Hey all, I've been studying transgenics and genetically modified foods in my bio class. Basically beneficial genes from entirely different species can and are introduced into say a tomato. For example, a gene from a bacteria can be introduced into a tomato cell, which could say prolong its shelf life. Its fascinating, but to the point, has anyone ever heard of such practises on weed strains? One could produce a strain of weed that's pest resistant, 10 feet tall and tastes like apples. By the way, anyone who's thinking about going into hydro, just do it! I started my first hydro grow, using the DWC method, and my plants are rediculous. They're more than 3 times larger than their soil counterparts of the same age AND their bushy as fucking hell. I'll post some comparison photos as words just don't do it justice.