Originally Posted by SurfdOut
Well cannabis isn't native to Hawaii, it has only been here around 200 years brought by the Chinese immigrants. There are still plenty old sativas being grown in the islands but it really is the environment that makes the difference more so than the uniqueness of the genetics.
Thanks for your response SurfdOut but as my text stated a "few hundred years plus" gives a strain enough time to acclimate to the lovely Hawaiian lands adapting new characteristics possibly. Mind if I get any links as a reference or is it hearsay? Again all I'm trying to do is become more educated so if you don't mind enlightening me?
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