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GMO Punch

GMO Punch is a cross of GMO and Purple Punch. This incredible hybrid delivers new phenotypes that highlight the championed qualities of each parent. You can expect extremely resinous, high-yielding flowers, striking colors, and sweet-and-skunky flavors.

Our harvest of Head Punch seeds is scheduled for December 2022.

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49 reviews for GMO Punch

DankHead Dlux

September 30, 2020

2 of 2 germination. Very vigorous growth. One over 6ft indoors. Smells, looks great ! GPS has never let me down and have been the only company I deal with. Still looking to add to my collection of 50+ packs !

DankHead Dlux

September 30, 2020

2 of 2 germination. Very vigorous growth. One over 6ft indoors. Smells, looks great ! GPS has never let me down and have been the only company I deal with. Still looking to add to my collection of 50+ packs !

DankHead Dlux

September 30, 2020

2 of 2 germination. Very vigorous growth. One over 6ft indoors. Smells, looks great ! GPS has never let me down and have been the only company I deal with. Still looking to add to my collection of 50+ packs !

PropagateANDpro-create

December 11, 2020

Here is a better pic. Not all uploaded onn1st try

FireDon

September 21, 2020

Overrated. There were to different pheno’s. The ones in the pics where more gmo and the others without pics were more punch. GMO pheno had good structure, golf ball sized nugs, but the potency was no where close to what I was expecting.

FireDon

September 21, 2020

Overrated. There were to different pheno’s. The ones in the pics where more gmo and the others without pics were more punch. GMO pheno had good structure, golf ball sized nugs, but the potency was no where close to what I was expecting.

FireDon

September 21, 2020

Overrated. There were to different pheno’s. The ones in the pics where more gmo and the others without pics were more punch. GMO pheno had good structure, golf ball sized nugs, but the potency was no where close to what I was expecting.

FireDon

September 21, 2020

Overrated. There were to different pheno’s. The ones in the pics where more gmo and the others without pics were more punch. GMO pheno had good structure, golf ball sized nugs, but the potency was no where close to what I was expecting.

Dogonskij

All 6 popped just fine. I only keep the 2 that were keeping up with the rest of my plants. Both were some of the frostiest plants I’ve grown so far. Wanted to give 4 stars because of a below average yield, but the quality is so high I couldn’t bring myself to give anything less than 5 stars. Always easy to find keepers with GPS. I’ve ordered 8 packs from here and haven’t been disappointed yet

Dogonskij

All 6 popped just fine. I only keep the 2 that were keeping up with the rest of my plants. Both were some of the frostiest plants I’ve grown so far. Wanted to give 4 stars because of a below average yield, but the quality is so high I couldn’t bring myself to give anything less than 5 stars. Always easy to find keepers with GPS. I’ve ordered 8 packs from here and haven’t been disappointed yet

Dogonskij

All 6 popped just fine. I only keep the 2 that were keeping up with the rest of my plants. Both were some of the frostiest plants I’ve grown so far. Wanted to give 4 stars because of a below average yield, but the quality is so high I couldn’t bring myself to give anything less than 5 stars. Always easy to find keepers with GPS. I’ve ordered 8 packs from here and haven’t been disappointed yet

PropagateANDpro-create

December 11, 2020

Sprouted 2 beans of of a pack and got this gorgeous example. Smells of burnt rubber and bad breath. Smell is kind of hard to describe but it is definitely not a sweet strain. She doesn’t yield much but seems to do better in higher Temps. During the summer, in triple digit NE attic Temps she thrived while other plants came close to dying. Actually yielded more on the 1st run because of the high temp I think. When exposed to cooler Temps, yield wend down while colors came out. Personally, quality>quantity every time. Cant wait to sprout out the remainder of the pack and see what other phenos lie within.

DankHead Dlux

November 9, 2020

Can you say frosty ?

DankHead Dlux

November 9, 2020

Can you say frosty ?

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Funky84

Decided to pop one 3.5months back and put it in my tester area. Didn’t do anything special with her, 1 gallon smart pot with 50/50 coco perlite mix, topped twice and vegged for 4 weeks, flowered for a full 9, hand watered daily with my KISS method of maxi bloom, silica, cal/mg, and hydroguard. By far some of the most solid genetics I’ve grown in the past 12 years. No issues, and will always leave an honest review. I have the remaining 5 beans from this strain and 7 others to go. I’ll never order from attitude Seedbank again. Definitely seems like it’ll be a solid smoke once dried and cured. Fruity funk is what it’s all about.

Funky84

Decided to pop one 3.5months back and put it in my tester area. Didn’t do anything special with her, 1 gallon smart pot with 50/50 coco perlite mix, topped twice and vegged for 4 weeks, flowered for a full 9, hand watered daily with my KISS method of maxi bloom, silica, cal/mg, and hydroguard. By far some of the most solid genetics I’ve grown in the past 12 years. No issues, and will always leave an honest review. I have the remaining 5 beans from this strain and 7 others to go. I’ll never order from attitude Seedbank again. Definitely seems like it’ll be a solid smoke once dried and cured. Fruity funk is what it’s all about.

Funky84

Decided to pop one 3.5months back and put it in my tester area. Didn’t do anything special with her, 1 gallon smart pot with 50/50 coco perlite mix, topped twice and vegged for 4 weeks, flowered for a full 9, hand watered daily with my KISS method of maxi bloom, silica, cal/mg, and hydroguard. By far some of the most solid genetics I’ve grown in the past 12 years. No issues, and will always leave an honest review. I have the remaining 5 beans from this strain and 7 others to go. I’ll never order from attitude Seedbank again. Definitely seems like it’ll be a solid smoke once dried and cured. Fruity funk is what it’s all about.

Evan Tiller

December 21, 2020

Took clones from my seeded GMO Punch. 5 weeks from cuttings and been 2 weeks in New rdwc system.

Rflorian1

Some of the fattest nugs In my garden this run. Fruity onions for sure flushing right now I’ll throw another photo up when it’s trimmed! Glad I decided to run this one outdoors this year

Rflorian1

Some of the fattest nugs In my garden this run. Fruity onions for sure flushing right now I’ll throw another photo up when it’s trimmed! Glad I decided to run this one outdoors this year

Rflorian1

Some of the fattest nugs In my garden this run. Fruity onions for sure flushing right now I’ll throw another photo up when it’s trimmed! Glad I decided to run this one outdoors this year

Rflorian1

Some of the fattest nugs In my garden this run. Fruity onions for sure flushing right now I’ll throw another photo up when it’s trimmed! Glad I decided to run this one outdoors this year

January 16, 2022

This strain is an A+ all around. Crazy how vigorous and tuff this plant is! Pics are week 7 veg

January 16, 2022

This strain is an A+ all around. Crazy how vigorous and tuff this plant is! Pics are week 7 veg

January 16, 2022

This strain is an A+ all around. Crazy how vigorous and tuff this plant is! Pics are week 7 veg

End of week 6 flower. Gmo punch is an absolute beast of a strain!! Smells of candy, citrus and onion.

End of week 6 flower. Gmo punch is an absolute beast of a strain!! Smells of candy, citrus and onion.

End of week 6 flower. Gmo punch is an absolute beast of a strain!! Smells of candy, citrus and onion.

Artty559 (Verified Buyer) – July 31, 2020

Cmill0588 (Verified Buyer) – August 27, 2020

Nice plant! Grew one seed from the pack. Definitely underestimated the stretch on this one. Ran out of room in my tent as you can see in the pics. Did the best I could with what I had to finish it out properly. Going into flush now and the terpene/ester profile is becoming more prominent. I’m getting an earthy/skunky scent mostly, no fruity scent at all. Not as strong of a scent as I was expecting (probably my fault). Through my struggle I’m still happy with the results. I will definitely try this one again sometime.

Ralston (Verified Buyer) – April 20, 2020

Looking great so far. 2 weeks into flower. Check out the dark pistils (they are healthy!) 2 pics from 2 weeks of flower, 2 pics from today (4 weeks in)

DankHead Dlux (Verified Buyer) – September 30, 2020

2 of 2 germination. Very vigorous growth. One over 6ft indoors. Smells, looks great ! GPS has never let me down and have been the only company I deal with. Still looking to add to my collection of 50+ packs !

Joseph Chadwick – July 7, 2020

Greenpoint always brings me the Dank. I have two tremendous keepers from GMO Punch, you will never be disappointed with Greenpoint genetics as well as the best customer service in the business. I have ordered from greenpoint over a dozen times and have got nothing but the FIRE.

derek shank (Verified Buyer) – March 23, 2021

PropagateANDpro-create (Verified Buyer) – December 11, 2020

Here is a better pic. Not all uploaded onn1st try

jpk2003 (Verified Buyer) – August 17, 2020

I just brought these to harvest; and after a 5 day dry, and a premature one week cure, these taste undeniably as described. To be honest, somewhere along their grow I had gotten the 3 GMO Punch’s mixed up with several other GPS strains I was growing. As I sampled each strain, this one jumped out with the first hit… Garlic, Mushroom, and Onion. Nice work.

Greenpoint Seeds – August 17, 2020

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jpk2003 (verified owner) – August 17, 2020

I just brought these to harvest; and after a 5 day dry, and a premature one week cure, these taste undeniably as described. To be honest, somewhere along their grow I had gotten the 3 GMO Punch’s mixed up with several other GPS strains I was growing. As I sampled each strain, this one jumped out with the first hit… Garlic, Mushroom, and Onion. Nice work.

Awesome Plants & Gorgeous Pictures!

If you have any extra time (and are up to it), we’d love to see you run a grow journal in our forums here:

Thank you so much for taking the time to share and upload these images.

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James Hilliard (Verified Buyer) – July 23, 2020

When i say these plants are massive they are huge im 6 1 and there taller then me and stems are super thick ive been growing inside and out and these genetics are on point every time i have had an issue but the staff took care of it with no hassel no problems thats why i order here over and over again good Quality seeds and the gentics are mind blowing. Will have updates and pic asap when they start to flower once again great job guys.

Greenpoint Seeds – July 23, 2020

Thanks for the news! If you get a chance, start a journal in the forum!

Anonymous (Verified Buyer) – April 22, 2020

GMO Punch week 6 of Veg I’m very pleased so far.. the other plant is Rogue OG kush week 3 of flower witch stood up to the abuse of clipping topping and pruning reaching more than 6′ tall during VEG very vigorous plant

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GMO x Purple Punch

GMO Punch is a cross of GMO and Purple Punch. This incredible hybrid delivers unique phenotypes that highlight the championed qualities of each parent. You can expect extremely resinous, high-yielding flowers and killer hash quality. The aromas from GMO Punch range from garlic and mothballs to sour grapes and rotten fruit. This variety delivers uplifting effects that can quickly bring on the munchies and a long nap. This is not a cultivar for novice users.

GMO Punch Strain

GMO

The story of GMO, the mother of GMO Punch, begins with Chemdawg—one of the most iconic strains on the market. In 1991, a cannabis grower nicknamed Chemdog traveled from his home in Massachusetts to attend a Grateful Dead show in Indiana. At the concert, Chemdog bought some cannabis from two fellow growers, P-Bud and Joe Brand. The growers referred to the strain as Dog Bud, claiming that it was so powerful that it caused users to “roll over like a dog.”

When Chemdog returned to his home in Massachusetts, he contacted P-Bud and Joe Brand and asked them to send him some more of the Dog Bud.

When Chemdog received the package of Dog Bud, he was pleased to discover 13 seeds within the flowers. That same year, he sprouted some of the seeds and discovered two of the most famous phenotypes in the world: Chem ’91 and Chem Sis.

In 2001, Chemdog sprouted three more of the Dog Bud seeds and labeled them “Chem C,” “Chem D,” and “Chem E.” The Chem D was the keeper, producing a hefty yield of potent, resin-encrusted buds that smelled of petrol, skunk, and citrus.

In 2017, a prominent breeder known as Mamiko Seeds obtained a cutting of Chem D and crossed it with the renowned Girl Scout Cookies strain. Skunkmasterflex, another distinguished cannabis breeder, encountered an extraordinarily pungent phenotype within Mamiko’s Chem D-Girl Scout Cookies cross. He named this strain “GMO” to underscore the cultivar’s distinct aroma of garlic, mushroom, and onion.

GMO soon became a highly sought-after strain, and growers and breeders around the globe tried to acquire a cutting of this rare cultivar. Today, GMO is a popular choice among medical and recreational users and has been used by many breeders to create pungent and frosty hybrids.

GMO Lineage

GMO is a cross of Chem D and Girl Scout Cookies. Although Chem D is a well-known strain, its lineage is a mystery. Given its skunky and earthy aroma, some growers think that Chem D might be a hybrid of Skunk No. 1 and another strain. Others have proposed that it may be a hybrid of Pakistani Kush and Lemon Thai.

Purple Punch

Purple Punch is one of the celebrated cannabis strains in recent years. This prized, clone-only cultivar offers a plentiful yield of dense, purple-colored flowers that are lusciously sweet. Purple Punch is said to have been created in the early 2010s by a group of Hawaiian growers known as Supernova Gardens. To breed this strain, Supernova used a select male Granddaddy Purple to pollinate the legendary Larry OG Kush. They named this strain Purple Punch in light of its glamorous coloration and knockout effects. Today, Purple Punch is a staple among medical and recreational users, who cherish its sweet, fruity flavor and soothing stone.

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Purple Punch Lineage

Purple Punch is an Indica-dominant hybrid of two illustrious strains— Larry OG and Granddaddy Purple. Larry OG, the mother of Purple Punch, descends from the timeless OG Kush variety. Some growers believe that Larry OG is a cut of the original OG Kush; however, it typically produces a better yield and stronger branches than other OG Kush cuts. Given these differences, many growers think Larry OG could be an S1 or hybrid of the classic OG Kush.

Granddaddy Purple, the father of Purple Punch, is a cross of Purple Urkle and Big Bud. Purple Urkle, Granddaddy Purple’s mother, is believed to be a select phenotype of Mendocino Purps. Big Bud, in turn, is a polyhybrid of Afghani, Haze, and Northern Lights.

GMO Punch Feminized Cannabis Seeds

Greenpoint Seeds used Supernova’s prized cut of Purple Punch to cross with the funky and frosty GMO strain. This hybrid, known as GMO Punch, offers the superior resin production and pungent aroma of GMO and the striking color and hardy growth of Purple Punch. This exotic strain produces a wide range of elite phenotypes.

GMO Punch Aroma

One of GMO’s most remarkable traits is its raunchy fragrance. As the name indicates, this strain smells distinctly of garlic, mushroom, and onion. When the dried flowers are broken apart, undertones of soil, kerosene, and roadkill skunk also become apparent.

Purple Punch, the other parent of GMO Punch, radiates a rich, mouthwatering scent that is fruity and sweet. Purple Punch delights the senses with a bouquet of grape soda, blueberry, and candy, with hints of vanilla and spices.

GMO Punch unites the funky, skunky aroma of GMO with the sweet, fruity scent of Purple Punch. This variety smells of grape, berry, and vanilla, mixed with acrid undertones of garlic, skunk, and petrol.

GMO Punch Flavor

GMO Punch offers a complex, sweet-and-skunky flavor that is wholly unforgettable. This variety tastes of vanilla, berries, and grape soda, with earthy hints of skunk, garlic, and pine. Some GMO-dominant phenotypes may be skunkier, and Purple Punch-dominant phenotypes may be sweeter.

GMO Punch Effects

GMO is one of the most potent strains on the market. This cultivar consistently tests at 25 percent THC, with some plants containing a staggering 33 percent THC. Although GMO is exceedingly powerful, this strain delivers a well-balanced high that is calming yet functional. Users report that the high starts with an invigorating cerebral rush, which may improve the mood, ease stress, and provide a burst of inspiration. Soon, the Indica effects become noticeable, reducing pain and tension throughout the body. Given its tremendous potency, this variety is best enjoyed during the evening or shortly before bed.

Purple Punch contains between 18 percent and 20 percent THC and offers incredibly soothing effects. Shortly after smoking Purple Punch, users report experiencing a mellow head high that may relieve stress and elevate the mood. This calming cerebral effect shifts a body-numbing stone that may ease pain and tension. Purple Punch is a great choice for an afternoon smoke or a tasty nightcap.

GMO Punch combines the astounding potency of GMO with the soothing effects of Purple Punch, providing a deeply relaxing and euphoric sensation. Given its purported muscle-relaxing and pain-relieving effects, this strain is a great choice for medical cannabis users.

GMO Punch Structure

GMO is of medium height, with long stalks and broad, forest-green leaves. This strain forms medium to large-size colas that are profoundly caked in resin. The flowers are dense and frosty, with violet and red sugar leaves, bright orange pistils, and enlarged calyxes.

Purple Punch also is of average height, with emerald-green leaves and sturdy branches. This variety produces big, heavy colas that are encrusted in a thick sheen of resin. The flowers are fluffy but solid, and feature orange pistils and purple sugar leaves. Purple Punch usually presents picturesque hues of violet near the end of the flowering cycle.

Like its parents, GMO Punch is of medium height, with robust branches that have moderate internodal spacing. This strain forms large colas that comprise tight clusters of frosty buds. The flowers and leaves often display an array of arresting colors, including purple, red, black, and lime green.

Growing GMO Punch

GMO is a hardy and resilient variety that is easy to grow. This strain is resistant to many pests, diseases, and environmental stressors and can be grown both indoors and outdoors. When grown outdoors, GMO performs best in a warm and dry climate.

Purple Punch also is a hardy and beginner-friendly cultivar. This strain is resistant to pests and diseases and can withstand most environmental stressors. Purple Punch can be grown both indoors and outdoors and flourishes in a warm climate with moderate humidity.

Like its parents, GMO Punch is a resilient strain that is suitable for growers of all skill levels. Given its average height and sturdy branches, little training is necessary to achieve optimum results. When provided with ample nutrition, a stable environment, and abundant lighting, this strain can complete the flowering cycle in eight to ten weeks.

Pest & Disease Control

GMO Punch is resistant to most pests and diseases; however, incorporating an integrated pest management (IPM) protocol will ensure the best results. Growers can avoid most issues by maintaining a clean growing area, providing sufficient ventilation, and letting the plants dry out between waterings.

Buy GMO Punch Cannabis Seeds

GMO Punch is a beginner-friendly strain that reliably produces top-shelf buds. This variety offers large yields, exotic aromas, exceptional potency, and unsurpassed bag appeal. Its deeply relaxing effects and sweet, skunky aroma make GMO Punch a favorite among medical and recreational users. Growers benefit from its fast flowering time, hefty yield, and marvelous resin production. This strain is sure to please fans of exotic, dessert-themed cannabis strains.

Contact Greenpoint Seeds for more information about GMO Punch. Don’t forget to check out our diverse collection of regular and feminized cannabis seeds.

Have you grown or smoked GMO Punch? Tell us about your experience in the comment section below.

GMO Cookies Seeds

An in-depth review on the terpene-packed masterpiece GMO Cookies. Discover why cultivators worldwide crave GMO Cookies weed, along with essential grow info, its effects, and where to find GMO Cookies seeds for sale.

If you have the slightest inclination towards a healthy lifestyle — the acronym GMO may send a shiver down your spine.

In the cannabis industry, however, GMO takes a whole new meaning that’ll have you begging for more. Meet GMO Cookies — an indica-dominant powerhouse that’s set to make your taste buds do a backflip while setting your mind and body into cruise control.

If you’re ready to learn everything there is to know about the GMO Cookies strain — you’ve come to the right place. From finding the best location to buy GMO Cookies seeds online to learning how to get the biggest yield — everything you need awaits you below.

Believe us when we say that this is the one time you want to get your hand caught in the cookie jar!

GMO Cookies Seeds – Strain ID:

Type: Indica-Dominant Hybrid
Cannabinoids: Up to 28% THC
Terpenes: Caryophyllene, Pinene, Myrcene
Effects: Relaxing, Euphoric, Couch-Lock
Landrace Strain: Chemdawg x Girl Scout Cookies

Grow Difficulty: Moderate
Harvest: Up to 10 Weeks / 10+ Weeks
Yield: Up to 450g/㎡ / 600g/plant
Height: Up to 2-4 feet / 4+ feet
(*Indoor / Outdoor)

The Best GMO Cookies Autoflower Seeds in 2022:

• 20-24% THC
• Harvest: 8-10 Weeks
• Yield: 500-600g/㎡

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• £7.2 Per Seed
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About GMO Cookies Seeds

The History of the GMO Cookies Strain

GMO Cookies were bred by the masterminds at Mamiko Seeds.

Mamiko Seeds chose two stellar specimens to create something the cannabis industry seldom sees. By crossing Girl Scout Cookies with Chemdawg — GMO Cookies was born.

During the early phase of testing the new strain, the breeders immediately noticed an outrageously dank aroma and flavor. The only way to describe the terpene profile was by calling it Garlic Cookies.

However, many fans wonder why Mamiko Seeds placed the acronym “GMO” into the mix. Overall, the name is a riff on genetically modified organisms because its taste is unreal, and it’s perfect in every way.

Luckily for us, however, there’s nothing genetically modified about GMO Cookies. Instead, Garlic Cookies is absolutely one for the books in terms of top-shelf weed.

Hence, the breeders at Mamiko Seeds dubbed their new creation GMO Garlic Cookies. Since its release, GMO Cookies seeds are nearly impossible to find.

Luckily, multiple online seed banks now offer feminized seeds of the masterfully crafted GMO Cookies.

How to Grow GMO Cookies Seeds

The GMO Cookies strain is more than worthwhile to grow because it offers a tidal wave of incredible characteristics.

From flavor to yield — you’ll be hard-pressed to find a weed strain this good. Below, you’ll discover all the information you need to grow a crop of top-shelf GMO Garlic Cookies.

Grow Difficulty

Although GMO Cookies isn’t the easiest strain to grow — it’s suitable for nearly all skill levels.

In other words, GMO Garlic Cookies is moderately challenging to cultivate in both indoor and outdoor settings. However, a bit of knowledge regarding the GMO Cookies strain goes a long way.

Here’s a list of key aspects to understand before growing GMO Cookies:

  • GMO Cookies doubles in size once flowering begins
  • GMO Cookies is nearly impossible to find in clone or regular form
  • Humidity management

If you’re not a green thumb cultivator — don’t worry! The GMO Cookies strain is a forgiving crop, and you’ll find top-shelf buds regardless of your skill level.

Optimal Growing Conditions and Climate

When it comes to GMO Cookies — there are no better growing conditions than a Mediterranean climate when it comes to GMO Cookies.

Ultimately, GMO Cookies plants grown indoors prefer:

If you grow GMO Cookies seeds outdoors, they prefer:

Although it’s possible to grow GMO Cookies seeds in cold climates — you must make sure they are grown indoors. If you can only cultivate marijuana outdoors, it’s best to use a greenhouse to achieve the best yield possible.

Flowering time

GMO Garlic Cookies may flower for up to 10-weeks.

Although GMO Cookies is indica-dominant — it flowers similar to a sativa-leaning hybrid. However, you may stumble upon a phenotype that exhibits a flowering time of 8-9-weeks.

GMO Cookies may finish flowering by the middle of October when grown outdoors. Remember, you must ensure your climate can handle a late-flowering cannabis crop to guard against mold or frost.

Yield

Even if a single GMO Cookies plant yielded a single gram of weed — it would be the gram of a lifetime.

Luckily, however, GMO Cookies are more liberal with their yield and can produce upwards of 450-grams of top-shelf weed indoors. If you grow GMO Cookies outdoors — prepare your trimmers (or trimming machines) for 600-grams per plant.

Height

If you’re ready to grow GMO Cookies — you need to be aware of its (potential) height.

The GMO Cookies strain is known to grow to a medium height. In other words, indoor growers won’t be stressed out by a super tall weed tree, and outdoor growers can easily manage their patch with ease.

However, you must be ready for GMO Cookies’ pre-flower stretch. Once 12/12 sets in — GMO Cookies plants can double in size within two weeks.

Here are a few tips on how to control the height of your GMO Cookies crop:

  • Reduce vegetative time to 1-3-weeks
  • Use the FIM or topping method to create bushier (as opposed to lateral) growth
  • Harness the LST method to pull side branches down to create an opencanopy

Resistance to Pests and Diseases

GMO Cookies is surprisingly resilient against pests and diseases.

However, it’s not recommended to let your guard down because GMO Cookies isn’t resistant to everything. Therefore, ensure your insect-pest-management program (IPM) is on point by incorporating these methods into your garden:

  • Apply organic pesticides 1-3 times prior to flowering
  • Trim undergrowth to improve air circulation
  • Space plants accordingly
  • Ensure climate (temperature and humidity) are at ideal levels
  • Provide adequate nutrition and water applications

By following these tips, you’ll avoid the majority of pests and diseases that can harm your GMO Cookies crop.

GMO Cookies Strain Description and Properties

GMO Cookies’ Bag Appeal

Dank. Fire. Headstash.

These are only a few words that describe the stunning quality of GMO Cookies weed. As if it was genetically modified, GMO Cookies’ bag appeal is as good as it gets.

At first glance, the flowers of GMO Cookies appear as lightweight and fluffy as a cloud. Upon closer inspection, however, the buds are tight and dense.

The color of each flower is a creamy light green that immediately stirs your senses. Furthermore, an explosion of vibrant orange pistils can be found across the bud’s surface.

Last but not least, GMO Garlic Cookies weed is decked in enough frost that you’ll think your buds are frozen over.

At first glance, the flowers of GMO Cookies appear as lightweight and fluffy as a cloud.

GMO Cookies’ Cannabinoid Content

Once you see GMO Cookies’ THC content, you might believe it was genetically modified.

On average, GMO Cookies weed tests at a staggering 28% THC. Whether you’re a beginner or professional toker — 28% THC is a crazy-high amount that’ll knock your socks off.

Additionally, the GMO Cookies strain contains a surprising 1% of CBG, which provides a small medicinal advantage.

GMO Cookies’ Terpene Concentration

One whiff of GMO Cookies weed, and you’ll be sure you’re not smelling weed, but something else entirely.

The GMO Cookies strain is one of the most notable strains for its nose-curling and eye-raising aroma and flavor. If you’ve never come across GMO Cookies weed — be prepared for terpenes that you’ve never experienced.

As you open a jar of GMO Cookies — your nose will be greeted by a flood of audacious aromas similar to fried onions, buttered garlic, and sweet hints of citrus. Overall, it’s safe to say that GMO Cookies reeks — so make sure you double bag these buds before you go out in public.

As for the flavor — upfront garlic, crispy onions, and dank hashish take the lead from each hit. Similar to the aroma, the taste of GMO Garlic Cookies sticks to the tongue and doesn’t let go.

GMO Cookies’ Recreational Effects

GMO Cookies is the real deal when it comes to potent weed.

At 28% THC, it’s no wonder why GMO Cookies’ recreational effects are so sought after. Here’s a list of effects that you may experience while indulging in the otherworldly flavors of GMO Garlic Cookies:

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As you can see, GMO Cookies is prone to putting you down for the count. Therefore, always check your dose to avoid blacking out — especially if you’re new to marijuana.

GMO Cookie’s Medical Potential

The GMO Cookies strain is a highly medicinal cannabis product that shouldn’t be missed.

Growing your own GMO Cookies seeds is a far better alternative than buying GMO Cookies weed at a local dispensary. Overall, GMO Cookies is considered a top-shelf strain by all measures, so it’s common to find sky-high prices at weed shops.

GMO Cookies can retail for $20 per gram in locations such as Denver or Los Angeles. Therefore, most medical marijuana patients seek out Feminized GMO Cookies seeds to ensure an affordable source of GMO Cookies weed at all times.

Below is a list of medical benefits associated with consuming GMO Cookies weed:

As you can see — GMO Cookies is an indica-dominant strain that your garden needs if you suffer from common medical issues.

Adverse Effects of GMO Cookies Weed

The GMO Cookies strain isn’t all just pie-in-the-sky descriptions.

If you go overboard, as in, consume too much GMO Cookies — you’re in for a wild ride. The adverse effects of GMO Cookies can be summed up as:

Remember, these adverse effects are only possible if you consume too much GMO Cookies weed relative to your tolerance.

Genetically engineered cannabis.

Dutch Passion is not involved with Genetically engineerd Cannabis, or planning to get involved with GMO crops. This article only discusses the subject.

All Dutch Passion seeds are 100% natural and free from any type of genetic engineering.

Genetic engineering is the manipulation of the genetic code (or ‘genome’), it can be done to either plants or animals. Mice were the first to get their DNA meddled with back in the 70’s. The first plants were modified in the 1990’s and since then we have learned a great deal about tinkering with the genome to enhance certain plant qualities. Food crops are now routinely genetically modified to yield better, be drought resistant, to be insect and disease resistant etc. Genetically modified (‘GM’) Soybean, corn and many other crops are now grown all over the world. The genie is out of the bottle.

Just what could be achieved if cannabis could be genetically modified? Who would have the cash to do such a thing…and why?

The first people I expect to create GM cannabis are the pharmaceutical companies, they have the cash to make it happen. They are on the crest of a wave as medical marijuana begins to enter mainstream medicine. At the moment this market has an annual value worth just tens of €millions but this market will grow exponentially, in a few years I expect the pharmaceutical market for cannabis medicines will be worth literally €billions as cannabis starts finding its way into mainstream treatment for pain relief, MS, epilepsy, sleep problems, depression, cancer treatment etc etc. GM cannabis could be created to grow into large ‘tree’ style plants that may be able to yield insane harvest quantities perhaps over several years. The mind boggles. Yet realistically GM cannabis will be tried if, and when, the pharmaceutical companies start realising the true financial pharmaceutical potential for ganja.

Mazar, grown outdoors in soil filled containers in the Czech Republic from 20th April to 15th November 2010 using feminised seed. Superb specimens. Can genetically modified weed be any better than the natural version ?

I also suspect that by manipulating individual genes and specific parts of the plant DNA, cannabis could be genetically modified in a way which would selectively favour production of certain cannabinoid compounds. Natural marijuana produces over 85 different cannabinoid compounds of which THC is the most abundant. Cannabinoids are the only compounds that work in conjunction with the human cannabinoid receptors. Sooner or later people will understand the precise role of each of the cannabinoid family and that will allow a second generation of cannabis medicines to be created. These they will use selective groups of cannabinoids or even individual ones, for highly specific medical purposes. Certain medicines may be more effective with plenty of cannabinoid CBN and CBD enrichment, who knows. Perhaps they will remove the THC so you can’t get a pleasant buzz from it.

The pharmaceutical companies will feel they have to convince everyone that the benefits of their particular marijuana medicine can’t be achieved with normal weed. Some of the drug companies will shy away from involvement fearing that medical marijuana may actually cut company profits as it eats into existing premium-priced medicine markets. But ignoring a new emerging market is never a smart way to deal with it in a free market economy. ‘Sooner or later someone will exploit and dominate the medical marijuana market so it may as well be us’, the pharma companies will conclude. By embracing medical marijuana they can grow their own raw materials and use the various active ingredients in different combinations for different medicines. It is the ultimate business model, one raw ingredient that is easy and cheap to farm and multiple medical products, all with very few costs.

Personally I expect the pharmaceutical companies will invest heavily to genetically engineer a cannabis strain that yields ultra high levels of the whole spectrum of cannabinoid chemicals. The aim will be to extract and isolate them into individual cannabinoids on an industrial scale using thousands of tons of bud. Once individual cannabinoids are isolated I expect they will find their way into pills for very specific medical purposes. This is the best way for pharma companies to remove the ‘threat’ of homegrown weed, they will simply say that their preparations are more effective because they are more sophisticated. Of course not everyone will believe them, but they will become rich enough anyway. Perhaps a few seeds or cuttings of these GM strains will find their way back to Amsterdam…..just imagine the great hybrid strains!

In the meantime the traditional cannabis seed breeders will continue to make the most useful contributions to the medical marijuana movement by working with grow cooperatives. I am personally sure all marijuana is medically effective, yet there are some strains that are often better known by the medical marijuana users. In Dutch Passions case, it is often strains like Ortega, Mazar, Strawberry Cough which are perhaps mentioned most frequently by med users.

So perhaps we will see genetically modified cannabis in the not-too-distant future. I think it will take 5 years before they build up the courage to announce plans to try it, and another 5 years before they show us the results. I am sure the medical marijuana movement will be involved in a very big way, but have you ever wondered what the implications and experiences might be for the recreational stoner? Could GM cannabis give you radically different weed to that which we enjoy today? Maybe weed that doesn’t stink when you grow it, or weed with a quite different buzz? As crazy as these questions seem, I reckon one day very soon they will be asked for real.

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Bill Vann

A GMO supporter and anti-GMO activist arguing to convince the other is essentially a christian vs atheist or president Trump vs Obamacare. Everyone has a deep gut feeling of “I am correct and anything the opposing party has to say will change nothing with my opinion.” During debate we are tapping into the roots of the opponent beliefs and threatening their moral compass. There must be respect for every open-minded opinion and not answered with ignorance or scorn. Do not feel threatened with the thought of changing your opinion because if anyone comes to the table pre-determined then debate will escalate into anger, frustration, etc. Do not tap into your own negative emotions when presenting your argument, even if the opposing person is being provocative. The first person who expresses any form of insult or looses control of their emotions has lost the debate from a moralistic standpoint. People who are emotionally intelligent should only be granted the spotlight because they avoid words such as “disgusting, sick, waste, poison, destroying, terrible” which are tactics for taping into their supporters emotions and sidetracking everyone from the actual argument, while disrespecting the opposing party’s opinion.

george

greetings from greece, i am agriculturist and i cultivate only with biological and biodynamic way medicinal plants. i follow steiner if u know way and not only. i cultivate aloe vera,aloe arborescens, agave tequilanna and some greek herbs. the reason i send this, is because i plan to cultivate cannabis sativa under 0.2% THC because it is the only one i can here in greece and dont have any problems with the law. the varieties i can cultivate are limited and specific.does anyone knows if i recommend some of them if they are gmo or monsanto varieties?please if anyone knows i will send a cataloque of them in order to let me know it.i am looking to find some greek varieties from early 50’s but they dont give me permission. thanks i am looking forward for your answer as soon as possible

raven

Try the “ebner effect”.

Your defense of GMOs is totally wrong. Read and learn:http://bigbudsmag.com/marijuana-cannabis-maximum-yield-monsanto-sunlight-supply/

james grady

The GMO that scares people is merely a technological technique which is just a “better mousetrap”. Humans have been genetically altering the environment with cross breeding. The GMO as used by genetic engineers, merely allows for patents, and documentation. It is high time for folks to get over their “earth-is-flat fears of genetics.

Felipe

hahaha you made me laugh hahaha

Specialist

There could be unforeseen Negative Pleiotropic effects .

Brian T

GMO? What exactly is GMO? Well that depends on what exactly you mean by the term Genetically modified organism. the kind of thing Monsanto was trying to do with its genetically modified food crops i.e. modify them in such a way that they were incapable of producing viable seed making the company the only source is both morally wrong and dangerous. But and here’s the thing, all the various strains of cannabis we are currently cultivating are genetically modified, that is what plant breeding is. When you take the pollen from one strain and pollinate another strain or cultivar with it to produce a different plant with modified characteristics you have a genetically modified plant. This is not a bad thing IF you get a better plant. If the plant you wind up with is not as good as either of the parents it is crap. Most of the ‘GM’ cannabis will be from the likes of Monsanto, developed either to improve the medicinal value of the plant or to make it impossible for it to be grown by anyone other than the big pharma growers or both. Also consider this, Industrial Hemp is cannabis. It has relatively insignificant THC levels. Imagine the impact of several hundred thousands of acres of industrial weed reaching maturity and scattering its pollen to the winds . and consider the effect that pollen will have on YOUR plants and nearby medicinal growers. I may be a little cynical but I cannot think of a more effective way of destroying the recreational and medical cannabis market and it has cost benefits for someone from the fibre, oil etc.etc.

Richard Head

weed is great especially gmo’d

D. Vreeken

I am under the impression that “gmo ” happens in nature when two separate species happen to propagate near each other and one of said species has antiseptic values that inhibit viral bacterial and fungal growth during germination phases. Nature is still the best medicine and can produce this effect over and again.

Bifrost

I say bring it on! Genetic modification is not scary or inherently dangerous.

sam skunkman

The posters that claim GMO Cannabis is here, being grown and sold are just lost, they have no idea of what they are saying, it is not true. Polyploids are not GMO, they can be made with GMO techniques if you wanted to, but 75% of the flowering plants on earth are polyploid, made by nature, not man. People need to understand what it is they hate, if it is GMO Cannabis then go back to sleep, there is none being grown and sold anywhere. GMO cannabis for Cannabinoid profile is stupid that can be done easily with classical breeding. Pure CBD, pure THCV, pure CBC, etc. Classical breeding is not GMO regardless of what several posters think.

I’m not here to argue the science of GMO’s. My thought is that you have an extremely hard time fighting the big money that’s in the process of entering the game. My concern is that we don’t know enough about how it affects human health. The thing that has me skeptical is the amount of money that goes into anti labeling propaganda that is spewed across the airwaves at election time. I want the choices available to the general consumer to be easy choices if they wish to avoid GMO products.

Why think small and do genetic engineering on whole plants? Why not have pure cannabinoid-specific Cannabis cell lines with high expression yields that we can grow in mini- and desktop photo-bioreactors? No pharmaceutical companies will want to deal with plants (too complex/indirect; dirty/non-sterile) when they could simply cell culture, with much better control and relatively small bioreactors, much purer products much the same as biopharmaceutical (recombinant proteins/antibodies) are currently manufactured. Or why not just skip cell culture and go direct to even more higher technology – synthetic biology? Develop and sell us the enzymes and terpene starting materials/intermediates for home-brewed semi-synthetic THC and variants?

Michael

80% THC plants coming with large thick stalks to hold it up 10 foot high with insane yields with insane anti-mold/fungi and pest resistant? That can handle extremely low/high temps, and sub-par soil? Sign me up, I’d make BHO all day.

randomemailofanilliteratepublicofficial

Responding especially to Carol M. and AWitnessofRevelation 11. You are correct. GM is everywhere. You can’t find wild-type MJ anymore. It’s all GM. This conversation is a decade late. that’s when my friend was GM-ing it (fruit that’s rich in cannibanoids). before going to the big house for lesser matters. FYI, Al Capone seved a life sentence for tax evasion. Also, GM is not as effective as polyploids with respect to production. This has truly been a public service announcement.

AWitnessofRevelation11

genetically enhance marijuana to have a perrenial trait, and the ability to grow fruit that’s rich in cannibanoids. That’s the map leading to the tree of life.

Fox Mulder

Have you ever thought about bringing genes for THC into organisms like yeast? Would be interesting to make beer or bread with this modified yeast.

NO GMO CANNABIS

I am a fan of Dutch Passion. I strongly urge you to quit creating Genetically Modified Cannabis. It is not a natural way of breeding. Genetically Modified Corn And Soybean Are Terrible for Humans and the environment! Please do not cross the GM line!!

GMO IS POISON

I’m going to make this really short and to the point: GMO is poison to the human body! Millions of people across the planet are DYING of bowl diseases and multiple forms of cancer BECAUSE of GMO’s. This is PROVEN FACT and anyone who says otherwise has been completely brainwashed with propaganda. Studies show that humans beings have a 500% greater chance of becoming sterile when fed a high GMO diet. Look this stuff up and don’t fall for the propaganda! This is VERY real.

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GM Marijuana already exists. They have been doing it since the 90’s, haven’t you noticed the 5,000 new potent strains of marijuana to just come out of now here since the mid 90’s? The hundred different types of kush, the thousand different hazes; the guy that wrote the first comments is a f*****g idiot.

M. Vaughan

You all are WAY too late for this discussion. 1- Marijuana has been transgenic for YEARS. You can google “gm marijuana seeds” and come up with countless sites who have no problem saying what they really are. 2- The University of Florida has submitted the first U.S. patent for their method of producing transgenic marijuana. Do you all really think last year was the first time someone created transgenic marijuana? It’s one of the most mutatable plants on the planet. It’s basically a toy for botanists, and now someone has patented a major method of producing transgenic marijuana seeds. What happens now? Who are they going to sell it to, or are they going to lease the rights? Are they going to sue people who infringe on their patent? Apparently they can do anything they want, because people like this are in denial of its existence. It’s a real thing. A real patent, by a real university, with a real botany research program. And speaking of 3- Norman Borlaug started messing with plant genetics in the 1940’s. If you’ve ever been an activist against world hunger, you should have have heard of him. He was given the Nobel Peace Prize for saving a BILLION human lives with his genetically modified crops and is the father of the Green Revolution. Top that.

nochance

Oh my god ! Most of you on here are under educated. You all rant and rave it’s bad this, bad that. Get a grip for the sake of your own sanity, and mine for having to explain this over and over. Genetically modified anything is not bad within set safety perameters. Firstly, nothing is added or taken away per-say from g.m. plants. The genes which are already present within the plant, or from another plant are taken and realighned if you like to accentuate or eradicate specific criteria. This is EXACTLY the same as the following example. You have to shop for food every week. So imagine every week you shop for your neighbour and they shop for you. Every week you get shopping, some times you get something you really like, most of it is o.k. and some is not needed or disliked or even unsafe if you have an allergy to say nuts or something, or maybe you have a special dietary requirement like low sodium. Imagine this method of food shopping as the cannabis plant. Now say you could write a list of specified foods, you end up totally satisfied with your shopping that week. No nut traces in your gluten free bread so to speak. That’s your g.m. crop right there. You could Taylor any detail of the plants genetics to suit your needs. Higher thc or faster flower time, bigger buds whatever you like. Lets look at selective breeding. You are slowly generation by generation genetically modifying cannabis. You cross a sativa with an indica, well done you just modified the genetics of a plant. You could have taken another indica to breed with your indica and the same for the sativa. But we all know that hybrids are the way forward, because they are a tailored version of what we want. Otherwise why would you cross that short fat indica with a dank smell n fat buds, with that tall fast growing sativa that takes forever to flower, has small buds and smells vaguely of ass. Because you are hoping you can get a tall plant, with fat buds that smell dank, with a nice short flower period. G.m. is a way of eleviating the guess work. Imagine if you could change that short gene for a tall one, or the gene that makes your lovely plant have low potencey and switch it out with a high potencey one. We aren’t talking food crops, even though it’s the same. We are talking about weed. You all rant it’s super safe doin weed, so why the panic. Don’t be a sheep and follow the rest of the crowd with the hype. Rest assured my friends G.M. IS the way forward in future. Your kids will be eating it if you don’t, and it’s idiots like you that stop the progression of future advancements in medicine. That stupid, pig headed blindness never serves anyone well. I can’t wait to see, smoke and get high on a plant that only produces thc. The high is pure, the potencey is guaranteed no matter what some jumped up punk bitchis trying to sell me on the street corner, and we’ve all been there with bullshit ditch weed. I agree to the fullest that it should be a seperate avenue completely from the mainstream bud to eleviate problems with purity of genetics aswell as the nostalgia of it. Like organic food now. 30 years ago, nearly every thing you ate was organic. I’m English so nearly everything my family ate would have been sourced from local farms and company’s as the transport of goods wasn’t what itis now back then. Now people will pay tthrough the nose for it haha. Humanity is by far the stupidest thing I have ever encountered. Have you all forgotten we are the product of each other’s natural selection. You are all apes. Not some Devine race. You have the same inate fears and instincts as any other animal. Loud noises, predators and most imortantly fear of the unknown. Do us all a favour and educate yourselves to save people like me half an hour of my life typing this just to help people I will never meet. I will never even see a reply to thus post as when I hit enter and leave this page I won’t be back. To all those who know what I’m on about you are gifted, please continue educating yourselves for personal gain. To all the rest , Laters ya god worshipping, dream analysers !

Smiley

People!! What are you thinking. Don’t do this. It is a very bad idea and I will do everything in my power to sway people away from a GMO anything, never mind cannabis! Please STOP!! Are you not seeing the problems we are having right now with GMO’s. Maybe you should look at the issues Hawaii is having. Go back the hybridization for the people, and the planet.

Biochemist

“Personally I expect the pharmaceutical companies will invest heavily to genetically engineer a cannabis strain that yields ultra high levels of the whole spectrum of cannabinoid chemicals. The aim will be to extract and isolate them into individual cannabinoids on an industrial scale using thousands of tons of bud. Once individual cannabinoids are isolated I expect they will find their way into pills for very specific medical purposes.” I disagree. Dronabinol (synthetic THC) does exist as a Schedule III drug in the U.S., but it is not horribly successful. Crude extracts (just grabbing all the cannabinoids) have also not been really successful. I think pharmaceutical companies will instead make (and attempt to patent) their own protocol for genetically modifying a strain or strains then sell these strains to patients by monopolising the market. “Your friendly neighbourhood kickass special years-of-labour genetically engineered bud”, and then the local shops won’t be able to compete.

Biochemist

“Cannabinoids are the only compounds that work in conjunction with the human cannabinoid receptors.” That is incorrect; humans have the endocannabinoid system.

its funny how all GM feed is making the cattle and the people very sick. Dont trust these parasites and all their lies! monsanto have created terminator sterile seed! how will this feed the planet? its all about control. Cannabis will be next to be tampered with and potentially ruined.

Scintilate

So, GMO cannabis, what are your thoughts on >seed to sale . tracking?

The first 300 plants to be geneticali modified were marijauna . in 1976 in miramar california part of the mk ultra project . shhhh its too late breeders

Icenitribe

I see no harm in experimenting with genetic manipulation of cannabis as it may lead to new understanding of the lesser known cannabinoids. @dirtlife Gmo foods that are pest resistant are not ingested though inhalation. I may smoke a corncob pipe but I don’t smoke the kernels. “pop pop”. I doubt the first thing a company would want to do is create poisonus medical cannabis as it would defeat the purpose. Augmenting the cannabinoids and growth patterns would seem obvious,possibly even color and appearance or even making a totally different species of plant produce cannabinoids “thc apples”. I could see governments doing nefarious manipulations of the cannabis plant.

Marcos

Please do not GM Cannabis! We don’t need it We don’t want it It is risky and not possitive Marihuana breeding is ok like has been for years. We don’t need to touch directly the DNA lets the natural and growers selection do its work!

Garrett

I am a freshman in college and the development of strains with targeted concentrations of THC, CBD, and CBN is a subject that completely fascinates me. Does anyone have any insight on what path I should take to be able to work in a field where I would be doing this?

DIRTLIFE

GM cannabis plants will be genetically modified to produce poison to kill off common insects and will affect the consumer also! The only tests that have been done on GM foods today have caused cancer and sterilization in lab rats I agree with what Canna wrote: “Right now there are 0 deaths related to marijuana and how amazing is that? Something that is “so dangerous” we are having a war against it, yet completely harmless. Do we really want to change those numbers from 0? If marijuana becomes a genetically modified organism we will surely see that number rise from 0.”

Carol M

I was under the impression that marijuana has already been GM for about a decade now. http://www.hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesMain/tabid/56/ID/9027/US-Patent-Pending-for-Genetically-Modified-Marijuana.aspx

Canna an

I agree completely t smoke. Right now there are 0 deaths related to marijuana and how amazing is that? Something that is “so dangerous” we are having a war against it, yet completely harmless. Do we really want to change those numbers from 0? If marijuana becomes a genetically modified organism we will surely see that number rise from 0. Grow the best you can but leave the natural process of the plant alone.

T Smoke Train

The problem with genetically altering anything is you will not only alter what you want you will make additional uncontrollable changes which are most of the time not favorable, such could be the creation of toxins not known to the body which could be dangerous and even deadly. This is what we have with our food right now, GM corn produces more natural toxins so it kills of insects by its own but its causing massive damage to the humans that eat it cause its not natural to take the toxin at such quantaties at a time, or worse: its not even a natural toxin at all! Cannabis also has toxins which kill insects and fight off molds, if the toxins where to be modified in the process of creating fatter buds (which wouldnt be a surprise at all) could end up rather dangerous if people are going to eat it or if it gets modified so badly it doesnt all burn in a joint, it might even turn deadly So for the love of jah think twice and please leave the herb alone, leave everything alone! YOU didnt create it so YOU are not in charge!!

some one please find the genes that manipulates blackberry growth speed and spikes and put it into a weed plant. Result would be a spiky fast growing dope plant 😀 it would take over and they could not do a thing about it

Patrick

Marijuana has been genetically altered since the early 70’s when I learned how to alter seeds throught the extract of a certain juice of a toxic plant. Many plants are altered through grafting which alters the genetics from one strain to another strain and creates a 3rd strain genetically different from the other two strains. Being genetically altered does not destroy the basic DNA, just as cloning sheep, dogs or humans does not alter the basic DNA. If it alters the DNA it becomes something other than it was and then it would no longer be pot, it would probably be pottie or peyote.

Ina,BG

Jeff: You dont even have to use pesticides,just have to keep the soils clean and healthy so they can produce many nice crops. I repeat i don’t want to smoke that or use it for anything! I made small research by asking more than 100 people in public forums,my friends and others. All of them were terrified by the idea.I suggest you do the same. Once made,genetically modified cannabis will mix with many strains and it will be unstoppable(like the other GM cultures). One day the most expensive weed will be again the bio weed,i bet on it:) The right course for DP will be:”We sell real bio cannabis!”

claims of boosted yields are complete fallacies you must be selling pesticide traditionally grown foods can feed the world better than GMOs

MrSparkles

There is already work going into gene splicing in Cannabis, not for recreational use but pure R&D. At the moment its more controlling Phenotypes by manipulating genes at 4 identified Loci that cannabis has. This is used to control THC(V), CDB(V), CBC(V), CBG(V) in the plant. GM is the way forward and it also needs to happen to keep the human population going in such a high demanding environment. It might not be needed in cannabis but will only better the end product. And to all those “nay sayers” who think they can judge without understanding GM on a scientific level, well in 2008 there were riots in 36 countries due to the 70-130% rise in base-line crop prises. That is what you will all be heading for and are a big part of cause. Nature has a way of balancing itself out. In 25 years we could be up to 9 Billion people. Try feeding them without GM Crops.

Tony, Dutch Passion

Ina, please stay calm ! So far no-one has genetically modified cannabis. We are only talking about the possibilties.

Ina,Bulgaria

Please don’t involve with this GM industry! We,the users who grow cannabis for medical purposes,using it for eating and making tinctures say NO to that! or if you decide to think only for the money and make GM marihuana i want to know which strains exactly will be GM so i will never buy and tell all of my friend to NOT BUY! Thank you!

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