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LouisianaMojo:
We were watching the morning news this morning and the Pentagon has put out a warning to the service troops not to use the home DNA kits could be a security risk.

Ancestry.com can trace your DNA back to your heritage and law enforcement is using DNA to track down criminals on Old crimes

So you hear us talking all the time about DNA mapping or fingerprinting. And why is this important ?

Now through modern science we can tell what a fig tree is going to be at a very early early stage within the first three to four months instead of having to wait all these years like they had to back in the fifties to see what a tree was going to be.

We're not going to go into any details what took 10 years we are now doing in two. But the major benefits of all this is we now selectively breed for a particular trades like fruit size, resistance, sweetness and flavor, and how productive the variety will be. What secrets Daz your fig tree have in its DNA ?

Figs_Italy:
This is very interesting! Instead of spending years to see the result this makes the research more time efficient. Has this been implemented on the 2019 breeding program already?

LouisianaMojo:
Today's technology is just incredible but you have cameras in your doorbell's security systems go directly to your phone etc.

And now science technology is off the global map and  I am about to blow your mind I'm going to show you a few things about DNA if you go back through and read in the backyard scientist always comment DNA doesn't lie.

We now have DNA markers that can be implanted in to plants so they can be traced that came from us. Here's a link that has to do with cotton and textiles that are stopping counterfeit markets from overseas using DNA markers. 

http://www.haelixa.com/?gclid=CjwKCAiAi4fwBRBxEiwAEO8_HvFwLFNY-mDzJrjLbuP6tim6WbY4K22e6VCIyFlbr3rX0MoJia9VHRoCy4QQAvD_BwE. Here's a link showing how DNA and DNA markers or helping the cattle Industrial.

https://www.drovers.com/article/dna-technology-beef-cattle-industry

LouisianaMojo:
So in short DNA mapping help us in making decisions how we would like to improve a variety. The other factors is they can also be used in identifying a variety.

You can now buy and registered a DNA marker that can be embedded in all are hybrids something that you can't cut out washout it is there permanently forever just like the cotton farmers are using to help with foreign counterfeiting markets in designer clothes.

Much like DNA with humans yep that's 99.9 you the daddy we can now do it with plants and hybrids.

So basically the individuals that came over and top the golden Celeste tree and stole it will be caught. If they dare sell it and we are watching all we have to do is take samples and send them to the lab and they will identify our marker and they will be prosecuted.

This is 100% accurate because each marker and any company buying it these are strictly made and identified on file and registered no two markers are the same. With DNA mapping we can tell you basically how old that tree is we have some varieties that are over 800 years old.

So basically when it comes to figs you cannot hide facts about them or lie because the DNA doesn't lie.

Figmebaby1moretime:

--- Quote from: LouisianaMojo on December 24, 2019, 11:23:42 AM ---So in short DNA mapping help us in making decisions how we would like to improve a variety. The other factors is they can also be used in identifying a variety.

You can now buy and registered a DNA marker that can be embedded in all are hybrids something that you can't cut out washout it is there permanently forever just like the cotton farmers are using to help with foreign counterfeiting markets in designer clothes.

Much like DNA with humans yep that's 99.9 you the daddy we can now do it with plants and hybrids.

So basically the individuals that came over and top the golden Celeste tree and stole it will be caught. If they dare sell it and we are watching all we have to do is take samples and send them to the lab and they will identify our marker and they will be prosecuted.

This is 100% accurate because each marker and any company buying it these are strictly made and identified on file and registered no two markers are the same. With DNA mapping we can tell you basically how old that tree is we have some varieties that are over 800 years old.

So basically when it comes to figs you cannot hide facts about them or lie because the DNA doesn't lie.

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Oh dam... have you seen that new show on Netflix called " dont f$%k with cats" reminded me of how they cought that guy

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