PuffRyder

Strain hunters suggestion#1

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A trip for the gene responsible for auto flowering, yes I'm talking about hunting for landrace Ruderallis in somewhere like Russia or around that area.

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might come someday indeed it would be interesting ^^ i believe some seedbank claim to have the realruderalis etc.. but who knows ^^

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On 7/22/2013 at 6:01 PM, PuffRyder said:

kazakhstan would be the ideal place to go.

I read this about Kazakhstan

 

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The heartland of cannabis in Kazakhstan is the Chuy Valley that lies between Kazakhstan and its neighbour Kyrgyzstan; it is estimated that up to 400,000 hectaresof (mostly wild) cannabis grows there, accounting for around one-third of the available fertile soil and over 10% of the total area of the valley—possibly the largest cannabis fields in the world.

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Outside the Chu Valley, it is estimated that around 30,000 hectares of cannabis are cultivated in Taldy-Korgan, as well as smaller quantities in the Almaty, Kyzl-Orda and South Kazakhstan regions.

 

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