Wild Weed

Last Updated: April 30, 2019

Definition - What does Wild Weed mean?

Wild weed plants are landrace strains of cannabis that grow naturally in many parts of the world. Hindu Kush, Durban Poison, Acapulco Gold, Lambs Bread, and Thai are all forms of wild marijuana. The plants have adapted to grow and reproduce naturally in their distinct environments. Cannabis has grown wild throughout much of Central Asia for thousands of years. Humans spread the seeds outward and now wild marijuana grows in virtually every hemisphere of the world.

MaximumYield explains Wild Weed

Wild weed plants are the parents of all known cannabis strains in existence. The wild marijuana plants are commonly called landrace. They occur in Central America, Pakistan, Africa, Afghanistan, Mexico, India, and Jamaica. The wild cannabis plants evolved over generations to thrive in their distinct native habitats. They are highly disease and pest resistant. Many wild marijuana plants are used as the basis of modern strains because they lend their tough genetics and help create a hardy, easy-to-grow plant. The Hindu Kush is a wild landrace marijuana plant that has been used to create many modern strains.

This definition was written in the context of Cannabis
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