And as the voice of reason, I don't think anyone was saying anything more than "it can be done the same or better, cheaper"
That was exactly my point, I'm just not PC.
Seems like a reasonable statement to me. Unless someone was trying to promote and sell the product for their own profit, I mean
the room that we conduct our medical cannabis research in..
Just posted a new product that I am proud to be a part off.
Maybe I'm too cynical, but it sounds like personal gain to me.
Dr Hornby did the cannabinoid profiles on the development of a few strains that I grow.
Cannabinoid profiles are genetically defined. As long as the plant has the nutrients it needs when it needs them, enough water, enough light in the right wavelengths, proper pH range, and plenty of fresh air, it will perform at the level its genetics allows.
i.e. low potency weed can't be grown into mid or high potency weed by feeding it nutrients "specially formulated for Cannabis".
But the label on these products implies that it can be done.
I just can't wrap my brain around fert companies blending fertilizers based on inexpensive ingredients and marking them up as high as they do. LOL, I saw a DNF product the other day that was going for $150/gal and it's made of kelp, worm castings, guano, molasses...
MEDI-ONE, at $30/17oz extends to about $120/gal.
It's much like the Cannabis seed industry. No less diligence and work goes into breeding fine fruits and vegetables than goes into breeding fine Cannabis. However, I can get 25 tomato/pepper/watermelon/strawberry/hops/whatever seeds for $2.50 to $5 while 10 high quality Cannabis seeds costs me 30 times that much or more ($150+).
Why? Because Cannabis is largely contraband so the market bears exorbitant prices for everything associated with it. The words "specifically designed for Cannabis" bring an automatic 1000% markup.
and Panama...you ever smoke a real landrace...they are all week in THC .
False. There are ditch weed landraces, and there are high quality landraces. Dalat, Columbian Gold, Acapulco Gold, Maui Wowie, Afghani & Nepalese indicas...all very potent weeds with respectable THC content. Hell, wild Durban Poison only has about 8% THC, but it produces extremely pleasurable effects. But THC is not what makes Cannabis valuable and effective medicine. Doctor Hornby of Advanced Nutrients