What is Tangerine Kush?
Tangerine Kush is a mostly indica variety that offers a dreamy, relaxing high. This strain gets its bold citrus flavor from sativa hybrid Tangerine Haze and its stoney effects from breeder Rare Dankness’ flagship indica Rare Darkness.
What strain is sour strawberry?
Why my strawberries are sour?
If the weather was cold, cloudy or rainy during the growing season in May and June, or if temperatures soared to extreme levels, then your berries could be sour or bitter in response. Poor soil conditions, low sun levels and planting at the wrong time can all lead to sour or bitter harvests.
What is papaya strain?
Papaya is an indica-dominant hybrid cannabis strain that is known for producing a mental calmness, though many consumers also find that this strain makes them energetic and productive. The plants stay fairly short and thin, producing lots of fluffy buds with papaya-orange hairs in 8 or 9 weeks.
What is cherry punch strain?
Cherry Punch is a potent sativa-hybrid marijuana strain crossed between Cherry AK-47 and Purple Punch F2. Consumers who smoke this strain say it smells fruity and rich and a little skunk-like.
What does GMO cookie stand for?
GMO Cookies is an incredibly Indica-dominant hybrid strain of cannabis. GMO Cookies is a cross between the infamous Girl Scout Cookies with Chemdawg. This strain is also sold under the name “Garlic Cookies” because it produces an aroma that smells almost exactly like garlic.
Is GMO the same as GMO cookies?
Contrary to what you might think, GMO Cookies is not a genetically modified organism but a cross between Chemdawg D and a GSC (formerly Girl Scout Cookies) Forum cut.
What are two benefits of GMO?
The possible benefits of genetic engineering include:
- More nutritious food.
- Tastier food.
- Disease- and drought-resistant plants that require fewer environmental resources (such as water and fertilizer)
- Less use of pesticides.
- Increased supply of food with reduced cost and longer shelf life.
- Faster growing plants and animals.
What foods have no GMO in them?
Shop at farmer’s markets and remember that most produce is safe non GMO, even conventional varieties, with the exception of corn, radicchio, beets, Hawaiian papaya, zucchini and yellow summer squash. Organic whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds are safe.
What does GMO do to the body?
One specific concern is the possibility for GMOs to negatively affect human health. This could result from differences in nutritional content, allergic response, or undesired side effects such as toxicity, organ damage, or gene transfer.
What are the negative effects of GMOs?
2. Risks Related to the Use of Genetically Modified Organisms Ecological Stability of the GMO
- Genetic Contamination/Interbreeding.
- Competition with Natural Species.
- Increased Selection Pressure on Target and Nontarget Organisms.
- Ecosystem Impacts.
- Impossibility of Followup.
What are the negatives of GMO?
Cons of GMO Crop Farming. The intensive cultivation of GM crops has raised a wide range of concerns with respect to food safety, environmental effects, and socioeconomic issues. The major cons are explored for cross-pollination, pest resistance, human health, the environment, the economy, and productivity.
Is GMO safe for human consumption?
Yes. There is no evidence that a crop is dangerous to eat just because it is GM. There could be risks associated with the specific new gene introduced, which is why each crop with a new characteristic introduced by GM is subject to close scrutiny.
Why GMOs are bad for the environment?
GE crops paired with their pesticide counterparts wreak havoc on the environment through: Increased herbicide use. Increase of herbicide-resistant weeds. The contamination of organic and conventional (non-GMO) crops.
Should GMO foods be labeled pros and cons?
Today consumers are all about transparency, GMO labeling will allow for a stronger relationship between producer and consumer. A stronger relationship will allow the trust of farmers by consumers to continue to grow. Also, producers with a niche can squeeze their way into the market.
What are the benefits of GMO labeling?
Pros and Cons to Mandatory GMO Labeling
- Right to Know: Consumers have a right to know what’s in their food.
- Helps Vegetarians, Vegans, and Certain Religions: By adding labels to BE products, vegetarians, vegans, and those practicing certain religions can quickly determine if a product is modified.
Should GMO foods be labeled?
All food that is genetically engineered should be labeled, regardless of whether the GMO material is detectable, and disclosure statements should be made through labels with clear understandable terms. OTA identifies this as the best practice in GMO labeling.