Hey folks, I have an old landrace strain of sativa genetics from Panama that is a vigorous grower, very disease resistant, and an absolute pleasure to smoke, both potency and flavor. The bouquet ranges from grapefruit to mango/very typical loose sativa structure, and w/o a pic of the buds the best I can do to compare in terms of looks is Arjan's Haze. The problem. I have grown this strain out 6 to 8 times, and each time, depending on whether I early or late planted, I get anywhere from 10 to 40% hermies. Usually they are tale-tell atypical preflowers that can be identified and culled before any problems arise. Other times a seemingly "true" female will totally reverse and start throwing nutsacks everywhere.This is a major problem when guerilla growing and I love the strain so I don't want to abandon it just yet. Another problem is the rarity of getting a true male from this strain. The question: If I take a true male of another hybrid of S.E Asian and Afghani, which has never shot a hermie on me, and pollenate one of the females from the Panamanian genetics will it be possible to create seeds that will be true breeding? I'm thinking this is gonna be my experiment for next year, but would love to hear any input. thanks.