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WAKE UP EVERYONE OPEN YOUR EYES

Discussion in 'Breeders Paradise' started by Countrybuddin, Aug 3, 2017.

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    Countrybuddin

    Countrybuddin Member

    Has anyone looked at the top strains of 2017 and the THC percentages. Wow that is some fine breeding and genetics guys. We need to grab some of these polyhybrids exhibiting super natural the production. NOT.
    Presenting 35 percent THC with O g kush sour d and chemdawg lineages aka colchicine
    Presenting number 2
    34 percent the
    Bb x underdawg of and a j sour diesel aka colchicine
    I'm not suggesting that these people are using colchicine in any way but I have found a very startling pattern and discovery. This is a very sad fucking day to be a passionate cannabus breeder and genetics enthusiast and I will never touch some of the strains I once held dearly in my heart. Its not right people and one day we will see.
     

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    ahlkemist

    ahlkemist Well-Known Member

    What is the point of your picture. I'm sorry this makes no sense, absolutely supports nothing you state. Could you explain more please? Funny, you should see for yourself not one person answered... What are you attempting to say...? I myself am aware of colchine but reread your post specifically the attachment. Breeding in time can accomplish anything. fact. High thc dictates nothing.
    elaborate homie
     
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    xtsho

    xtsho Well-Known Member

    Is this what you're talking about"

    CREATING POLYPLOID PLANTS USING COLCHICINE DERIVED FROM AUTUMN CROCUS SEEDS/PLANTS
    https://www.dudegrows.com/creating-polyploid-plants/

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    "I believe if you were to look at some strains that are higher THC they possibly could be triploid 3n plants now. which would explain if you are having issues breeding other strains to it, and the ever increasing THC levels."
     
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    newguy123

    newguy123 Well-Known Member

    How can one tell a polyploid plant from a regular one?
     
    Last edited: Aug 14, 2017
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    xtsho

    xtsho Well-Known Member

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    JohnDoeTho

    JohnDoeTho Well-Known Member

    What's the problem with its use?
     
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    GrnMonStr

    GrnMonStr Well-Known Member

    I read about this in a 1978 book by Mel Frank and Ed Rosenthal. I am not surprised this is being done I am sure all kinds of scientific studies are happening. Personally I trust only what nature can produce.
     
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    dandyrandy

    dandyrandy Well-Known Member

    Now ya tell me. I dun smoke da shit.
     
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    since1991

    since1991 Well-Known Member

    Cant understand the op spelling or train of thought clearly.
     

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