The Abacus hemp flower strain is one of those strains that looks great in a bag, closeup and from afar. It is an Indica dominant strain and has been cultivated by Green Acorns. To achieve this masterpiece of a strain, the breeders have crossed Alien Sour Apple and Pebble OG. What resulted from this cross is a hemp strain that looks quite striking and also tastes phenomenal.
Despite Abacus hemp flowers’ popularity, the strain itself is quite new, only being available from 2017. That says a lot about the quality of the strain and its effects. This new strain would not have grown so fast if users did not like it that much and fortunately for the breeders, it seems like they do. Most samples of the Abacus strains are measured between 0.2% – 0.3% THC and 14 – 20% CBD.
Abacus is a beautiful looking flower indeed. The strain also emits a beautiful smell. On the outside, the strain boasts a floral dark green color that looks quite appealing.
The smell of Abacus can be very unexpected to some, especially if they have not been a flower smoker for a long period of time. The strain smells of floral and also has somewhat of a musky hint to it. Overall, the smell and taste of the flower usually leave a strong first impression on a person.
Speaking of the taste, Abacus hemp flower has a very distinct earthy flavor to it with a balanced combination of smokey. The flower is very terpene-rich, which contributes to the taste too. There is a very pleasant aftertaste with this hemp flower strain as well which is an added bonus.
The history and lineage of the Abacus strain is quite rich. As mentioned before, the strain came to being by crossing two well-known strains which are Alien Sour Apple and Pebble OG. The unique genetics of the strain lends itself to the potency and the yield of the flower.
Due to its long breeding period, this strain is a very stable one. Breeders who care about their craft are very particular about the conditions they breed a new strain and also what the parent strains will be.
This rigorous breeding process has resulted in a strain that is extremely tolerant to heat, cold, mold, mildew and pests as well making it wonderful to be cultivated in the East Coast. It took the best traits from both the Alien Sour Apple and Pebble OG.
Here’s an interesting fact about the Abacus hemp flower strain: Breeders have tried and tried again to come up with a strain that one-ups Abacus, but have failed repeatedly.
If you are interested in growing the flower yourself, the yield is very excellent with this one. As for the flowering time, you can expect it to be around the 7 – 8 weeks mark. Some growers are also concerned about the height of a particular strain. To answer, the Abacus strain is a medium-tall height strain which makes it a great indoor and outdoor plant.
Overall, the Abacus strain is quite an impressive strain that tastes great and makes an impression with its smell. If you are mindful of how you use it and how much you smoke, you can make good use of the effects that come with smoking. It may be a new strain but it has a long and