Biodiversity is a very important cause if you ask us at Strainly. In our Breeder’s Rights and the Preservation trilogy, we exposed the mechanisms potentially threatening this biodiversity and introduced alternative concepts, such as open source. In Open Source Breeding – Part 1, we explained the principles of collaborative economy and open innovation through copyleft. In this article we’ll give you tools to apply the theory.
Read more “What is Open Source Breeding? (Part 2)”
Do we need to remind you? Our goal at Strainly is to foster the preservation of genetics and phenotypes with an inclusive community spirit. In our Breeder’s Rights and the Preservation trilogy, we exposed the mechanisms potentially threatening hemp biodiversity and started exploring alternative approaches. In this article we’ll get even more concrete about the ways to prevent corporate takeover from happening.
Read more “What is Open Source Breeding? (Part 1)”
Strainly‘s goal is to foster the preservation of phenotypes, with an inclusive community spirit. Breeding is the manifestation of passion, creativity and hard work. We truly believe that breeders should be self-achieved and rewarded for playing a key role in the conservation and evolution of the plant under its various forms. Breeders are sometimes bummed and concerned about the distribution, propagation and reproduction of the cultivars they created… with reason. While it wouldn’t be fair to pretend that Strainly will address all the problems breeders faced for decades, we thought we could start with some general guidance about breeders’ rights…
Read more “How to Preserve Cannabis Cultivars? (Part 1)”