019 and one of my favorite oranges I’ve grown to date.  Had her potency been stronger, she could’ve made my top 10 all-time list; just can’t brag enough about her.  Bag appeal out the wazoo.
Finshed in 9 weeks.  Hats off to a dear buddy for one of my favorite orange creations of the last two decades.

(Blueberry/Agent Orange x Sour Diesel)
Blueberry/Agent Orange
– This was a pleasant surprise that almost never came to be.  A few years ago, I ran some old, early-release DJ Blueberry packs and found one spot-on blueberry girl that reminded me of the smoke from my youth.  The plant was very small, hard to grow, etc… but the taste and high were perfect.  At the time, I had an ongoing Orange project that yielded an amazing Agent Orange male and used it to pollinate the small Blueberry girl (just for kicks because I didn’t find a worthy Blueberry male).
The progeny was an unexpected, fairy-tale pairing that yielded monster production and increased sugar with a fortunate retention of mom’s killer Blueberry flavors.  Extreme production, great bud to leaf, true keeper potential if you’re searching for a strong, old school buzz…. just an incredibly surprising joy in our garden.  Finished in 8.5 to 9.5 weeks. 

(Chocolate Trip F4 x Wolf Pack)
Chocolate Trip F4
– Selected for her monstrous Christmas tree shape, long-lasting buzz, and chocolatey remnant in flavor/scent (back-end of old school hashy, rich soil flavors on exhale).  This gal smoked great, loved to make babies, and was originally a backup for a Chocolate Diesel recreation project that didn’t get used.  Top shelf expectations for my Wolf Pack pairing.  Finished in 9.5 weeks.

(Sour Diesel x I-95)
Sour Diesel
– (Dynasty BX, #24 of 61) The last F2 culled from an ongoing project and too special to completely disregard, her only downfall was a less than desirable, leafy structure.  Before I go any further and not to undersell her potency, I want to be perfectly clear how special her buzz was. 
I’ve been Blessed to stand in an AJ’s Sour circle with AJ (Thanks, JJ)… was also fortunate to smoke old sour crosses in NJ over a decade ago and can honestly say I prefer the buzz of this lady as much as any I’ve tried.
Had I not found three ladies (from a run of sixty plus) with better structure and similar highs, this girl would’ve been used to further the line.  Sour till the roach, easy growin, amazing effects, I hit her with my favorite of three 1-95 males and have no clue what to expect in the progeny (due to such diversity in the parents) but expect potency to be off the charts.  Finished in 9.5 weeks.  Very limited.

(Banana OG x I-95)
Banana OG
– This S1 grew on autopilot and expressed a fresh, almost non-existent baby powder/powdered sugar mix of baked goods and something faintly familiar I can’t put my finger on.  I didn’t get that signature, rich banana desert or Laffy Taffy flavor I’d hoped for but enjoyed the smoke enough to put her in the summer freebie garden.  Cautiously optimistic for this cross but not sure what to expect with such opposing parents.  Finished in 9.5 weeks.  

(Grape Godhead x Sour Diesel)
Grape Godhead
– I traded an old forum buddy for an original pack of Godhead many moons ago (dang memory, sorry I can’t remember who or when) and finally got around to popping them last year.  One pheno REALLY stood out as she had the most distinctly robust, grape Jolly Rancher flavor I’ve smelled.  Her buds were VERY dense, some of the densest I’ve grown, and expressed a “flat-top” shape that yielded buckets (thanks, Blockhead).
Amazing smoke and one of the heavier body buzzes of the summer, this lady’s progeny will soon be searched for potential breeding stock.  Zero complaints and could be taken as early as 8.5 weeks but I liked her closer to 10 (flavor became more pronounced with the extra 10-12 days).  An absolute structural standout of the garden and joy to grow.  

(Mint Chocolate Chip x Wolf Pack)
Mint Chocolate Chip – Reluctantly ran a pack as part of Mother’s Day for my wife. I say reluctantly because I couldn’t believe the strain descriptions claiming it tasted like minty chocolate ice cream (sorry, Mike… shame on me).  Funny looking back now… every female we found was minty and/or chocolatey but our favorite tasted identical to Mint Chocolate Chip ice cream which happens to be a favorite of my wife.
She really stood out with pungent aromas and effects of heavy eyes, forgetfulness, and cottonmouth. I haven’t often experienced this type of buzz since my youth.  Testing her, we just sat and laughed in awe and knew we found something special.  (Bravo, Mike, and shame on me for doubting your minty, chocolateness, sir…)
Though bud rot reared its ugly head, we loved the smoke enough to justify crossing with my bulletproof Wolf Pack male and can only hope he doesn’t overpower her special, special flavor while adding Superman joo joo from his resilience-filled love bank.
Heavy yields and an absolute must-try flavor topped only by a high that instantly became a family favorite, I have huge hopes for the Wolf Pack pairing.  10.5 weeks for optimal flavor and buzz.  Hats off, to Mike for this superbly flavorful creation!


Papas: 

 

Wolf Pack – This male was chosen for his super pungent, raw gasoline and burnt chemical nose and expression of super stable, vigorous growth, and monster, monster production.  He was sugar-stacked, thick-stemmed, and stayed hungry during flower.  The pool he was selected from was comprised of my favorites from a collection of genetics up to two decades old.  Out of respect for other breeders and genetics, I won’t mention all the males he “beat out” (in almost every targeted trait) but rest assured he was selected from an Olympic lineup like no other.
Great potential for further breeding stock.

I-95 – Unique aromas of Indian incense and cologne with super dense, OG-like clusters/formations and trichome development like a lady, this was one special male (hats off, Money Mike).  I literally never smelled anything comparable and have the highest expectations for his progeny, especially if his structure gives way and scent transcends.

Sour Diesel – (Dynasty BX) Known as “Sour D Papa” … of 13 other males in his test group, he reeked the most of old school Sour D, started flowering last, and finished first.  Structure was so desirable, I (initially) mistook him as a female.  There wasn’t much keeping this boy from being perfect aside from not being a super heavy producer.  Through his selection process he was ran thrice, revegged twice, and stressed him to the absolute max (with zero signs of instability).
No presence of sweetness was expressed but instead the old school sour tones of diesel and straight up nose-burning funk shone through.   Progeny has shown less than 5% instability to date.
*** this male was used to create my “Sour D Plus” papa that’s currently being tested in a 3rd generation of work.

Jabba’s Stash –  Pollen was donated by Useful Seeds to make a one-time, exclusive freebie.

PLEASE NOTE: Until more grow reports are received on these freebies, please treat them as testers.

Please Contact Us, if you’ve received any freebies from Respect Genetics not listed above.

Enjoy those beans!!!

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