Originally Posted by FOE20
Thai was dipped in opium water....you should know this Elmer..
be kind Elmer...Im in a off mood....
[QUOTE]Plant variety may refer to:
Variety (botany), a taxonomic nomenclature rank in botany, below subspecies, but above subvariety and form
Plant variety (law), a non-taxonomic, exclusively legal term. Patent-like protection applies to plants that are specified not necessarily by taxonomic categories. Generally, it is applied to an infraspecific rank, usually a cultivar or hybrid.
An informal and ambiguous substitute for form (botany) (a taxonomic nomenclature rank in botany, below variety (botany))
An older substitute for cultivar or hybrid (biology), now discouraged by the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants. It is still used especially with regard to grapes and rice.
Trademarks can be obtained for plants.
Varietal, a wine labeled by the grape variety used to make it
the development of a fruit without prior fertilization.
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Tons more to come folks....just hold tight
G `day Foe
Opium needs to smolder to be ingested .
Opium pipe works like a vape .
In a joint or bong it won`t work the same .
why would a producer waste opium on dipping ganja ?
Opium -> herion is a waaay more valuable commodity than Thai stick .
the sticks were treated with early water
. The steam from pots of opium being boiled to process it .
Taking ganja and treating it with opium is not practical .Logistically or financially .
Opiates are narcotic . Thai stick was up and clear .
Selective breeding over many generations . Sensimilla tech brought over from India by Hindus ?
Thanks for sharin