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Index: GrowFAQ : How do I select a male? Added by: MR_NATURAL420 Last edited by: Bongaloid Viewed: 838 times Rated by 6 users: 5.40/10 The only way to determine the value of a plant for breeding is to grow and examine its progeny. The most potent plant might not pass on this trait, and the healthiest plant might not have favorable combining ability . Judging a male by visual appearance and also smoke testing, or
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Unformatted text preview: using bio-assay , should not be discounted, but test crossing the male is the only way to determine it's breeding potential. See also Soul's Selecting Breeding Individuals. .. Last modified: 20:11 - Nov 16, 2000 Quicklink: http://overgrow.com/growfaq/80 GrowFAQ © 2000-2004 Overgrow faq:80 "How do I select a male?" Compiled by QMP3T...
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