For a first try at making seeds, I think cross-pollination attempts are risky. Should you learn to walk before you run? Most cross-pollinations fail and lead nowhere. Those that are viable can take an expert breeder years to stabilize. If this is your first rodeo, consider producing seeds without creating a new strain. It's fun to make up new names, but the reality of the situation is a little more complicated.
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