Regular Cannatonic: 25% chance for high CBD, 50% for 1:1, 25% for high THC. Sold out everywherei would guess that they are "1:1" (?) ...think you would need the regs and a test kit (?)
...although i haven't done any research.
also...having not done research - i dunno how easy a high CBD pheno is to find (?) (- on how much you would need to spend on seeds too ...in addition to the test kit).
expensive venture i fear !!!
Well noticed! I will ask Seedsman about it and relay the information here.they are "in stock soon" apparently at seedsman(.com) (?) - dunno if that is bullshit.
Yeah I'm skeptical about a lot of them. CBD Crew is the only brand I fully trust so far, after seeing results and having grown some myself. But CBD-crew only has 1:1i wouldn't do anything too hasty !!!.
presumably it will be a couple of weeks as opposed to months or something in various places around the net ...if seedman are to be believed (?)
- there seems like there is quite a few random CBD strains popping up now
Thanks for your effort!- i read that CBD crew even had input on a autoflowering one !!! (?) ...which seems a bit strange.
...like thinking as it seems nowish the market is going to be flooded - cannatonic / otto #1 etc may be a little easier to purchase in the near future ?
- i dunno,
sorry if of little help with speculatory nature!!!
A German study from 1996 measured the CBD content of several fiber hemp strains.I have heard from more than one source that plain ole Hemp has a high CBD level- in fact they are using it politically in my state to grow hemp crops- competeing with the medical marijuana initiative - The best info I have found lately has been on this forum so wondering what your opinions are and remember- I am asking - not telling….
Please and Thank-You!
Aye, it's too bad. Cannatonic feminized is now sold out too.it seems seedsman use the stoners definition of "very soon" and not the dictionary's one !!!
The ratios look similar. Hemp could be worth it if it's legal in your country, grown outdoors, and you can make extracts.thanks for that AhsocDT,
tehehe, would that make hemp a "1:1" strain then ?!
I have no idea, sorry. All I ever read is that it's mostly in the genes.i read somewhere that high nitrogen restricts THC production and also that high UV light can diminish CBD - do you think that is BS / or know of any other potential factors for trying to get the last drips of CBD output out of a plant ?.
..i was thinking that a high feed hps set up might be "slightly better" for yielding CBD potentially ? (obviously subjective to genetics of plant).
is that stupid ?
cbd crew now has a feminized autoflowering cbd rich plant with 1:1 and 2:1 cbd to thc.
I saw them over at herbies and seedsman. Grass-O-Matic MED GOM 1.0