Genetic variability of the content of the Cannabinoid in the breeding process of Monoecious Hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) var. monoica
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GĂUCĂ, Constantin; POPA, Lorena-Diana; DRUŢU, AdinaCătălina; POMOHACI, TraianIoan. Genetic variability of the content of the Cannabinoid in the breeding process of Monoecious Hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) var. monoica. In: Revista Botanică. 2014, nr. 2(9), pp. 17-22. ISSN 1857-2367.
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Revista Botanică
Numărul 2(9) / 2014 / ISSN 1857-2367 /ISSNe 2587-3814

Genetic variability of the content of the Cannabinoid in the breeding process of Monoecious Hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) var. monoica

Pag. 17-22

Găucă Constantin, Popa Lorena-Diana, Druţu AdinaCătălina, Pomohaci TraianIoan
 
Agricultural Research and Development Station Secuieni
 
Disponibil în IBN: 12 ianuarie 2015


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The paper put forward a study on the introduction of monoecious hemp into the culture with implications concerning the variation in the THC content in breeding and selection processes. Extension of hemp cultivation is possible only by reducing the cannabinoid content under 0.3% in the European Union and under 0.2% in Romania. The reduction process of the THC content in improving and creating monoecious hemp varieties started by hybridization works, backcrossing, followed by repeated selection and multiplication in isolation conditions. Finally, the monoecious lines led to obtaining Dacia Secuieni varieties, for strains and fiber and Secuieni Jubileu for seed, whose THC content was below the detection limit (0,01%, 0.008% THC content, respectively). It resulted an annual genetic progress of 0.046% between Secuieni 1 variety (the first approved variety with 0,4 - 0,6% THC) and the last approved Secuieni Jubileu variety.