Recently a professor said that you could use a solution of colchicine and it will result in a seedless plant. I understand that part, but can you treat live plants with this?!
sorry, i complained bout this chemical in another thread that might have been your thread. Second thoughts have me thinking it would probably be better to learn about this chemical instead of trying to keep this info from cannabis growers.Cool thread, I have been interested in this lately. Polyploid cannabis plants produce twice as much due to double stacked bud sites and can have extremely high levels of THC and other cannabinoids. They grow fast too because they have more leaves per node. Thanks for the cliff notes squiggs.
Pills are Not effective!Back in the 1980's we tried to treat seeds with Colchicine. We emptied a Gout prescription capsule in the germination water. .
The above experiment was handled by a professor out the University of Washington. I was responsible for documentation software, seed stock and other supplies, carnivorous plant species were used in this experiment. The colchicine was handled in a chemistry class. The final seed inoculation was performed by the Washington State Agriculture dept (Univ). The dosages and procedure would be different for cannabis. I'm guessing based on some study of G13 colchicine was used in several steps in the creation of original G13 but colchicine treatments alone did create G13. There was more steps in the genetic modification of G13.Thank you Lino. I was about to try that again. Well maybe not. My weed is already too good.