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Terra Preta

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Hey Team, I've successfully reversed a Barneys Farm Purple Punch and collected her pollen in a 50% R/H Humidity environment and the pollen isn't viable.. My question is, throughout the Colloidial Silver application the R/H fluctuates above favorable conditions, so will that moisture content effect the viability of the pollen?
And, is controlling the R/H on that part of the reversing process necessary to produce viable pollen? I'm aware of the multiple variables (Genetics, Environment, Storage) involved
could dissuade people to "give up" but I'm determined to be successful at Cross Pollination. Cheers Team..
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Welcome to Chuckers Paradise. Maybe @Heisenbeans will drop in and answer your question. He has videos on YouTube that might help. Good luck.
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