SBGoldendome

Members
  • Content count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

4 Neutral

About SBGoldendome

  • Rank
    Rookie
  1. I would love to see them do an expidition in china. I know they have many traditional hemp landraces that have a decent amount of thc. Even though these plants wouldn't it what most want I think thye could bring in some long lost genetics and also offer something for the older smokers and new smokers that don't want the strongest or the strong but rather something they could smoke a joint or 2 and still enoy themselves. Japan also has many of these "hemp" strains
  2. Thanks, and I understand that the wild plants need much work to get them to where most "popular" strains are today, but thats kinda what I'm going for. I want to work plants from the ground up. I have no interest in working or tweeking others genetics. For me alot of the strains that can be easily obtained seem to be pushed more towards the commercial side of things, with potency and yielld being the motivating factors behind their creation. Don't get me wrong there are 2 plants that I would like to create that I would be best served starting with commercially available seeds and breeding from there, but for my own personal plants I really want to work with fresh genetics. I also don't want something super potent and would be willing to have a plant that has a small yield if it had everything else I was going for, and those 2 things basically go against what most breeders go for and honestly it would be almost just as much work trying to back breed plants from easily available seeds as it would working from wild seeds to get a plant I would enjoy.
  3. Would you guys ever consider selling any of the landraces you get from these trips unstabilized. Obviously you need to grow them to get more seed stock but would you ever sell the seeds you guys get from these first grows to the public. I know in the colombia ,vice, video he says they grow thousands of plants and only pick the best 5, 10 or 20 but do you seed all the plants or do you just seed those best plants and let the rest go unseeded. If you do seed them what happens to the seeds from those 80-90 plants that don't get pick to carry on, would you ever consider selling them to those of us that are looking to build a new breed from the floor up. I'm just asking because I know that alot of breeding that is going on these days is actually only using a small, specifically selected gene pool. I'm wanting to get ahold of as many unstabilized landraces and even true wild seeds from Asia and India to create some strains of my own. Unlike most I don't want to grow a plant that is as potent as possible. i actually want to grow something that I can enjoy an entire joint of without being stoned out of my mind or end up with couch lock. Do you guys sell any of these landraces unstabilized or minimally stabilized and do you guys have access to any of these wild seeds that grow throughout Asia, India, and other areas without human intervention, the trully wild cannabis plants. And if so would you ever sell them to the public. Yes I'm aware that the trully wild plants are normally very "weak" plants, but like I said I'm not looking for the most powerful strain, I just want to breed and grow a strain for myself and some friends that I can smoke and enjoy myself, while also having an easier time controlling my high. Take a few puffs for a slight effect, smoke an entire joint for an ok high, and a couple joints to be stoned out of my mind.
  4. I would love to see you guys gather some true wild seeds and gentics. I'm talking about the seeds of plants that have been growing in the wild for thousands of years WITHOUT the help of mankind. You can do an internet search and find uncountable pics of wild plants but it seems noone is collecting or selling the seeds. I understand that they may not be the most potent but they do contain genetics that we have yet to see and with a little work could turn into some decent new plants. It would also be nice if we could buy the seeds that you guys have picked or at least the F1s of those seeds so that we can breed them into what we want. I know many prefer stable seeds to grow, but there are MANY of us that would love to get our hands on some of these "unstable" landrace seeds and have the opportunity to breed our own plants from bottom up, instead of working with with just the gentic lines you guys have decided we can have.
  5. Hello all, I'm from the US but unfortunately not one of the areas that has decent cannabis laws. I'm looking to get back into growing, something I haven't done since my teen years when I all I had access to was bagseed and guerilla grows. The reason I actually joined here is I'm hoping to find something I have noticed isn't really available. I'm looking for WILD cannabis seeds, not the landraces that have been grown and selectively breeded. I'm not sure of the rules here but I don't plan on asking people to send or sell me seeds here, just hoping I can get pointed in some general directions on where I might be able to find some sources. I want to eventually get into breeding when I can move to a more friendly area and I'm wanting to work from the ground up. I look forward to egtting to know everyone here and hope to learn and eventually be able to share info with you all.

About us

Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilisation all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threat of extinction. One day these plants could be helpful in developing better medications for the sick and the suffering. We feel it is our duty to preserve as many cannabis landraces in our genetic database, and by breeding them into other well-studied medicinal strains for the sole purpose of scientific research.

Social Network

Add us on social networks