BUY (1) SCDK F4 = GET (2) DOLORES FREEBIES
- Strain Name: SkyCuddler Double Kush F4 #2
- Genetics: SCDK (4th Generation) | Heavily Worked Line
- Seed Maker: Freeborn Selections by Mean Gene From Mendocino
- Seed Count: 10 pack
- Seed Type: Regular (Male & Female)
- SkyCuddler Double Kush = KD #3 x SkyCuddlerKush
- KD #3 = (Hollywood Pure Kush x (Sour Diesel x (PK x (Urkel x Black Afi))))
NOTES FROM THE SEEDMAKER
At F4, my favorite line is the one–the #2. The plants produce buds that are almost identical on every plant. Good for hash, good for flower. It smells like marshmallows and soap with underlying petroleum and kush notes.
Sexually stable and very true breeding, they’ll be great for breeding with other things because they’re so predictable, and also very easy to select to make more of the same seed to keep as a pure line. The lineage reads wild but the plants are all PK with a twist of something unique. Bright green frosty buds that have great shelf life.
Interestingly, at one point I had a few of the KD selections cloned and the KD #3 got confused for the PK and I thought I was making PK x SkyCuddlerKush. It wound up being a happy accident because the KD#3 was a huge resin producer, had big flower yields and she was the right kind of plant for water hash production.
That cross came out fairly consistent right away but there was a certain type I liked best in it so I bred it forward a few times to create this F4 #2 line.
I consider this to be a very high quality line.
NOTES ABOUT MEAN GENE’S DOLORES FREEBIE
Dolores is a Pure Mexican–not long flowering, very hardy and does good in pretty rough weather.
I got them from my friends Shawn and David – they came from their friend down by Big Sur that has had them since way back, at least the 70s.
Light green and frosty looking, it reminds me of our old northern lights clone. It should breed well with modern stuff (untested indoors but I’d try it since it never herms outdoors).
Most are taller with more narrow leaves but not extreme narrow leaf, a few have slightly broader leaves and more round golf ball nugs but I used my two favorite tall narrow males to make these.
Most of these need support because the buds are fairly dense and resinous and the stems aren’t robust. They have resin that can likely wash but the heads aren’t as big as I’d like to see for a hash plant. I’d expect them to cross we’ll with something with bigger heads though to make hash hybrids since they’re very resinous and not greasy. Screened hash from them has the nice yellow color I remember from the 80s and 90s.