Track Your Marijuana Strain By It's DNA

At the University of New Haven in New Haven, Connecticut, researcher Heather Coyle has developed a marijuana DNA database which can take a tiny amount of marijuana and tell you the name of the strain and possibly where it originated from. The new DNA analysis could be used by law enforcement officials to trace the origin of the marijuana found during a bust.

They can find out whether it was grown in Mexico and formed part of a drug cartel’s shipment. Or maybe the dope was part of a crop from northern California’s “Emerald Triangle” and sold at a freewheeling Los Angeles medical marijuana dispensary.

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