California Cannabis Strain Diversity in 2019

Kevin Jodrey from Wonderland Nursery predicts a lack of strain diversity for consumers in the short (and possibly long) term in the California cannabis market. Tens of thousands of craft…


  1. In California manufacturing concentrates with anything flammable without a permit is an aggravated felony punishable by I believe up to eight years in prison. FYI

  2. I think that's cool you have Birds I hope you're taking good care of them though and not giving them little bitty traps like jail cells

  3. so trippy, I was just thinking abut genetics and how there is never going to be a time that all cannabis strains will be available, just a limited selection no matter how wide the selection is 🤯

  4. I've been binge watching these. I remember "skunk weed" or the real skunk of late 80's early 90's and I have yet to see in the medical market a strain that is close to it's stinkiness and stickiness

    I see that some seed vendors claim to have Skunk #1, is it the real thing?

  5. And when you say big conglomerats, you mean Monsanto, right? We all know they don't give a shit about strain diversity, they are going to monocrop the hell out of it, spray it with all kinds of pesticides and herbicides, coz they don't give a shit about our lives either…what all these new laws are about is giving way for big companies, and choke the small time farmers to death. This is their new strategy after realizing how bad they lost the war on drugs. Divide et impera, the classical bullshit again.

  6. the end was heavy. In the future people are going to be people who can get permits not the best growers. Its fucking crushing how some of the best growers will probably never become legit.

  7. i keep genetics whether im allowed or not, i may grow 4 outside but I have another 20 indoors that im working with. As long as this kind of nonsense happens Ill be sticking to stealth.

  8. So legal means less freedom and liberty, unless your only end is profit? Keep the black market rolling!

  9. Have you thought about grafting different cultivars to a single root system like they do in the apple industry? That way your mother plant will provide different cuts as you want to grow them out.

  10. Love me some Kevin!! As soon as I see him pop up with something new… He makes things so way for people to understand. He just has that thing about him that makes talking about cannabis easy.
    Im in Canada, we just legalized. Gonna be a lot of shit gonna need to be ironed out.
    The fkn ex-police chief and his cronies wrote out our "legalization". We are oh so fortunate to be able to grow 4 per HOUSEHOLD at any 1 time. Well fuck, thats a mum, 2 cutts and a mature plant pretty much. Not gonna be able to hold onto multiple cultivars to be able to flower like this. Perhaps thats why they made that number up?
    Same as police have the "breathalizer" thats not gonna work here. It even says its not accurate under 5 celcius (50f?), well hell Canada is under that 5 celcius mark for half the year! So half the year its not accurate. WTF??

  11. I really respect this man I think he's fucking awesome full of useful information, and up to date knowledge…watched quite a few videos with him in, would defiantly recommend considering him has a good quality source for your future knowledge of cannabis. Pretty fucking high fyi.

  12. Tru it sucks I'm a trimmer in Colorado and are shop could only buy clones that this ONE place has no exotic strains no Cali strains it kind of fucked up

  13. Hi guys. Thanks for sharing all the fascinating information! Love your work Kevin, truly inspirational. I have recently received some seeds from a hippie who's grown the same strain outdoors since the 80's. I'm wanting to use as breeding stock in future projects but unsure on how to go about it. Would appreciate any advice on how and what to select for. I'm in northland new Zealand known as the cannabis capital of the country. But no one is breeding strains to fit our humid climate. Would like to know what you think! Cheers from Aotearoa!!

  14. we are working in Alaska to change the way metrc wont allow new strains to come in..the state marijuana control board is having a hearing about it in april

  15. Kevin has gone through some amazing experiences with cannabis, and come out the other side with fantastic information. I grow in a way which partially duplicates one of the terpene preserving grow locations he talks about, but inside. 😉

    Strain diversity? I'm trying to do my part by sharing some free information. You can use materials from home, to quickly and easily test your plants for CBD content. Compare several samples from various plants, and find the ones highest in CBD. This saves massive resources through only flowering the high (or low) CBD plants you want. 😀 Please pass this information on to as much of the community as you can, please. This will make for a huge shift in CBD strains available, within only a few years time. 🙂

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