Thursday, September 18, 2008
Feminized marijuana seeds
Coincidentally, in 1937, DuPont had just patented processes for making plastics from oil and coal, as well as a new sulfate/sulfite process for making paper from wood pulp. According to DuPont's own corporate records and historians, feminized marijuana seeds these processes accounted for over 80 percent of all the company's railroad carloadings over the next 60 years into the 1990s. Author's research and communications with DuPont, 1985-1996. If hemp had not been made illegal, 80 percent of DuPont's business would never have materialized and the great majority of the pollution which has poisoned our Northwestern and Southeastern rivers would not have occurred.