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Old 10-07-2020, 02:18 AM #461
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Hi mexcurandero420 ,


after browsing a bit i also found only the varieties "Fibror 79" and

"Earlina 8 fc" but not the ones mentioned in the article

(see "Sortenunterschiede") ? Mhmm, quite strange ...



About the gentic background, would speculate that "Fibror 27" and "Earlina 08" are either identical to "Fibror 79" and "Earlina 8 fc" (mistake in the article) or are somehow related to them (maybe selections of the latter), perhaps they have no yet been approved by the EU and are in state of development and those names are temporary given to them, but certainly don't no for sure.



Furthermore, only the varieties you mentioned are listed in the
"COMMON CATALOGUE OF VARIETIES OF AGRICULTURAL PLANT SPECIES" of the EU, 37th edition from 2019, seen here :


https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-cont...X:C2019/013/01


Thanks for pointing it out
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Old 10-30-2020, 10:32 PM #462
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tropical hemp strains

Not sure if anyone knows the answer to this

Has there been any success lately in breeding fiber/seed strains of hemp that will thrive commercially in a tropical climate?

I looked through this thread and it seemed to me that most hemp was grown in more temperate zones and that strains did best in longer day periods and would flower too soon if grown with under 14 hours of light a day.

Thanks in advance for any insight!
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