December 2, 2010

Spray Allows Any Plant to Produce THC?



There is a lot of buzz about a new chemical growth supplement that is supposed to allow growers to produce THC within any plant they grow.

The product was expected to be on sale from a company called Montsaint Genie Tech. Unfortunately since the news hit the streets the product, which was supposed to be coming out earlier this year, has never been released and the company appears to be nonexistent.

Articles posted all over the internet, mostly on stoner news outlets, claimed to have received information that this product was legitimate and legal. Some sites even quote a confident statement from an alleged Montsaint Genie Tech scientist.

“We probably can put the THC segment into almost any plant in existence,” says lead scientist Rebeca Vale. “It’s a very simple process. We are starting work on oak and maple trees now.

The idea was that they had already produced a batch of tomatoes that produced more THC than cannabis itself. So that if you dried the tomatoes out, you could smoke them and get thoroughly baked. Unfortunately the way it looks now, the whole thing was probably just a hoax.

The name Montsaint Genie Tech is now commonly thought to be a parody of the infamous seed company Monsanto. The company featured in documentaries from the likes of Michael Moore, and are sited for creating a monopoly on the commercial produce seed industry, and ruining the lives of farmers and the stability of Americas agriculture industry.

So you can be pretty sure the idea of smoking tomatoes is just a stoner dream and nothing more. Looks like we're all going to have to keep smoking weed. Seems okay to me.




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