CBG seeds

Feminized high CBG seeds. 17%+ CBG
5,000min. 5-6$ per seed depending on quantity. COA on hand for qualified buyers.

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Interested btimmel@yahoo.com

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What breeders are these seeds from?

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I’d love to know where the seeds came from; I didn’t know anyone bred 17% CBG, except the magic kind made by unicorns

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Very curious to know the source of the OP’s seed. Very high content type IV (i.e. pure CBG varieties) were created by Oregon CBD. Selling knock offs of our work is frowned upon.

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A couple of our test results from your seed came back even higher than this at Hemptown :muscle:t3:

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@very.good.hemp Where did these seed come from?

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Took the words out of my mouth and then selling them for $5-6. We actually had a client with 18.5% cbg with loq on delta 9.

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You know how labs are…here’s a flower from the same cluster on the same exact plant (tested in June 2018 to demonstrate inter-lab variability), tested by a less accurate lab.

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I like what I see from you @seth. Do I recall correctly reading posts over a ICMAG years back, as “agronomist”? If so, I’ve always been impressed.

Didn’t Hortipharm BV create chemotype IV over a decade ago? I know they created a bunch of different chemotypes, which they then licensed to GW Pharmaceuticals (maker of Sativex).

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Why do you say they are less accurate? I’ve spent some time with their methods people (as we are using them for 3rd party testing) and they seem on top of their shit.

Absolutely. Standard Deviation of +/- 5%, giving 105% CBD isolate results, fairly common.

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My ICMag name is socioecologist. Yes, Dave Watson’s company (Hortapharm) developed many of the plants that were eventually purchased by GW Pharma and are the backbone of their drug development programs. I did a short write-up on that for our IG account about a year ago: https://www.instagram.com/p/BsCEt1NBk-I/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

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That’s it, socioecologist. I enjoyed reading what your wrote. Thanks for the link. And thanks for your work.

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“I’d love to know where the seeds came from; I didn’t know anyone bred 17% CBG, except the magic kind made by unicorns”

Edit: Except OregonCBD who IMO breed the most reliably feminized, stable highest CBD seed in the market, and are the only true source of viable CBG seed.

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MOQ lowered to 1,500 seeds

$10K buy in from all CBG seed slangers. Such an interesting number. Ive been in this cannabis world for 12 years and what is painful is the greed and distrust among men that the cannabis industry is so easily prey to. I am not a man, by the way. I have seen my male partner and so many others lose friendships, trust, and basic human connection and become isolated in their unhealthy patterns of control, ownership and base capitalism. I feel there is a place where capitalism can be balanced and healthy, where money is made on genuine labor, ingenuity and quality products that humans truly need and benefit from: and not simply on intellectual capital. When capitalism goes to primarily intellectual capital, it is no longer serving a community or the earth, it is serving, someone’s ego. That is what I see happening in this thirst to “own” and dominate cannabis genetics right now, as exemplified in this forum and discussion. CBG may rightfully be a hugely significant medicine for humans and animals. The main reason we even have CBD dominant strains is from just a few people who intuitively bred for them before testing was available. And at the moment they could have controlled them, they instead opened their hand and let them go freely, to SERVE the people and earth, and not just to be served.

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