Cannot combine queries error when creating a form

in a form i’m trying to let the user select an item from a dropdown (select). (this works and it is save in the database)

When a user needs to edit this an other form is used. (see the codeblock below)
In this form the user got the exact same layout as form above but now comes the tricky part.
When I created that form it only shows the selected option in the dropdown. but i need the dropdown to contain all the option the user could choose from in the first form. plus as an added bonus when this form is created the initial value need to be the previous selected value.

So I tought I could combine 2 querysets. but this doesn’t work.
Error i’m getting.
Cannot combine queries on two different base models.

I see this error and I can understand why this wouldn’t be happening. there is now key or anything and django basicly creates the following SQL statement.

from storeassortment where storetype = 'butcher'
from playerownedstores where shelfid = 1 and slugstore = VAR1

NOW my Question.
Is it possible to get the following sql statement?
the querysets consits of 2 different models that are not related to eachother in anyway.
in SQL I would sort of do it this way:

from storeassortment where storetype = 'butcher'
from playerownedstores where shelfid = 1 and slugstore = VAR1 snippet:

class Update_Assortiment(forms.Form):
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        self.storeslug = kwargs.pop('storeslug', None)
        self.storetype = kwargs.pop('storetype', None)
        # print(self.storeslug)
        super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)

        added_quary     = models.StoreAssortment.objects.filter(Storetype=self.storetype)
        initial_quary   = models.POSassortiment.objects.filter(storeslug=self.storeslug,shelfID=1)

        records = (initial_quary | added_quary).distinct()

        self.fields['update1'].queryset = records

    shelf1 = forms.CharField(required=False,label='Shelf',initial=1,max_length=2,disabled=True, widget=forms.TextInput(attrs={"class":"formstorelevel","readonly":True}))
    update1 = forms.ModelChoiceField(queryset=models.POSassortiment.objects.none(),required=False, label='',empty_label=None,widget=forms.Select(attrs={"class":"formassortimenttable"}))

The querysets that are returned seperatly:

<QuerySet [<StoreAssortment: Sausage>, <StoreAssortment: Dry aged beef>, <StoreAssortment: Schnitzel>, <StoreAssortment: Meatball>, <StoreAssortment: Pork>]>

<QuerySet [<POSassortiment: Dry aged beef>]> snippet

class POSassortiment(models.Model):
    storeslug       = models.ForeignKey(PlayerOwnedStores, on_delete=models.CASCADE, null=True, blank=True)
    storetype       = models.CharField(max_length=75)
    storelevel      = models.PositiveSmallIntegerField(default=0, validators=[MaxValueValidator(5)])
    shelfID         = models.CharField(max_length=3,choices=keuze.SHELFS)
    ass_1_type      = models.CharField(max_length=75,choices=keuze.SHOPCHOICES,blank=True,null=True)
    ass_1_amount    = models.IntegerField(default=0,blank=True,null=True)
    ass_1_price     = models.FloatField(default=0,blank=True,null=True)

    def __str__(self):
        return str(self.ass_1_type) 

class StoreAssortment(models.Model):
    Storetype       = models.CharField(max_length=75,choices=keuze.STORES)
    Assortiment     = models.CharField(max_length=75,choices=keuze.SHOPCHOICES,blank=True)
    popularity      = models.PositiveSmallIntegerField(default=50,validators=[MaxValueValidator(100)])
    def __str__(self):
        return self.Assortiment

Welcome @Ultiseeker !

I’m not sure I’m following what your ultimate objective is, but to address one specific part of your question, Django does have a union operator for combining two compatible queryset.

sorry for the late reply,
I solved this via a different route.
I still use the init function to get the storeslug and type but swaped modelchoicefield out for choicefield. there i can use a initial with a queryset.