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Old 04-16-2019, 05:16 PM #1
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Microbes/Funghi/Multi-celled organisms from since ancient times Cannabis cultivating

Hi all,

The topic is Microbes/Funghi/Multi-celled organisms from since ancient times Cannabis cultivating regions.

I'm wondering for quite some time if it's possible that in Cannabis producing regions where since ancient times Cannabis is grown there are Microbes/Funghi or multi-celled organism in the soil who have co-evolved together with Cannabis?

I'm using now the typical organic gardener microbes/funghi I get from the gardenstore. But I wonder if there might be a better match for Cannabis with organism who have evolved around Cannabis.

Are there any studies done on this subject?

It might also be an interesting product for the clever marketeer.

(My apologies for my poor English skills, I'm non-english and the spellingchecker doesn't work on my smartphone.)

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Your english is fine Cvh
If you haven't heard about it, a good place to start would be with learning how to collect Beneficial Indigenous Microorganisms (BIM)
Take a look at one of many great threads from the Master jaykush

https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?threadid=96325


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Bump.
Anyone else have some input? Info/Ideas/Opinions/...

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I have a question , are you looking for information on microbes/fungi from ancient times ?
If you are, sorry to start the thread in the wrong direction with cultivating your own.

glomus intraradices is an ancient fungi if that is along the line of what you are after
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Indeed, I'm not really looking for how to cultivate it.
I'm more interested for info if there might be a better match for Cannabis if there exist microbial lifeforms who co-evolved with Cannabis in ancient Cannabis producing regions.
Microbes/funghi/... beside the standard Rhizophagus irregularis (Glomus intraradices).

But still thanks you for the info on the cultivation techniques.
I think it's just my English skills that is the basis for the confusion.
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sometimes the basis for confusion is some folk are just plain confused, present company included


pass on the glomus, got it.



perhaps cyanobacteria ?
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Recent molecular analysis of Ribosomal DNA suggested that Glomus intraradices is not in fact in the genus Glomus at all, and should be renamed Rhizophagus intraradices. [5]
Is this a fact?
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Yes, that is a fact. Glomus intraradices was renamed to Rhizophagus Intraradices a decade or so ago IIRC. That is the reason that I used the new name in my previous post.
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Rhizophagus irregularis (previously known as Glomus intraradices




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Just to make things more confusing, glomus intraradices can also be listed at g. intraradices, rhizophagus intraradices, or rhizophagus irregularis depending on how current the manufacturer is with terminology.
https://www.kisorganics.com/blogs/ne...u-need-to-know
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