Originally Posted by paradoxlost
But is it stable at less than .3% THC. if not, than its not going to qualify as a hemp strain.
The ratio is cool, but if its like 30% CBD, than you get over 1% of THC and that can land a hemp farmer in jail.
I've only grown 2 Dinamed CBD plants, granted that's not a good sample population to derive any conclusions from, but my first was a 1:1 (probably something like 7% THC, 7% CBD), and my second one had zero detectable CBD but probably something like 10-15% THC (you can see it in the above image). Just my experience so far. Dinafem has not released any test results, or even any photos of the "5000 plants we grew out", and when I contacted them about my results via private email they seemed dismissive and even angry that I had tested them (even though i told them that a cancer patient reported good results from the 1:1), so I don't have much confidence with them at the moment, at least not in regards to stability.
A saving grace... I've recently found out for myself (and also validated by another icmagger) that Thin Layer Chromatography can be used to detect the cannabinoid profile of a plant from as early as three weeks from seeds.
... you can see that in this image of my most recent TLC ...
A = CBD Therapy - Veg phase, 40 days from seed
B = Dinamed - Veg phase, 24 days from seed
C = Dinamed - 2wks into flower phase
D = Dinamed - 4.5wks into flower phase
E = CBD Therapy - harvested 55 days into flower
F = Dinamed - harvested 61 days into flower
Just to highlight the CBD Therapy plant from that test ...
In other words, if we can only grow two plants, we don't need to spend three months growing two plants to harvest, only to find out that none of them have any CBD ... instead, we can grow ~20 seedlings to ~3 weeks, test them with Thin Layer Chromatography, and cull all but the ~two we want to keep, and can then spend the rest of the grow knowing
we'll get CBD from both