This article is a little more academic in nature, not quite as practical to the day-to-day operations of a cannabis business, but it is one of those things that might be worth knowing. See, every flowering plant out there, including cannabis, is an angiosperm. As a result, this research is related (albeit tangentially) to cannabis.
The general gist of the paper is this – rates at which the seeds of angiosperms (including cannabis) change also correlates with the species’ ability to diversify and occupy new niches and create new species. A good follow up that would be more relevant to you guys would be how quickly cannabis seeds in particular respond to changes.