The objective of this review is to get back to the roots of the story so that future endeavors in
manipulating the genetics/production tactics cannabis can be a lasting success. This paper will
primarily review the history and future production opportunities of Cannabis saliva L. and C. indica
L., although it will also cover the breeding potential for auto-flowering/ short season plants
by crossing with C. ruduralis. Developing methods to grow cannabis for constant harvest, perennially
and disease resistance could significantly reduce production costs and increase efficiency.
Selection of bioactive terpenes and reproductive cycles of Cannabis sativa, C. indica.
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