I am afraid Sam is totally right, they didnt do any GMO cannabis in Uruguay and the people in charge of controlling the cannabis industry in Uruguay are nobility title holders such us PHD who have no clue about what they have to control.
Originally Posted by Sam_Skunkman
There is no GMO weed in Uruguay or any place else.
Monsanto with a patent on GMO Cannabis? Where is the patent#, they are all public info, show it.
Laws are designed to favour canadian corpos and the people legislating in Uruguay are very poorly advised and are interested in foreign corpos developing the business with multimillion dollar investments recruiting a massive amount of workers earning the minimum salary which is 350u$s a month with total disregard for local growers
I am afraid the main market in the world is for recreational marihuana which is still treated as a very dangerous drug to be controlled in uruguay.
There are currently 56 tonnes of CBD marihuana ready for export at the moment in Uruguay of one of these multinational corpos, these canadian corpos are not intending to process the raw material in Uruguay. Do you have buyers for this shit? It comes with all the certifications and international packaging.
Patents for cannabis plants in uruguay? The only thing you could get is registry for hemp, for a variety of less than 1% THC and that registry would only be legal in Uruguay and you must prove it is a totally new and different, homogeneous and stable cultivar. THC is strictly forbidden. If you want to market any good containing the label cannabis, it should be done with cannabis oil made out of seeds not exceeding 0,01% thc according to the requirements of the uruguayan ministry of health
In Uruguay you cant patent cultivars by law. What exists is the intelectual property to the right of varietal breed.
If you want I can post the uruguayan application forms for registering a new hemp variety
I hope this helps and is clear