Dominator seeds

Dominator

Dominator is the result of my prize-winning Kushage #16 that won the 3rd place in the 2008 IC420 Breeders Cup (Sativa category). She is crossed with my proven Jack Herrer #22 male. The Jack gives it a more spice taste and also provides an addition to the overall yield. The Kushage #16 is a very Sativa dominant plant and it shines through to the taste and high of this Kushage x Jack mix.

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Genetics: Kushage #16 (2008 cup cut) x Jack #22 male

Type: Hybrid

Flowering Time: 9 -12 weeks

Height: Tall

Yield: High

Release Year: 2011

Awards: 3rd Place in the Sativa Seed Company category at the 2011 Hightimes Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam, entry by Karma G.

Credits: Created by Karma Genetics with a thanks to TH Seeds for the Great Kushage seeds!

Dominator (Cucumber/slicing)

Early maturing. Gynoecious. Dominator is dark green with exceptional size and shape. Dependable, widely adapted to all growing areas. Outstanding quality, consistent production and high yields. Pkt. contains 50 seeds.

Early maturing. Gynoecious. Dominator is dark green with exceptional size and shape. Dependable, widely adapted to all growing areas. Outstanding quality, consistent production and high yields. Will dominate the market because it is that good. Fruit length: 8.5 in/21 cm. Resistance/Tolerance: IR; Ccu, CMV, Co, Pcu, Psl, Px. Pkt. contains 50 seeds.

“F” prefixed seed contains the class ingredient neonicotinoids.

CUCUMBERS – SLICING

Field Crop. Sow @ 2 lbs/.9 kg per acre, 1 oz./28 gr. per 100 hills @ 8 seeds per hill.

CULTURE: For extra early crops sow indoors May 1st, 0.5 in/13 mm deep in 2.25-3 in/58-78 mm peat pots @ 5 seeds per pot. Cover seed and firm. Maintain a minimum soil temperature of 65-70°F/19-21°C degrees for proper germination. Seed will not germinate in cold ground! Transplant outdoors in rich sandy loam, after June 10th as plants will not grow vigorously in cool soil unless some sort of protection is used. Sow 0.5 in/13 mm deep in hills of 6 seeds per hill, firm soil. Space 2 ft/61 cm apart in rows 4-5 ft/122-152 cm apart. Thin each hill to 4 seedlings when they are about 1 in/26 mm high. In the home garden where space is limited, train vines over a piece of snow fence or a vertical trellis. Pinch the top growth off and train the vine sideways. Field grown crops require about 5 sq ft/0.47 sq m per plant. Pick fruit frequently to keep plants producing. Protect plants from striped beetles and spray leaves with mild fungicide every 10 days.