Hi. You say how you are happy that someone preserved this work, against the previous techs wishes.haven't posted in ages, but still lurk and collect research material here every now and again
amazed to see that progeny from NDNguy's s project has been preserved pure in seed (against his wishes if i remember correctly, i guess he had his reasons but i'm glad someone out there did what they did)
spent my entire growing career hunting down what remnants of Nev's work i could find after inheriting some of his stock in the beginning
i am currently running '88 G13HP/'88 G13HP x Afghan from Duke Diamond
it's the best i could access of this cross, and Duke explains he used that specific Afghan to impart mold resistance into the Bx
the first run had no problems but it was not mildew season here so we'll wait and see on that one i guess
gonna go take some pics when the lights come on
but this warning at the top of the page has me skeptical about posting them
"Please do not upload any attachment in the forum within the next 2days. Thank you for your cooperation."
Can you give us a hint on the ethics.
They got some of Nev' old stuff, n dropped some seed.
The stuff is open source. So as far as I see, the genetics belong to us all.( thanks Nev r.i.p.)
So what has NDNguy's wish to not have his work replicated got to do with anything.??
I'm not trolling, but would love to understand the ethics.
I've got some seed produced off of Shanti's stock.
Really well produced F1. But I don't talk about it, cos I'm not sure the ethics. Reason I bought it was it was someone had developed Mr nice lines over other stuff I liked. Did a lot better job than I could of, with stuff I really respect.
But it has a reputation of a rip-off. Someone ripping of Shanti's stuff. So what is the right way to see preservation and development work?
Personally I believe it's all just open source work. And belongs to everyone in the Ca(na-tion.