I found these wild cannabis plants in our neighbourhood. Is my suspicion right that smoking buds (once they are mature) from these won’t make me high?

Yeah I would totally give them some quality nutes and see how the buds turn out. At the very least, you'll know for sure if it's decent smoke or not. It'll be fun, whatever happens.
id be more concerned of who is watching,ive had bandits get my shit and if i would have caught them game on for fertilizer
There is ditch weed hemp all across the mid west US. You're not the only one who has wondered. If it was a thang, guys'd be lining up. They're not, so....
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Seen alot of this(hemp) spending time in the midwest(Iowa,ND,SD,Nebraska).Pretty sure it lack any significant THC. But you never know someone could have dropped some seeds there while rolling some joints of thai weed or old school mex..try it as the worst ur gonna get is a headache
A LOT of that grows in central and Eastern Nebraska where I'm from. We called it "Nebraska No Buzz" "Ditchweed" "Nebraska Nonsense". However, like one says, you never know. Only difference between hemp and marijuana is the legal threshold, which was a meaningless number came up by a Richard Small in Canada years ago. He said, any cannabis with less than 0.3% THC is hemp and anything more than 0.3% THC is marijuana.. It is ALL Cannabis sativa L. even the stuff we pay good money for had it's origins in the wild. I'm not sure the % of THC you need to get a buzz. It may have some CBD and it may contain both THC and CBD. Years ago breeders were focused on toning down the CBD of cannabis in favor of higher THC. Now, it's a different story. Cobbler, Charlotte's Web, Chardonnay and a few others are specific bred cannabis to be higher in CBD and have less than 0.3% THC to qualify them for designation as " hemp".. Remember, it's all Cannabis sativa L. with different variances. you may have a dud... or you may have a winner.
I was going to say hemp too or if you’re really lucky a sativa. Stop back in a few months to see if it’s still there.