A group of scientists with the University of Sydney made the announcement that they may have stumbled upon what would be a fourth species of cannabis. The discovery was made in the Blue Mountains of Australia.
Scientists discovered the plant in 2010 when a group of people hiking in the mountains found a plant that resembled cannabis. After the discovery tests were done on the plant with the results proving it to be cannabis.
“When we first received the plant, we were very skeptical about its relation to cannabis,” says researcher Christopher Pool. “It has somewhat similar growth structure but the leaves look nothing like cannabis leaves.”
Testing on the plant show that even with the different looking leaves, the plan was indeed cannabis. This new species is resistant to freezing temperatures. The shape of the plant is more like a shrub than the normal archetypal candelabra like is common with most other strains of cannabis.
There is excitement with cannabis growers worldwide as word spreads of the new discovery. Some growers have even offered the researchers $2000 for a single seed. The researchers unfortunately don’t have any seeds, just the one plant that was found, and they have been unable to find another like it.
There is a 10,000 reward being offered to anyone who has any information on the location of addition plants of this species.
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