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Ginger ale with lemon juice is good too. Dove is funky to me but the lemon juice tones it down. We always soak dove in at least salt water with lemon juice before doing anything else to it. Cuts down on the liver flavor.
I've eaten a lot of dove and this way is by far the best I've had. There was zero liver flavor and it was totally delicious. That lemon lime soda really worked.
Went to yuma arizona over the holiday weekend to do a little dove hunting. Was an amazing trip with a ton of birds flying. And best of all, my wife went with me for the first time ever. I plan to make some tacos with the meat. I'll post some pics of that tomorrow.
The key is to feed weakly, weekly. Then build up from there. It would be really difficult for someone to give you a feeding regimen because there are too many variables and it's highly subjective based on individual growing conditions.
What temp should the dehydrator be set at to get viable seeds after dehydrating?
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I have no clue to be honest. I've seen other threads mention it but I can't remember what was stated. My dehydrator is a cheapy walmart one and doesn't have temperature control. I'll probably pull some seeds from them just to see what happens though.
Very cool, you did well on that one. Makes me wanna grow one.
I have some seeds I can send you from the correct pheno or if you'd like seeds from the off pheno in the picture, I have some drying in the garage but they're not ready yet. My dehydrator is a little on the warm side so not sure how viable those seeds will be. What part of southern CA are you in?