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Monkeyluv
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It's great to here how this all came about. Thanks for the history lesson Gu.

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 Anonymous
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Posted by: HUA

any chance of a chem 91 x stardawg?   

got CD bx3  and 91 bx2 f2 and have them stashed in the vault. I have been proclaiming the virtues of chemdawg since I first smoked it, then grew the cut out in Salem, OR a few yrs back. I have smoked most everything, including midwest brick for years and the fact is, and I have this argument often with friends, lolz, but the one strain that cures that all that ails me, and thats quite a few ailments, ChemD is my medicine. I have found some other strains I like, not lots, but a few. I am not one for yield, well kinda, but taste, ease of growth, etc, I worry bout firepower. Chem delivers it everytime, and its not hard to grow.

 

Question for Gu:  What do you exactly look for in your male, your stud notwithstanding? I look for vigor, looks like a lady and a quick show of sex with a smelly stem rub. Some ole timer friends of mine swear on saving and smoking, Im just not gonna do that, lol. I figure its at least a lil like dogs, you throw two good ones together, odds are something good will come out of it. Also, I like something else you stated, as much as I like some OG's, I hardly ever see the males used, but when a Chem male is used with an OG, usually end up with a great mix also. See a lot of reversed OG's.  I hate hazes, I hate taste meds, again, strictly firepower. Also neat that your bx on the new StarDawg was the Ghost. Thanks for all you do. Peace and karma.

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Rho-bi
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Posted by: Gu~

You have to see it's progeny unfortunately. There is no easy way around it.

Once a male proves himself, it's game on. Most males do not.

Yeah man, a good male is super hard to find. A lot of people will go through literally hundreds before getting a keeper. And you really won't know for sure until you test it out. People seem to "look" for a male that produces crazy amounts of pollen, are pungent smelling when you rub the stalk, and hopefully shows tricomes/frost on the leaves. Some promote shorter plants and others say size is irrelevant.

Nice job on the history lesson. I've heard it a million times, but it's always fun. (speaking of males, young, foolish, Mr. Chemdog got one out of the seeds and tossed it! A lesson to all who find a special strain- keep the males! if nothing else, to make a single batch of seeds for future hunting-) I wonder if anybody has ever looked to who originated it- know it was supposedly from then Cal./Org. boarder...

One thing I never got though, was how it went from "Chemdog" to "Chemdawg"- was that JJ?

 

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Oggy
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curious the know what characteristics are you searching for that might surpass Star Dawg

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Paul S
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There's a killer cherry cream pie pheno that's floating around.  Have you tried crossing this male to it yet?

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