Ghost Pebbles 95 is a cross made using a freebie I made; Ghost Cookies 95 as the mother. Ghost Cookies 95 is a cross of Rawman’s Ghost Cookies & Top Dawg seeds Money Mike’s i95. The phenos used in the pollination were selected by the late Cuts2clones & extremely resinous cookie dominant hybrids backed with funky OG fuel. With the Cookie Pebbles in the mix, the Ghost Pebbles 95 phenos will be squatter & will have notes of candied creaminess dependent on pheno.
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Flower Cycle: 63-70 Days.
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Tristar Pebbles is a unknown variety from Green Team Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±67 days ) and outdoors . Green Team Genetics’ Tristar Pebbles is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
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Tristar Pebbles is a cross using my selected Sodium Sunburns “Triangle Kush x Stardawg” to the Cookie Pebbles. Triangle Kush & Stardawg are both amazing on their own, but the mix of these two done by Sodium Sunburn using his legendary “the dude” Stardawg male is something special. The pheno used was a super frosty, slightly squatter, TK leaner. The results thus far have been chunky, OG structure nugs with slight yet pungent candied creaminess.
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Keep the node in place until it has developed roots and a few leaves. At this point it is capable of living as a separate plant.
Watch for your berry plants to put out runners. These runners have small bumps, called nodes, that will produce new plants if allowed to grow. Tristars normally produce most of their runners early in the season, so this is the best time to propagate them.
Fill one or more small pots with sandy loam. Add enough soil to the pot so that it is nearly full.
Tristar is a day-neutral variety of strawberry that is easy to propagate and grow in most home gardens, providing fruit all season long. These strawberries tend to prefer cooler climates or sheltered spots and will thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 3 through 9, which includes most of the Bay Area. Experts recommend that you replace your strawberry plants every three to four years for best results. Instead of having to buy them you can propagate new plants from your existing ones, then replace the old ones with the younger, more vigorous plants when it’s time.
Guide the runner into the pot and carefully adjust it so that a single node touches the soil in the pot. Use two or three small stones to weight the runner down to hold it in place so that the node cannot lose contact with the soil. The runners are fairly flexible, but be careful not to break them or the new plants will not be able to grow.
Place one or more containers near the mother plant. The container must be located so that the node on the runner reaches the planting medium and rests easily in the pot. You may want to bury the container near the plant to make it easier for the runner to reach.
Cut the runner between the mother plant and the new one. You can now move or transplant the newly propagated plant.