Promoting femalness in cannabis seeds
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Date and time: Wed, 02 Mar 2022 01:40:07 GMT
Carbon Monoxide: Does it make Plants turn Female?
This is for those of you asking about where the literature came from. I dont know if this is where, but it would be the study of carbon monoxide on flowering plant growth. So before you go making people feel stupid by bashing their thoughts, you should make sure you know what you’re talking about in the first place. This link is just to the first page of the effect of carbon monoxide on the sexuality of Mercurialis amibgua L. fils. I was not going to pay the money to read the rest of the information for you.
If you want to know the results of the testing you would have to get:
Heslop-Harrison J. 1957 . The effect of carbon monoxide on sexuality in Mercurialis ambigua L. fils. New Phytol. 56 : 352-355. Heslop-Harrison J, Heslop-Harrison Y. 1957 . Studies on flowering-plant growth and organogenesis – I. Morphogenetic effects of 2,3,5-triiodobenzoic acid on Cannabis sativa . Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh B 66 : 409-423.
Heslop-Harrison J, Heslop-Harrison Y. 1957 . Studies on flowering-plant growth and organogenesis – II. The modification of sex expression in Cannabis sativa by carbon monoxide. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh B 66 : 424-434. le