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Old 10-17-2013, 07:00 AM #21
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so tagged man!great op and thread

hemp is the most universal plants out there. from fuel, to food and everything else across the board.
i belive c.sativa is what is most used as "hemp" even though indicas would be great for hemp oils and extracts. i cant wait for this field to develop (once again ),in this millennium. lol
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Old 10-17-2013, 09:05 AM #22
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SAM, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE CORRECTIONS AND YOUR INSIDER KNOWLEDGE!
Acknowledgements also to all the others who find errors and add additional informations. I'll successively adapt and correct my first post accordingly.

So, it was really YOU who 'invented' Finola? Freaking gorgeous, really!!

I still have a question concerning your statement
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Finola is not autoflowering.
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But it's supposed to start flowering at an age of 25 to 30 days... What triggers flower onset if not time/age? Is it the plants size? I can't see how Finola could be photoperiodic when it starts flowering in early summer high up north where they have up to 20 hour daylight (if only a mean of 10 hours sunshine). And where's the practical difference for a farmer/grower? I mean, it flowers very early and this is all that counts, right? Or did I miss a point concerning the definition of auto-flowering (which may easily be the case)?
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Old 10-17-2013, 03:50 PM #23
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Cool thread so far. Thanks for posting the thread up, OO.

I got a question though and I'm just curious....

If hemp becomes a major crop again in the states and elsewhere like it seems like it might...is it possible that some hemp pollen will hit some drug strains of cannabis that are being grown in the same vicinity as a hemp farm that is say 5 miles away or so?

I've heard that there are some hemp farms already in operation in Colorado, so it got me wondering about the possible negative ramifications surrounding the commercial growing of hemp.

Again, I'm sorry for the stupid question, but I'm just curious.

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the vavilov research center in st. petersburg, might still be holding the oldest collection of cannabis cultivars -> great place to get real infos when it comes to history and heirlooms...

for commercial hemp variaties best bet is check out european hemp seed vendors

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Cool thread so far. Thanks for posting the thread up, OO.

Again, I'm sorry for the stupid question, but I'm just curious.

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It's not a stupid question. The answer is clearly yes, but I think 5 miles is a stretch. Pollination is often an issue in agriculture. Takes different forms with different crops. All Cannabis varieties interbreed so what grows in your neighbor's field matters.

All farmers need to pay attention to how and by what their crops are pollinated.
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Old 10-17-2013, 08:19 PM #28
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for commercial hemp variaties best bet is check out european hemp seed vendors
Problem is, that they usually sell in 25 kg sacks at a current price of € 250.- a piece. And where I live, it'll be monoecious varieties only *blork*...

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...that are being grown in the same vicinity as a hemp farm that is say 5 miles away or so?

Ehhh.... under ideal conditions it's a bit more... say, ten to hundred times more... But then, I'm not sure whether that pollen still is viable and you got to be really unlucky if such a long-range flier hits exactly your plants. Still, hemp produces a hell of a lot of pollen.
It truly is a problem, especially with nearby fields. There's a post here somewhere on icmag from a Spanish guy who said that they get even pollen warnings for allergic persons due to Moroccan hash plant pollen! And that's at least 50 to over 500 km from the Ref to mainland Spain (at least, it's decent pollen LoL).
Best in the case of hemp in the surroundings would be an indoor pollination to ensure an 'unharmed' offspring.
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Finola is not autoflowering.
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How do you define autoflower then? This variety flowers at 30-40 days after germination in 24/0. In my book that means autoflower, given they're not like lowryder in the sense that they can be put to flower earlier by reducing daylenght.

Interesting that you were the source of both strains. Which part of Siberia did they come from?
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Quick phenotypes are not autoflowering, its a hormone. Really want to learn the difference try Photosynthetic Artificial Darkness/Rauber TEK on a rudy.
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