Strain: ABC (Australian Bastard Cannabis)Region:New South WalesLatitude: grown at 49° NHeight: 1 to 1.80 metresVegetative: 16 – 18 weeksFlowering: 13 – 14 weeksHarvest:… Australian Bastard Cannabis Here you can find all info about Australian Bastard Cannabis from Nomad Seed Bank . If you are searching for information about Australian Bastard Cannabis from
Australian Bastard Cannabis Seeds
Strain: ABC (Australian Bastard Cannabis)
Region:New South Wales
Latitude: grown at 49° N
Height: 1 to 1.80 metres
Vegetative: 16 – 18 weeks
Flowering: 13 – 14 weeks
Harvest: December at latitude 49°N
Aromas: lemon, slightly floral, slightly spicy, hash, rubber
Effects: mild sativa high, active, stimulating
Grow type: Outdoors, indoor
Characteristics: purple buds, palmate leaves, thin flexible branches, cold resistant,
ABC shows a specific leaf mutation that instead of the classic leaves with serrated leaflets form shiny and tiny palmate leaves that have an irregular shape and size, some even resembling imparipinnate leaves. Compact height, with many thin flexible branches, it grows very densely. ABC shows resistance to adverse conditions, especially resistance to night temperature drops. In cold weather, the buds turn slightly purple. Australian bastard cannabis is a vital sativa greatly affected by its unusual mutation, which has been shown to be adaptive to the inhospitable conditions of the east coast of Australia.
A certain percentage of the seeds usually does not germinate immediately after soaking and it is necessary to use the method of hydrogen peroxide or, as a last resort, even cracking the husk open. After such an intervention, most dormant seeds always germinate. It is not uncommon for dormant seeds to germinate during the following season. Seedlings do not produce massive leaves like classical cannabis as they do not have such a large leaf area for photosynthesis and the initial growth is slower.
After 40 days from germination, it reaches about 35 centimeters in suitable conditions, the growth accelerates further as the leaf area gets larger.
Some phenotypes produce rather large shrubs without the typical central apical bud and remain low, while growing to the sides. Phenotypes with a classic structure can reach a height of 2 meters. ABC creates flexible branches that can withstand even strong winds.Due to the specific structure of the leaves, ABC is highly resistant to drought and low night temperatures. If we do not count the disadvantages in the initial stages of growth, ABC is very vital, despite the smaller leaf size, it does not suffer from diseases or pests.
ABC ripens in 90 days from the beginning of flowering under suitable conditions. If the autumn is cold, the flowering phase will be significantly extended. Buds create many foxtails. At 49 north latitude, where these plants were grown, it begins to bloom in early September and ripens in the first half of December.
The flowers have a very delicate and pleasant floral scent with hints of lemon, pine and kush. It is important that the best quality is achieved by the buds just before the plant dies, at the very end of the cycle. Only at this point are the buds the most resinous and have the best effect. It will produce a mellow sativa high with a rather stimulating effect. ABC proved to be suitable for hash production.
Australian Bastard Cannabis
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Basic / Breeders Info
Australian Bastard Cannabis (aka Cannabis Australis) is a sativa variety from Nomad Seed and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±65 days ) and outdoors . Nomad Seeds Australian Bastard Cannabis is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
Nomad Seeds Australian Bastard Cannabis Description
This mutant strain came to our hands through an exchange and it has been a visual spectacle.
With its lobed leaves, small size and early outward flowering, it is one of the least cannabis-like varieties. Which makes it one of the most recommended varieties for guerrilla crops. It is a plant that can go unnoticed anywhere.
In addition to its curious taxonomy, it has a very discreet aroma of fresh fennel, which we will not be able to detect unless we stick our nose to the flowery tops.
Australian Bastard Cannabis IBL has an indoor flowering period of 8 to 10 weeks, this period being much shorter outdoors, because it starts flowering one month before the rest of normal varieties, being ripe for harvest between the beginning of August. and early September.
Note: Variety suitable for breeding projects.
Genetics: Landrace Australian Bastard Cannabis IBL
Type: Stable Mutation
Structure: bushy / compact
Aroma: kerosene / fennel / lemon / pine
Indoor flowering: 8 to 10 weeks
Flowering outdoor: mid – late August （+/-）
THC: 15% – 19%
Indica / Sativa: Unknown （new taxonomy）
Where to buy Australian Bastard Cannabis cannabis seeds?
Australian Bastard Cannabis from Nomad Seed Bank is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 1 seedbanks, we found 2 offers, all for EUR 50.00 for 5 regular seeds. If you are looking to buy Australian Bastard Cannabis Cannabis Seeds from Nomad Seed Bank somewhere – have a look to our Australian Bastard Cannabis Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Australian Bastard Cannabis offers: Alchimia Grow Shop.