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The ancient art of selective breeding is practiced by almost everyone who grows crops or husbands livestock for a living. Those who don’t are both willfully putting themselves at a competitive disadvantage and breaking with an established norm.

The perceived risk for most cannabis cultivators is that they’ll wake up one day and find out that the strain they’ve been perfecting or even selling to dispensaries for years is suddenly the intellectual property of somebody else. Power plays like this are de rigueur in business and are often fought out in the courts, for years—but are nonetheless an abstraction for most consumers. As corn and soybeans and other agricultural commodities demonstrate, consumers don’t really seem to care if their end product was perfected in a field, in a garage or in a lab—just if it’s affordable and good and does the trick.

As MJ Biz Daily recounted: “The uproar underscores the cannabis industry’s unease over Big Ag companies eventually entering the space and controlling the means of production and genetics—a fear bred out of precedents set by the commercial agriculture market.”

All of this touches a very sensitive nerve in the marijuana industry, which has for years been haunted by the specter of GMO weed. It’s been enough of a thing that both Snopes and Monsanto felt the need to address—and dismiss as an “internet rumor”—the allegation that its scientists were working on GMO marijuana. (Whether this is an honest denial or an exercise in nominalism—perhaps Monsanto is working on something that’s cannabis sativa, AKA hemp, which would make their statement correct—only company insiders know).

And since cannabis sativa, the taxonomic definition for both recreational marijuana as well as the source material for CBD, is America’s hottest agricultural commodity, the obvious answer to the obvious question—”is there GMO weed?”—is almost certainly yes, and if not now, then there will be very soon. The second quandary, then, is to figure out what to do about it.

Cannabis Seeds can be altered in many different ways. The role of genetics is gaining rapid momentum amongst the grower communities owing to the possibilities it offers. Although mice were the first ‘guinea-pigs’ in getting their genes tweaked since the 1990’s genetic modification of plants is a common occurrence. Food is altered to be pest-resistance, drought-resistant, and disease-resistant.

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Cannabis Seeds: Modifications with Genetics

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The key ingredient that differentiates a shitty bag of weed and a great one boils down to the genes of the plant. Genetic engineering works in manipulating cannabis seed DNA to create super seeds that are tailored to produce desired traits in the plant. In the cannabis communities gene-tweaking is gaining popularity as it results in far greater control over the crop, i.e. specific flavours can be induced, the potency is pre-determined, feminization, removal of THC in medical marijuana strains etc.

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