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Old 01-26-2015, 02:43 AM #1
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Weirdest Most Exotic Cannabis Strains?

What are cannabis strains with the most bizarre shapes and colors?

Finola is weird because it's so straight
Ducksfoot has odd webbed leaves
There's a variety that has purple veins on the leaves, that's cool (dont know the name)

auto's are weird, only recently existed
super auto's are weird, exist since 6-7 years too

... Please help me to find some strange cannabis.

The only one i can suggest, which not alot of people have heard of is... Co-Dominant Auto-and-SuperAuto... Could also be called Co-Dominant Small Ruderalis and Large Czekoslovakian Ruderalis... 50 percent of the hybrids of both plants are codominant, which means they are neither auto nor superauto pheno's but a precise 50/50 mix, like kindof Huge Auto's 2 meters tall, but they don't side branch properly because they are budding and vegging at the same time.
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Old 01-26-2015, 03:37 AM #2
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I guess ABC (Australian basterd cannabis) would have to be included, even more stealth than ducksfoot, apparently the smoke isn't so good and its low THC.

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Oh cool! that's awesome! they should check that genetically to see how it relates to other cannabis.

Please post your best pics everyone of Finola, Ducksfoot, purple leaf veins, extra blue, extra white, black, bizarre varieties.
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Most of those traits ya listed are fairly common...
Finola's hemp...


ABC's been aroud for quite a while...
i think it's one of the more exotic cannabis plants but not very desirable by most.

Mutants are fun to watch grow & sometimes they're stellar for smoke/meds.
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I Believe I have found an odd strain

This plant is growing wild (I won't say where). It can be smelled from about 15 feet away (which is what drew me to it). The smell is unmistakable. When you crush the leaves it's even more unmistakable. Unless I'm mistaken I've found something unique. Here is a picture of the buds.


The leaves have a very unusual arrangement up and down the stem. There are clusters of between 5 and 8 leaves growing in tiers (a few sets of leaves above one another). UP to 3 tiers. Here's how they appear in arrangement on the plant:



In other places on the plant you might see the following double tiered arrangement of the leaves:


The stem and the leaves start out green, but I've noticed as the plant matures the stem goes reddish brown and gets hard like a branch, and the leaves start turning ALL RED. I'll get pictures of this today and upload them later.

I sent video of this find to an expert (I read about online). The next day they came with a road grater (the county did) and plowed under the very location where I filmed the plant.

Now that might be a coincidence but it might not be. They've never plowed that spot before. (I've lived here for 9 years).

So, let me know everyone, do you think I might have found some unknown wild cannabis?
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The white spotted flowers give it away that the plant you pictured is not cannabis.
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Autos have been around for ever and a day.... There was an outdoor variety here locally when I was young I now think was probably seeds of pck someone brought back in the 70's or 80's... Before seed banks had it I'm fairly certain... Anyways the one pheno when our group first got them would go completely bright fluorescent pink... But the leaves remained green not purple... The bud dried to a beautiful dark purple instead of the black look the more purple pheno's had.... Very cool... Not the strongest but fully unique in our realm of colours... We called her cream soda and i very much want to search the pck available now to try and find her again!

Co dominant is a common breeding term meaning if a trait is co dominant it will appear in 50% roughly of the off spring...
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This plant is growing wild (I won't say where). It can be smelled from about 15 feet away (which is what drew me to it). The smell is unmistakable. When you crush the leaves it's even more unmistakable. Unless I'm mistaken I've found something unique. Here is a picture of the buds.
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The leaves have a very unusual arrangement up and down the stem. There are clusters of between 5 and 8 leaves growing in tiers (a few sets of leaves above one another). UP to 3 tiers. Here's how they appear in arrangement on the plant:

View Image


In other places on the plant you might see the following double tiered arrangement of the leaves:
View Image

The stem and the leaves start out green, but I've noticed as the plant matures the stem goes reddish brown and gets hard like a branch, and the leaves start turning ALL RED. I'll get pictures of this today and upload them later.

I sent video of this find to an expert (I read about online). The next day they came with a road grater (the county did) and plowed under the very location where I filmed the plant.

Now that might be a coincidence but it might not be. They've never plowed that spot before. (I've lived here for 9 years).

So, let me know everyone, do you think I might have found some unknown wild cannabis?
Do you expect me to believe this bullshit story? And now it's gone-convenient.
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The white spotted flowers give it away that the plant you pictured is not cannabis.
The pink spotted parts you are looking at are not pedals they are stigma I believe.

It's not a very good picture unfortunately.
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Do you expect me to believe this bullshit story? And now it's gone-convenient.
It's not gone. I know where plenty of them are. The particular one I photographed is gone!

I have saved plenty of these plants besides.

The only reason I mentioned that one patch being plowed over was because it's just odd.
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