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Old 10-17-2020, 02:05 PM #61
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This reminds me of an older thread here called Seed bombs or something like that.like Leahy would say "a preemptive liquor strike!" LMFAO
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Then again farmers can't use Hemp seeds if they produce plants with over 0.03% THC.
Hope none of those Trailer Park Boys pollute Hemp crops with random high THC plants.
Won't take many males to ruin Hemp crops either.
Most hemp grown is monoecious.
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I definitely value your input mex.if anybody would know on the subject it's you.i didn't mean in a sarcastic way.didnt you start the awesome ultimate sativa thread?
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Then again farmers can't use Hemp seeds if they produce plants with over 0.03% THC.
Hope none of those Trailer Park Boys pollute Hemp crops with random high THC plants.
Won't take many males to ruin Hemp crops either.
Don't know about the States but in Canada, Hemp crops must be planted with fresh breeder seed every year. No farm-made seed allowed to be grown. So pollinating a field of Hemp with THC males would do nothing to change test results.

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Very good post Big M but at this point I don't see a cure in sight.the damage is done.in my opinion.what you said is a good idea but it would take a couple hundred years no?
I was talking more about incorporating some wild genes into domestic strains to give the domestic stuff a better shot at surviving and maturing outdoors on a local basis. Something like making my sativa finish earlier, or my indica being more mold resistant, while mostly resembling the domestic genes. Should be able to get close to that goal in 15-20 generations.

You're right. There really is no cure for wild pollen, at least not a quick one. It would take a long time to change the genetics of all the wild stock into something smokeable. Even then, if it's still growing wild everywhere, wild pollen will still seed our buds.

I think instead of eradicating ditchweed, we should just accept that it will cause some pollination. By using various cultural methods, such as filtered greenhouses, we can minimize pollination. The genetic variation is too valuable to lose by totally eradicating it in my opinion. Still nothing wrong with killing any and all you find within a mile of your grow, but I feel it's important not to drive the beautiful and annoying stuff to extinction.
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Most hemp grown is monoecious.
Who said anything about using Hemp as the male pollinator?
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I definitely value your input mex.if anybody would know on the subject it's you.i didn't mean in a sarcastic way.didnt you start the awesome ultimate sativa thread?
Thank you :tip hat:, but it was mota who started the ultimate sativa thread I believe.Originally some hemp varieties in the past could have a THC content of 1-2% and a CBD content of 4-5%.Saw an analyse of 1978 of some Ukrainian varieties, but pity that doesn't count for todays varieties.

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Done that, but pollinating a whole field of monoecious hemp will make no difference since that seed will not be used for the next crop.
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I was talking more about incorporating some wild genes into domestic strains to give the domestic stuff a better shot at surviving and maturing outdoors on a local basis. Something like making my sativa finish earlier, or my indica being more mold resistant, while mostly resembling the domestic genes. Should be able to get close to that goal in 15-20 generations.

You're right. There really is no cure for wild pollen, at least not a quick one. It would take a long time to change the genetics of all the wild stock into something smokeable. Even then, if it's still growing wild everywhere, wild pollen will still seed our buds.

I think instead of eradicating ditchweed, we should just accept that it will cause some pollination. By using various cultural methods, such as filtered greenhouses, we can minimize pollination. The genetic variation is too valuable to lose by totally eradicating it in my opinion. Still nothing wrong with killing any and all you find within a mile of your grow, but I feel it's important not to drive the beautiful and annoying stuff to extinction.
You don't have to worry about midwest hemp ever going extinct. Millions of seeds lay on the ground in hemp stands. Cops been trying to eradicate it for 50+ years. Birds spread it around in the wild. It would take a nuclear explosion to stop it. You can literally drop seeds somewhere and come back to large plants.
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You don't have to worry about midwest hemp ever going extinct. Millions of seeds lay on the ground in hemp stands. Cops been trying to eradicate it for 50+ years. Birds spread it around in the wild. It would take a nuclear explosion to stop it. You can literally drop seeds somewhere and come back to large plants.
Exactly.if you guys want hemp seeds I got em.for bad or for worse.
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The 100% elimination of ditchweed from 95% of rail, creek, ditch, and private areas nearby that it was in 35 years ago suggests someone is wrong.
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