This crossing starts with a few seeds of Uzbekistan, which were reproduced in order to obtain more seeds and make a wider selection, then 5 females and 5 males out of 80 grown specimens were selected. These were crossed, one by one, in order to obtain the lineage we were looking for.
The goal was to achieve an exquisite fruity stabilize phenotype detected in several individuals, productive and fully loaded with resin to isolate a mother and to use it as a basis for other crosses.
Once we managed to obtain the stabilized strain the search for potential partners, among our gene pool, began. The one selected was a OG Kush San Fernando Valley, for it brought more power and could squeeze more buds without losing copious amounts of resin from the Uzbek mother.