This double backcross resembles the parent mom in both looks and smell. Having a slightly smoother toke and much easier on the lungs but still similar enough to the A-13 to confuse someone not extremely familiar with the mom. Only a small percentage retain there Purple coloring.
Grower Report - The Pie-eyed Piper on October 20, 2005, 2:41 am
Out of 10 seeds all 10 popped in peat pellets, 7 were females. Six plants vegged under 1000W HPS for approx. 6 weeks. Two plants showed purple traits, while the rest were of the green pheno type and much more potent. The purps had more of a fruity taste and smell.