yeah, looked very promising but I found the same when I tried to find any publicly available beans. Shame cause they sound very cool.Never mind about the above seed company....... they don't sell to the general public, only licensed grow facilities per their website.
I don't think so Aqua Man, I think that's one possible explanation, I suppose. But genetics didn't pop into my mind when I read this. My bet would be flora and possibly a "pocket" of pH imbalance or some sort of anaerobe infection below the soil line. (a bubble of infection, or undesirable flora, not encompassing the entire root ball, but just one small section of it, or possibly along the main branch of the root) aka, (a root abscess, or lesion of sorts). Anaerobes are my guess, and that they changed the pH at a critical spot in the plant, maybe at it's base right inside the main aspect of the root ball.Genetic diversity.... that saying, always one bad apple in the group... guess that includes plants
They have to worry less about being raided by the government? In Canada it's only legal to sell seeds to licensed producers. Which is why I give so many away.yeah, looked very promising but I found the same when I tried to find any publicly available beans. Shame cause they sound very cool.
I always wondered what the benefit is in only selling to commercial ops.
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Yea, sounds like possibly a segment of the root system is affected, the part supplying the bottom half is recovering, the part supplying the top half is the part that collapsed, so whatever was effected is trying to regenerate underneath, I'm sure she'll recover eventually, the key is preserving what's been gained while it repairs itself, instead of further loss of past growth.Yes, I’m sure they are trying to limit their exposure to government intervention......so they limit seed sells.
Regarding the sick plant, the bottom half of the plant looks better, the top 1/2 is still doing poorly. She’ll have to go in the near future I’m guessing.
This is very relevant to my interests