KOS – New G
$25.50 – $46.75
NAME: New G F1 (4-Way)
GROWING/BREEDING STYLE: True Living Organics (TLO)
LINEAGE: Candyman Haze x G13 Haze
YIELD/SIZE: Very Large
FLOWERING TIME INDOORS: 10 to 11 Weeks
SMELLS: Classic Acrid Haze with Dank and Candy Notes.
FLAVORS: Very Piercing Dank and Acrid with Subtle Candy Undertones with Possible Lemon-Lime Afterburner
PHOTOPERIODS: Sprouting 16/8 (or 12/12 for first 10 days), Veg 18/6, Flowering 12/12
SATIVA/INDICA/RUDI RATIOS: Essentially, a 50/50 Classic Indica Sativa Hybrid Leaning Sativa Just a Smidge – See Maternal Phenotype Below
HARVEST OUTDOORS: 2nd Half of October – Northern Hemisphere
GERMINATION RATIO: 90%+
BREEDING STYLE: Regular Seeds – Using Real Males – No Selfing, Reversing, or Femming Used Anywhere in KOS’ Breeding Philosophy
New G by KOS
Two epic Hazy hybrids meet in this cross. The yields be very-very good with very large colas. The resin production and terpenes are abundant and profound. Highly exotic stuffs right here. Anytime you bring a couple of olden Haze lines back together in a hybrid you normally get some serious fireworks, in my experience. I know there’s a few of you older breeders out there that know exactly what I mean by that.
Don’t miss out on this one my friends. These are going to be uber smelly, while growing, and afterwards, so take this into account. All the P1s wafted hard core dank and acrid fuel/resin; definitely not a good choice to keep a low-profile garden regarding smells while growing.
Both of these P1 breeder Haze hybrids are very large yielding lines, so you can expect epic yields here if you treat them right. The cola size is also very large and these are the kind of plants we used to use buds from to make “Christmas Trees” in our houses with 2.5-foot buds. Yup, mini ornaments, the whole nine yards.
Male Breeder(s) Deets: 1 superior f3 male Candyman Haze was the paternal P1 in this cross. I had used this selected f3 male to inbreed my Candyman Haze line, and he was a winner all the way around. He was selected from a pool of about 10 Candyman Haze males through two cycles. He was large yielding with excellent resin potential and very stinky.
Female Breeder(s) Deets: 3 G13 Haze females were the maternal P1s in this cross. These females emerged due to my test grow of the G13 F3 line and they were exceptional indeed. Fairly classic Hashplant resin properties when it came to high-type, woah! As well as in appearance on the plant with those sugar-coated bud leafletts especially coated around the edges. Big yielding and wicked smelly, just how we likes ‘em!
Hammer time! Both of these P1 lines are very potent with the Candyman side having long legs (length of effects) and will keep you elevated for hours. The potential here for serious standouts is very high. In my experience anytime you recombine separate lines of SEA (South East Asian) cannabis strains you get a lot of super-females that represent the whole SEA yikes-reputation, in a big way. Like big-big. The kind of smoke that changes your reality that you will never forget. The Hazes both “live” strongly in each of the P1 breeder hybrids. Epic chit is quite likely in like a third to half of the females. They’ll all be good, really good, but make no mistake, there will be high percentages of epic females—clone hunters paradise.
Of the 3 maternal P1 G13 f3 females, two were stacked and stocky with a real Warlock kind of look. The other female was a def Haze dominant recombination. Very gooey and stinky like a Haze. Strong lemon and acrid resin/fuel. The one Haze phenotype Flowered 11 weeks and was a much larger and very hungry female. Seriously floating in the clouds ride on this female. Can get a little intense so tread lightly if your tolerance is lower. You *may* see an occasional true female hermaphrodite. It will show within the first 3 weeks of flowering at the latest. Easy to spot and kill. I’m not expecting them here, but we do have some wicked old Haze lines along with a Frankenstein G13 thing. So just be observant. I stress tested all three female breeders for sexual health and they all passed with flying colors.
These hybrids are basically bulletproof and have zero issues or needs outside of normal growing environments. Neither of the P1s had any special needs, and this New G hybrid was made using 3 G13 Haze f3 females—and I do test the females along their path with regards to things like drought/heat stress tolerances and sexual health. I observed no weaknesses/problems.
If you plan on growing this New G outdoors, I would recommend selecting for the more Haze dominant looking females. The other females are very stacked and dense with large fat buds. They appear to be non-friendly to higher humidities just looking at the phenotype floral structure. But, if humidity is not an issue, those shorter stocky phenotypes will likely grow insane giant bushes.
Indoors the Haze phenotypes need to be kept under control. Not like a full-blown SEA sativa, but some outrageous behavior may ensue. Like, very-very hungry plants. Plants that will outpace other plants regarding water/food needs. I would start out by flowering these Haze dom females smaller than you would think. 10 inches under a 400-watt light may be a prudent move here. All the females liked a lot of light, and heat, and food. But the Haze doms are exceptionally this way. FYI. You should basically have a 2-phenotype spread here. Both are superior in their own exotic ways. Several should really rock the needles. Yup.
Please do not sprout these on a 24/0 photoperiod and KOS recommends 16/8 for sprouting and until 30 days old. Then switch to 18/6. Alternately…
Using a flowering photoperiod of 12/12 on sprouts for their first 10 days above ground, then switching them to an 18/6 or a 16/8 photoperiod will allow you to easily sex them at 30 days of age—give or take 3 days.
Always allow plants to get at least 55 days old from sprouting, before starting to flower for maximum resin production. Plants grown from seed work much better outdoors in the ground than clones do. Alternately, clones work much better in containers than plants from seeds do. Sprout seeds in ambient temps of 75 – 85 deg. F. Obviously KOS always recommends organically growing our gear in living soil for the full appreciation of smells and flavors, among many other reasons—cheers!