wannagrowbuds Posted October 15, 2014 Report Share Posted October 15, 2014 Anyone seen this? http://bcseeds.com/indoor-forever-buds-p-159.html A Single Marijuana Plant That Gives Buds For Decades Marijuana plants flower when they are just a few weeks of age, but then they die. Now, BC Seeds has discovered the genetic switch that keeps the plants young for decades, keeping it stuck in the flowing stage which permits its owner, year round production of unlimited buds. This is great news for those who want to avoid harsh legal penalties for growing multiple plants, when just a single plant will produce 20 lbs each year. Though eventually, the legal system will adjust its laws to punish a grower harshly for a single genetically modified plant, it’s still the Wild West in British Columbia for marijuana production. The costs involving testing plant DNA to prove that the owners single plant was genetically modified, is not currently cost effective, and the cases could be thrown out of court. It is difficult to even prove that growing GM marijuana is illegal, as it has been modified from what is currently labeled as illegal. Forever Buds is what we call her. We first started tinkering with marijuana DNA back in the late 70’s, but we have hit some major milestones since 1996 and again in 2005. For our previous customers that are pure Organic conscious, they do not need to worry, our marijuana genetic modifications laboratory was a completely separate facility off-site and nowhere near the seed production facility for our retail customers. We have never previously sold genetically modified marijuana seeds, and never would without disclosing this information to the customer. A typical marijuana plants life outdoors in British Columbia, Canada, starts in the spring and is harvested in the fall. But today, in the warmer climatic regions of world where frost is rare, they can survive outdoors for decades, producing buds year round. Our first mom was planted in a green house in British Columbia in late spring of 2005, and she still has buds being produced in the middle of winter 2013. She is almost 8 years old and is producing buds all the time, though we do admit, bud production does slow considerably from Mid-November through to the first week of March, yet she produces on average, 21.4 lbs per year, dried bud of the utmost quality. In her first year, she produced only 4.2 lbs, but she was planted on May 28th, a very late start here in British Columbia. By the time she was two years old, she was 9’ 8” tall. And in her third year, we had to transplant her to a greenhouse with a much taller roof. Today, she stands at 28’ 5” and produced 29.9 lbs of bud ending December 31st, 2012. We think she would be considerably taller if we didn’t trim off her buds all year round and also being limited to a ceiling height of just 30’. We have found the fountain of youth of marijuana, yet we do not know how our customers are going to feel about buying, growing and smoking genetically modified marijuana. And growing up a 30’ tall plant is not going to be easy to hide from your neighbors and airplane patrols. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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