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Sunday, July 17, 2022 North Shore Boyz Mill Bay, British Columbia

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Now this is the 1911 Chan (North) and finally got a baby on the main vine after refusing to produce one earlier. Female flowers all over the secondaries, was just stubborn on the main, but finally pollinated on July 12th with 14 secondaries on each side all at 15’ each.

Here is the brain teaser, the 1911 Chan (South plant) has regular sized leaves and some moderate yellowing (early cold I believe) and the 1911 Chan (North plant) is a very delicate plant with small, abundant leaves, incredible rooting but has very yellow leaves (also I believe because of the cold June). The “B Gene” is possible since all 3 of our plants are displaying the same characteristic, and are all from the same lineage.
 



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