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Old 02-02-2018, 01:29 AM #31
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Double serrated leaf
The cannabis plant is known to have a palmately compound leaf with serrated leaflets.
The double serrated leaf pattern of the skunk plant has long
been documented to have originated in the Himalayan mountain system.
from Bangladesh to Bhutan from Nepal to Punjab and from himachal Pradesh to Kashmir and parts of n. Afghanistan. these all are land race indicia areas.
skunk is a polyhybrid.

also if those places are the origins then why do none of the native landraces exhibit those traits today
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skunk is a polyhybrid.

also if those places are the origins then why do none of the native landraces exhibit those traits today
Original old school skunk was a landrace afghani crossed to a landrace sativa. there are landraces that exhibit exactly what he is speaking of. we arent speaking of skunk 1 before that
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there are plenty of plants that have double serrated phenos.. blueberry comes to mind as does others like chems.
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Who says they don't ??

Have you ever grown out the Real Seed Company Lebanese Hashplant???

Not all, but some of the plants have double serrations, and are 100% IBL Narrow Leaf Indica. You can look for photos around the net, blow them up, and you will see some double serrations, and some of, but not all of the leaves on the IBL Lebanese Hashplant from RSC. I dont know about anyone elses Leb, but RSC is the real shit, IBL, and can have double serrations.

Festers Sk18 is a cross of Columian Gold x Acapulco Gold, x PreSoviet Mazar, and was probably NARROW LEAF.

Back in the day, the Narrow Leaf Indica, was considered Superior vs Broad Leaf, and by the late 60s, much of it was getting hybridized together, and has become all but impossible to find in PreSoviet, and Hippy Trail days.

In the late 60s, the King of Nepal declared a State of Emergency as all the Beatnecks, and Hippies that came there from the 50s- late 60s was depleating the local Narrow Leaf Supplies, and the Kind imported more of the Boad Leaf variety, and it was hybridized, and then came wars, ect, and the West became more familiar with Broad Leaf, and most also dismiss right of the bat that anything with Narrow Leaves is automatically a Sativa, which is 1000% wrong. All Drug Cultivars are Narrow/Broad/Combination Indica

You sed to be able to drive to India ect.

It was called the Hippy Trail.
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Who says they don't ??

Have you ever grown out the Real Seed Company Lebanese Hashplant???

Not all, but some of the plants have double serrations, and are 100% IBL Narrow Leaf Indica. You can look for photos around the net, blow them up, and you will see some double serrations, and some of, but not all of the leaves on the IBL Lebanese Hashplant from RSC. I dont know about anyone elses Leb, but RSC is the real shit, IBL, and can have double serrations.

Festers Sk18 is a cross of Columian Gold x Acapulco Gold, x PreSoviet Kandahar, and was probably NARROW LEAF.

Back in the day, the Narrow Leaf Indica, was considered Superior vs Broad Leaf, and by the late 60s, much of it was getting hybridized together, and has become all but impossible to find in PreSoviet, and Hippy Trail days.

In the late 60s, the King of Nepal declared a State of Emergency as all the Beatnecks, and Hippies that came there from the 50s- late 60s was depleating the local Narrow Leaf Supplies, and the Kind imported more of the Boad Leaf variety, and it was hybridized, and then came wars, ect, and the West became more familiar with Broad Leaf, and most also dismiss right of the bat that anything with Narrow Leaves is automatically a Sativa, which is 1000% wrong. All Drug Cultivars are Narrow/Broad/Combination Indica

You sed to be able to drive to India ect.

It was called the Hippy Trail.
many of what we call roadkill is exactly as he stated. a narrow leaf indica
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You sed to be able to drive to India ect.

It was called the Hippy Trail.
My grandad actually went and bought a brand new ford zephyr & drove it to his village in northern india from Preston, UK
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Original old school skunk was a landrace afghani crossed to a landrace sativa. there are landraces that exhibit exactly what he is speaking of. we aren't speaking of skunk 1 before that
I am aware of that and you will find with further research outside of other peoples findings that's being copied & pasted here, thats double serrations has its origins from the hybridization of LR Indica to LR Sativa but i am bored now and wont cast pearls before swine in this thread again

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Who says they don't ??
who says they do? only you!
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who says they do? only you!
Who says they dont??

Seemingly. ONLY YOU!!!:
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Obviously you didn't read anything.

There is No Such Thing as Drug SATIVA.

ALL Drug Cultivars are either Narrow Leaf Indica, or Broad Leaf Indica.

ALL Cannabis Sativa is HEMP.

Other than criticizing for cut, and paste, it would do you well to read, and comprehend.

All Drug Cultivars are NL/BL, but became acclimated to whatever specific region they adapted to, after MAN spread them around the world. But ALL Drug Cultivars originated I Eurasia.

But I hate to break the news to you.

ALL Drug Cultivars, are INDICA, be they Narrow, or Broad Leaf.
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