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06/28/2009

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If only we had some seeds, then we could artificially select for salvinorin-a production.

I think Paradoxic from SalviaSource did some research working out the salvinorin-a production pathway. Would be good to perhaps upregulate the expression of some of those enzymes artificially. Perhaps stressful conditions might do the job, like with opium poppies.

I was only aware of 3 strains of Salvia divinorum, my curiosity is, which strain, if any, would survive the heavy snow, ice, frost, and down to 15 below winters of Vermont

Would be good to perhaps upregulate the expression of some of those enzymes artificially

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    small nursery. all other plants and strains probably came from this plant haven.