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Alpine rocket seeds
AUSSAAT: 4. / 5. Monat
BL�TEZEIT: 9. Monat
LAGE: direkte Sonne / Halbschatten

Alpine Rocket

breed by SwissSeeds

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Basic / Breeders Info

Alpine Rocket is a mostly indica variety from SwissSeeds and can be cultivated outdoors . SwissSeeds’ Alpine Rocket is/was never available as feminized seeds.

SwissSeeds’ Alpine Rocket Description

AUSSAAT: 4. / 5. Monat
BL�TEZEIT: 9. Monat
LAGE: direkte Sonne / Halbschatten

Sie stammt urspr�nglich aus den Alpen und dem Vorderorient. Es ist eine kr�ftige Sorte und w�chst in einer H�henlage von bis 1000m. Sie hat mittelgrosse Bl�tter, die Ende Bl�tezeit gelb, leicht orange werden. Die Bl�ten sind rosafarbig. Eine sehr stark duftende Pflanze, deren guter Geruch zugleich lieblich (s�ss/mild) und pikant ist. Dieser Hanf weckt das Verlangen nach fernen Reisen und zu Tr�umen vom verschwundenen Paradies.

Es ist eine starke und eher grosse Pflanze. Es braucht 2-3m� pro Pflanze. Ende April im Topf anpflanzen und Mitte Mai in den Boden umpflanzen. Oder ab 10. Mai bis Ende Mai direkt in den Boden pflanzen.

Gartenerde f�r S�mlinge oder gut drainierte Erde.

Stickstoffhaltigen D�nger geben, wenn die Pflanzen 20cm H�he erreicht haben. Ende Juni einen kompletten Bl�tend�nger f�r Jahrespflanzen in fl�ssiger Form geben.

4 bis 10 Tage, ab 20�C

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Alpine Rocket Reviews

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Applying Genomic tools to Cannabis Breeding

Humans share a long history with Cannabis, perhaps going back even further back than the dawn of agriculture. As such this plant has traveled the world alongside humanity, consequent introductions of novel variants into the pool of genetics available to farmers and breeders has been both diverse and poorly recorded. While a general consensus has been reached in terms of the general classification of Cannabis into four groups: European Hemp and Chinese Hemp (which can be characterized by low psychoactive potential) and “sativa” and “indica” drug-type plants, the numerous other traits displayed by the genus have been given little attention. The availability of genomic resources for Cannabis now enables us to implement marker assisted selection programs aimed at identifying the particular genetic variant(s) responsible for traits of interest, such as cannabinoid, terpenoid and anthocyanin profiles responsible for the pharmacological, recreational and coloration properties of common strains. As this information becomes available to breeders, one can only expect that the monopoly enjoyed by some clandestine and licensed operations will be thwarted by brute force produced by the creative and intuitive farmers that have cultivated this plant and introduced and maintained genetic variation into the gene pool of this fascinating domesticated plant. Major benefits include the acceleration of targeted homozygosity.

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Philippe Henry · 21 Jan, 2016
Philippe Henry · 22 Jan, 2016

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