And a photo of the back of the leaf
Seed ID catouloge
Posted 10 June 2017 - 07:15 PM
I know catalogue ;0 copyright
I would like to propose everyone to take some close up shots of there seed and name the strain if known if unknown just say ... and classification or if it's bag seed and from what state or country ....they are all fingerprinted ...you should be able to see after a while the variations big time
Use this form
Strain Name if known ...
Sativa/Ruderalis/Indica or hybrid
height x width
Bought or breed
and a pic of the leaf if you have one a nice clear shot front on of a mature leaf.....I think...... I am on to something.
Please I encourage all to join in .
This will come in handy in the future as a database
Say if it is brought or breed too please.
And lineage if known.
I want a shot of the pattern ...the shape ...and the circular end and a clear shot of the leaf like so on a hand like so for a size comparison
Take the photo of the seed just before you plant them so you know which leaf your taking the photo of later on ....this may take 3 months to complete
And then I will compile them
Copy paste the list
Posted 10 June 2017 - 07:37 PM
Also so i dont confuse people two much watch this video first .ouse..and then go on if you would like a breeders book sent to you free of charge call me a line
Watch this first
Sir joseph Bank bought Bengali Indian hemp which was THC/CBD active which was the original strain up the hunter that was getting mixed up with the supplies of the dutch east India company .
Only until the later times the crossing with ruderalis ...back and forth between sativa and indica and afghanica coming back here from os
Edited by cardrona, 10 June 2017 - 07:42 PM.
Posted 10 June 2017 - 08:34 PM
If you think grey seed is under developed ,this own may be true in some cases but many lineages carry the grey trait...some the brown ..black...tan...light..brown striped...some jet black striped...some having distinct edges..lines and tortoise viens ..some shiny black like a pearl..or some the striped .etc ..you get what i am leading to .
Teardrop end-sativa gigantea L
volcanic end indian asian ,nepali tropics
3rd eye end afghanica and nepal
Scythian 3rd eyd
As each strain has moved around and changed shape the seed outside coating shape and colour has reflected that .
And you can tell its lineage of it just by looking at it
Starting at Australia/Africa
And everywhere in between your backyard and mine
So where are we now today?
Posted 10 June 2017 - 08:37 PM
Posted 10 June 2017 - 08:49 PM
When talking about cannabis we have many variations of the one thing including hemp ..and we know thru breeding that some characteristics lay dormant
some are expressive....but how far apart are they .
like a ph metre or a rainbow or a scale of 1-10
1 being sativa 5 being indica 10 being afghanica
Mostly sativa wouldn't you say..mostly indica or got it so jumbled up the only way to distinguish it now is on seed and a leaf photo r its a hybrids '
...therefore ..what first come's to mind
small ..??? possibly striped ,,tan Asian minor...black...morocco...south pacific stripes
The striping comes from the mexican heritage but only in black...whats hawaii got? ...I believe unless any body can correct me ...open for input..
You can mark the ends to the location of origin and in it is not time specific for the development of the petiole which determines its historical origins
regardless of its sex.the stripes indicate equatorial markers ....the closer to the equator to none meaning further away ...
the harden the coat and 3rd eye the higher and colder it was to develop that coat and shorter season hence it didnt get time to turn black ...like in say morrocco
or tan in india
or brown in Australia ...all parts have different markers reflecting the climate and location that the parents were from.
Edited by cardrona, 10 June 2017 - 08:55 PM.