CBD Paradigm Shift #5 Destroying 6 myths of Landrace Cannabis Byadmin December 15, 2021December 15, 2021 The word Land Race in the cannabis community can at a mention stir up a lot of controversy and angst. there is much … source
This was an amazing show
Always an interesting discussion. I don't think I have any landraces, but I may know my way around an heirloom or two
You hit the nail on the head the race for the thc had a bad affect on cannabis quality
Great angles on breeding. Great show.
thanks for the inf0…merry hohoho
Very informative video..I really looking forward to getting some of your seeds one of these days.
Where can I find the New Mexico Land Grant feminized seeds?
✌🏼💚 friend, spreading the 💚 from Vermont 🇺🇸
Excellent information, thank you
1,000 views, 100 likes, 25 comments, and nobody’s written a TLDW?
Collection of landrace since 1990
I grew one outside this year in UK
Not suitable climate (obviously)
I gathered them on location in India
1990. Check my video.
Very interesting structure.
It is also POLYPLOIDAL and suffered no insect damage,grown in a compost pile from old root balls stalks and leaf.
So is it safe to say hermies are more natural because it's landraised?
I really enjoyed your talk, your incense, your mantra and your bud and drumming at the end. cheers from Indiana. Peace out.
I love the "we" part
I love it when North American bagseed gurus Knuck-Splain
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Same here on the seeds,,, I got them from collecting bag seeds. I can not afford to travel the world to meet landrace cannabis so I had to wait for the world of cannabis pass by me.
For 7 years it was a flop but I got seeds, very few. I took these seeds each year and grew next to another collection of bag seeds.
I grew everywhere I could,,, in the woods,, do or die only the strongest surviving. Then one year ,for about three years , I took all the knowledge,,, I say God and mother nature taught me,, and put the seeds on a dead tree near a vine.. During this three years of tribulations, 4me, I never watered feed trained these plants in the wild. Letting thousands of bee's for these three years do open pollination,, letting nature bring in other plants pollens. These bee's,too me ,unlocked genetics in the cannabis plants.
These have me at something way different than I have ever smoked since the 70's. The smells are biblical to awful. The medical use was very different really works no hype.
To make it easy I say landrace but its wild weed 4me,,, landrace to me is a race against the land,, cannabis in the wild is one of the first weeds to grow.
I've been sending out these wild seeds to Colorado Washington Oregon California Michigan Oklahoma since 2014.
I trust Pete here at future cannabis project with my wild genetics to get them out to breeders,, from God's creation to the breeders and growers,, for the consumer.
Trust 100% in future cannabis project.
I am a medical marijuana patient,, I do grow and breed at home,, anyone in the st. Louis area needs seeds or cuts I would appreciate your time in traveling here. I'm disabled and don't have drivers license,, so I can't drive.
I grew out one bag seed that gave me enough decent bud to stop buying weed thats a year old.
You have IG handle? Would love to chat
Congo. 18%. But what an 18%…..
There are warlord races.. they are the oldest cultivars plants going and very hard to get your hands on. And have been worked on in someplace for thousands of years. They are rarer then the finest wines. With special highs so amazing men will lose thier lives protecting it because they know the difference it makes…
Your show's a breathe of fresh air, Alex
I traveled. I collected. I ironed out hermaphrodites. I bred two diverse strains out for seven years. Some of us out here
Sik brah! I love landrace
Did any of youse ever buy 'haze' from rotterdam/amsterdam in the early 1990s.
Cheers from B.C. Some of the best smoke I've grown come from bag seeds. Love divergent evolution.