Discussion in '420Lounge' started by CMagic, Sep 4, 2004.
well if they cloned it... yeah I wouldn't see why not....
Cloning is taking a cutting from a plant already beginning to flower....well you should wait for it to flower so you see it show it;s sex, that way, all your clones will be female.
So no they can't clone it. Technically they can make the strain again, but who news all the info on it? No one....
I mean you'd irst have to have the original phenotypes that it were crossed to make it. Then you'd have to know for how long it was reproduced until they introduced another strain to cross into it...
what? I thought you can clone seeds
To get seeds of a certain strain, you just get a female plant and male plant of the same strain and rub the polin off the male plant onto the female plants pistols/bud area...then seeds pop up.
yo i didnt mean by cloning it
i said by recreating it. it would be easy because it was does by the government and when the government does something they always log every aspect of it. especially if they are trying to analyse or test something.
its most probably just a mix of the most 'common' strains. i didnt catch if you guys said if it was secret or not. if it wasnt secret then all the information should be in the public domain and so recreating it should be easy.
however, the strain was supposed to be pretty crap if i read correctly you guys saying it was low thc... so whats the fucking point anyway?
G-13 was actually reported to be extremely dank.
I've smoked a G-13 cross with nl and that shit had me faded big time.
And read the rest of my post....I talked how it would be to hard to recreate it.
On a constant I am impressed with Dunny's knowledge..Once again he is correct with this..
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dun i did read your post, but cross breeding strains isnt hard i know loads of people that have done it
I'm not saying crossing is hard.
I'm saying it would be near impossible to get a G-13 pheno that was like the original...
First you have to find the exact same phenotypes of the strains crossed, which would be near impossible. Then you need to keep certain strains crossed for a certain amount of generations before crossing another strain into it...
It'd take wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy to long and it'd be way to hard because you don't even have any of the original G-13 to test out with the new to compare the high and what not....
Second...you have to KNOW all the strains that were crossed to get G-13....
Bump for the kid askin bout G-13.
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