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A resinous female under 4′ in height with little lateral branching is pictured in photos one through four.  This plant is the offspring of a female that was pollinated by staminate flowers that appeared at some of the calyx on the female parent plant.  In the drug-type marijuana gene pool, an ovum fertilized by pollen from staminate flowers on a female plant, itself or others, can produce seeds that grow a resinous, long-day flowering female offspring.  But this does not necessarily translate into August parthenocarpia in the Northern Hemisphere.  In the instant case, for example, this drug-type marijuana is from the Giant Purple branch of the Indica gene pool; its parthenocarpia is "short day" and not expressed until after the Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere.  Thus, in this gene pool, the only way to get the capitate-stalked glandular trichome to show up in August in the Northern Hemisphere is to pollinate!  The daylengths on the indicated dates correspond to 35NLat.

                         Photo #1 August 5: 

          Photo #2 August 15:  Meristem pinched on the 7th.

                            Photo #3 August 23: 


         Photo #4 September 6: 


On August 5, pollen from a tall Mexican male with good lateral branching was used to pollinate the floral bracts on the lower branches on the resinous long-day flowering plant pictured in photos one through four.  A medium-sized stainless steel bowl was placed beneath the staminate flowers once they had started to shed pollen. 

And the pollen was encouraged to fall into the bowl by shaking the plant.


Then, taking a small watercolor brush and moving it around the pollen that had been collected in the bowl, some floral bracts were pollinated on August 5th by tapping the brush to shed the pollen onto the stigma pairs.

By August 23rd the capitate-stalked glandular trichomes are clearly visible to the naked eye on the floral bracts and concomitant leaves.  Note the difference between the meristem’s unpollinated floral bracts and concomitant leaves in photos one through four and the pollinated floral bracts and concomitant leaves in photos five through eight.

        Photo #5 August 23:

                 Photo #6 September 6: 


            Photo #7 September 6: 


            Photo #8 September 6:  August pollinationMexican 


     Photo #9 September 18:  Mexico greets the sunrise 


Photo #10 September 18:  Majority of seeds ripe.  Harvesting can begin. 


         September 22: Mexican harvest 


Two days in a grocery bag laying on its side with the top open on the bed in the bedroom after the trim to let it mellow.  Turn the bag over three or four times a day.  Then all day in the paper bag on the front seat of a truck or car facing South with the windows rolled up.  That night it is brought back indoors and put in a baking pan made of aluminum for it to finish.  HINT!  Stay away from the plastic baggie to dry and cure the dope.  The baggie is only good for the scam to create the ersatz marijuana look-a-like that was and is popularized by High Times and other decoy operations.  Plastic baggie cured dope is a sure route to Acute Bronchitis.

                 Photo #11 September 14: Harvesting the plant in Photo #1 after an August 5 pollination

Pictured in Photo #11 is the September 12 harvest of the lower branches of plant in Photo #1 that were pollinated August 5.  Some of the seeds were so ripe they were getting ready to fall out of the floral bract.

      Photo #12 September 12: plant X 


The female pictured in photo #12 (plant X) is the result when pollen from a second generation male plant from the Giant Purple gene pool fertilizes the ovum of a second generation female from the same gene pool.  The result in this case is a third generation female whose flowering is much later than desired and which would have to wait for pollination until September.  Pollen from a staminate flower’s anther that appeared on a female from any gene pool could restore early flowering to the subsequent female offspring.  Plant X, however, was pollinated September 12th with pollen from a 6′ Mexican male that had good lateral branching–and whose female counterpart exhibited long-day flowering ready for pollination in mid-August.  The seeds that grew these Mexican plants were from December parthenocarpic females that had produced their own pollen to fertilize the respective ovums.  Will the lateral branching and size of the male be carried over to the subsequent female generation along with flowering ready for pollination in mid-August?  Stay tuned.

September 12th, of course, is the last day for pollination to begin in order for the capitate-stalked glandular trichomes’ resin spheres to appear prior to the Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere.

Photo #13 September 18:  Sunrise, plant X, six days after pollination began. photo11plant

And the capitate-stalked glandular trichomes’ resin spheres have shown up before the Equinox deadline.  If this plant can be kept going through the short days of December, it is more likely than not that a lone anther full of pollen will poke out of any newly formed floral bract or a fully formed staminate flower will make its appearance at one of the calyx because a nine-hour photoperiod is known to make this happen in all the drug-type marijuana gene pools.

Within each drug-type marijuana’s gene pool is a flowering timetable that may or may not be dominant for all the offspring.  The ideal is a plant that has substantial flowering ready for pollination at least by mid-August in the Northern Hemisphere.  Or it has become parthenocarpic at least by mid-August.

The more days of sunlight the capitate-stalked glandular trichomes are exposed to before the Equinox, the more the chemical change in the cannabinoid pathway favors THC.  Eventually, however, a point is reached where no more chemical change can take place because all the precursor native to the individual capitate-stalked glandular trichome has been used up or "fully realized"– and if the UVB photon is in the light stream then it is more likely than not that it has been "fully realized" into THC.  But not all capitate-stalked glandular trichomes can attain this "fully realized" state because of their position on the plant relative to the sunlight.  Marijuana planted against a West-facing fence, for example, is not going to have as much chemical change taking place on the plant’s North and East side as it will have on the plant’s South and West.  In any case, the top of the plant will be exposed to more UVB than the bottom of the plant because of the inverse square law.  Which is why the top of the plant is known to be more psychoactive than the bottom.