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To prepare for the much bigger battles to come, Hunt said the traditional cannabis industry needs to form a massive alliance capable of pooling enough resources to scare off overly broad patent enforcement efforts or to fight them tooth-and-nail in court.

E very June, the cannabis software company Meadow hosts a multi-day conference in a California redwood forest. Held at an old Boy Scout camp near Navarro, about 140 miles north of San Francisco, the event draws a crowd of idealistic techies, conscious capitalists, and small-scale legacy weed growers—with a few Wall Street sharks disguised as Burning Man radicals circulating in the mix.

Holmes dropped out of the panel, which didn’t surprise many at the conference, given Phylos’ controversial pivot to embrace corporate agribusiness.

‘They want our genetics’

In his absence, the discussion turned into a kind of ad-hoc support group for old-school cannabis breeders.

On the panel and in the crowd, second- and third-generation family farmers from the Emerald Triangle—Northern California’s legendary cannabis growing region that encompasses Humboldt, Trinity, and Mendocino counties—spoke with great pride of heirloom strains their families have developed and kept vital.

Dale Hunt is a plant scientist and an attorney who specializes in both cannabis and patents.

“All of the biggest agricultural companies in the world want our genetics. Those people aren’t coming into our industry now, they’ve been doing it for a decade, and they’ve been doing it pretty much under the radar. So who’s paying for this forward-thinking technology to be applied to cannabis genetics?”

Alchimia presents here the Early Harvest version of World Of Seeds Afghan Kush cannabis strain, a 100% Indica landrace strain now available with earlier flowering. The fruit of the cross between the traditional Afghan Kush and a 4th generation Autof [. ]

The mythical Pakistan Chitral Kush by Ace Seeds is now available on, so you can enjoy the virtues of this exotic and tremendously resinous Indica landrace from a legendary hash-producing region. This is a pure landrace variety native [. ]

Landrace cannabis seeds

Philosopher Seeds present Early Maroc, sourced from early-flowering, 100% Sativa Moroccan landrace hash-producing genetics, these seeds give extremely fast results and are recommended exclusively for outdoor and greenhouse cannabis cultivation. Early [. ]

This Uzbek variety aka Pink Malabar is a 12th generation landrace from Underground Seeds Collective, producing an Indica-dominant line characterised by a fruity, sweet aroma with some phenotypes showing a pronounced Bubblegum flavour. Now available o [. ]

Black Afghani is a 100% Indica cannabis strain developed by Underground Seeds Collective from an ancient lineage harvested in Kandahar. Now available at Alchimiaweb in regular seed form. Starting from genetics sourced from the stock of a private see [. ]