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This new strain by Mr Ayers, as an outdoor grower in Australia. Mr Ayers said CC#19 need more potency, but the strain was extraordinarily hardy and frost-resistant, and unrecognizable as cannabis.

“The males flowered early, some before the end of July” said Volcano. “The females were compact with short internodes. They were heavily branched with many leaves. The buds formed differently on every plant, but they were all very resinous with cannabis-like buds. But anyway, the developed plant does not look like cannabis”.


The weed were reach an average height of about three feet and harvested in November, trimmed and hung to dry. The plants approximated yield of three dry ounces per plant.

Im into breeding seed, especially strange varieties. I currently am working on a stable Snowryder X Ducksfoot strain (called Little Foot) that will, when it is done, reliably be webbed, autoflowering, and non- femenized- autos arent sold non- fem much anymore so I needed to breed my own automatic duck.

ABC strain first set of leaves identical to regular cannabis, before the first true leaves appeared that differences became evident.

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Im more along the lines of getting like half a hand full of beans from a guy in Australia for like a carton of beer tops. I mean it’s a feral type of bush weed.

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Nice thankyou for the info, but fuck csi Humboldt I ain’t paying 200 usd for 5 beans of ABC from America sent back to Australia. Anyone else see the lunacy in that.

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I’ll put the shoe on the other foot so it’s tailored more to a American, your after some Mexican brick weed and I say check out this well known reputable Australian breeder there only charging 330 aud for 5 beans plus shipping. Your thinking I could probably just get some from Mexico seeing as that’s where it’s from.

According to John McPartland (pers. commun., 2015)- “ Some Cannabis in Australia has a very unique provenance. William Roxburgh, a British botanist stationed in Calcutta, sent germplasm from India to Australia in 1802. More Indian seed was sent in 1803. Colonists grew it in the Singleton district of the Hunter Valley into the 1820s. It no doubt gave rise to a huge patch of feral Cannabis that covered 30 km 2 (12 mi 2 ) grew along the flood plain of the Hunter River 160 km (100 mi) north of Sydney. The feral hemp was famously psychoactive.

Other InActive Alleles (align with Q33DQ2.1) found with PacBio sequencing of Onofri Primers. Notice the N22S and P81S variants. We have seen this haplogroup in WiFi and C4. Could also been inherited from the THCAS line.

Single Molecule Sequencing of THCAS in Asutralian Bastard reveals a single copy THCAS gene with 2130 Primers. For methods see Single molecule sequencing of THCA synthase reveals copy number variation in modern drug-type Cannabis sativa L.

“I have to admit, after seeing these plants in person they’re really something else! They’re so deformed you could walk by or through them and not even recognize they’re Cannabis. They exhibit a leaf mutation that instead of producing typical blades/laminas they form these modified leaflets with little serration(and in select individuals variegation). In some of the photos attached you’ll find a size comparison of fan leaves from a drug variety and an ABC. These were sampled from approximately the same location on each plant and to further demonstrate their size difference I placed an ABC hybrid fan leaf onto a fan leaf of an adult drug variety. In one of the last photos you’ll see a small plant no more than 2 ft. tall. According to our source, this phenotype most resembles the plants from the original P1 generation.”

Video of the plants and their hybrids- IMG_3341