what do you think about recycling soil (no runoff, closed container) with realgar / orpiment (barely soluble arsenic sulfides) as soil amendments? the effect, with other treatments could possibly induce mutation. maybe adding some bismuth (which is also a pnictogen like N P As and Sb) could effect it. i looked at a google image search of "arsenic india topographical map" or something and it makes me wonder if that effected some changes in the forms of cannabis. i don't know if the plants would be so smokeable, unless solvent extracted, but could be composted with the soil. when i look at plant hormones, like ytokinens and auxins, i wonder what arsenic modidifications to those moleules would do to plant DNA or RNA (in plants, right?) transcription. i also wonder about the saliylate in the bismuth saliylate. i forgot to mention pepto bismol is a bismuth source, with bismuth salicylate. and salycilates, like aspirin i think stimulate plants to disease or like a hormone or psuedo hormone effect or something.
i dunno, looseknit concepts, but maybe something. like maybe it could mean something, even with modification, in situ / soil medium of the colchicine, caffiene, oryzalin (if this sort of thing is done in situ).
also, as i don't know much of anything about this, is this similar or not to apple trees, where apple trees have so much diversity, they have to be grafted, beause growing them from seed gives too many undesirable traits?