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Auto Mary Jane

breed by Ministry of Cannabis

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Basic / Breeders Info

Auto Mary Jane is an automatic flowering ruderalis/indica/sativa variety from M.O.C. and can be cultivated indoors and outdoors where the female, autoflowering plants need ±63 days from the seedling to the harvest. M.O.C.s Auto Mary Jane is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

M.O.C.s Auto Mary Jane Description

Auto Mary Jane is a little gem of our collection: compact (in most conditions she stays under 70cm), very robust and resistant, early finisher (about 9 weeks for the whole cycle). She tends to grow on the main cola, with a few branches around. Highly suggested for beginners. The effect is something energetic, social and uplifting. The taste is spicy and musky. If you are a beginner or a pro, and you are looking for something that grows fast and makes you happy fast, this is the strain for you!

Genetics: 30% Sativa 50% Indica 20% Ruderalis
Flowering Time: 6 weeks
Yield: up to 95 gr per plant indoor, up to 190 gr per plant outdoor
THC: 15 %

Where to buy Auto Mary Jane cannabis seeds?

Auto Mary Jane from Ministry of Cannabis is available only as feminized seeds. Regular seeds are not available at the moment. In 1 seedbanks, we found 2 offers between EUR 16.58 for 2 feminized seeds and EUR 29.84 for 5 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Auto Mary Jane Cannabis Seeds from Ministry of Cannabis somewhere – have a look to our Auto Mary Jane 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 Auto Mary Jane offers: Original Seeds Store.

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There may be a new top dog in town when it comes to THC supremacy. And while you’d expect the flower to come from California, Colorado, or Oregon, the latest cultivar to push the possibilities of potency is growing in the recently-minted medical marijuana fields of the Prairie State.

“For most of our team, a cultivar that hits 30 percent or above is too potent,” the 7 Points Oregon team wrote. “And we are big advocates of the concept that THC percentage is only part of the story regarding cannabis. Lesser-known cannabinoids and terpenes play a vital role, as well. We acknowledge that THC numbers do matter to consumers in the Oregon recreational market — some look for terpenes, some for THC. As far as we’re concerned, both perspectives are valid.”
“Our last 4 harvests of Brownie Scout have yielded highly potent flower, consistently testing in the mid to high 30% of THC,” GTI vice president of marketing Kate Denton told High Times.

A batch of the indica flower Brownie Scout from Green Thumb Industries recently tested at 37.5% THC, and the growers are calling it an industry record.
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“Brownie Scout has an earthy aroma with undertones of pine, pepper, and even a little floral,” GTI cultivator Silas Inskeep said in an April Instagram post. “The potential effects arise as a pleasant cerebral experience, and it may help to temporarily promote relief for anxiety, pain, and insomnia.”
Brownie Scout is an indica dominant flower bred from Platinum Girl Scout Cookies and another GTI house strain, Great Divide, a cross of Kosher Kush and Phishhead Kush. The result is an earthy, piney bud reminiscent of its OG Kush lineage and intense intoxication.
When Portland-based cultivators 7 Points Oregon reported that their strain Future #1 tested at 37.28% last year, the brand couched their claims with press comments downplaying the importance of THC.

To put the nearly 40% THC flower into perspective, most buds these days are testing closer to 20%, with about a 5% variability on either side, with stronger pot generally pushing the high 20’s and weaker weed testing in the teens. For comparison, full-strength cannabis extracts generally test anywhere from 60-90% THC. Once flower numbers eclipse the 30% marker, critics often become skeptical of the laboratory results, and have previously insinuated the presence of number fudging. And with the litany of problems plaguing cannabis testing facilities around the country, those questions aren’t too far-fetched.

A batch of the indica flower Brownie Scout from Green Thumb Industries recently tested at 37.5% THC, and the growers are calling it an industry record.

Before cultivation became as sophisticated as it is today, weed usually contained only 1 to 4 percent THC. Now, we’ve got plants cranking out THC contents higher than 30 percent, which was once thought to be impossible.

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Chemdog ’91 is today’s grandma of commercial weed. But the strain became legendary because of its exceptionally high potency, which is saying a lot, considering its origins among Deadheads. The highest THC value ever recorded for Chemdog was at 32 percent from a High Times Cannabis Cup batch cultivated by Denver’s Next Harvest.
Potency always varies based on how the cannabis is grown, but generally speaking, certain plants have proven stronger than others throughout weed history.
GSC used to be known as “Girl Scout Cookies” until a certain outdoorsy youth organization claimed trademark infringement. Born from a marriage of OG Kush and Durban Poison (which makes the aforementioned Chemdog part of its powerhouse lineage, as well), GSC has swept up awards from major cannabis competitions due to its candied flavors, chillaxed highs, and firey potencies of 25 to 28 percent THC.
Assessing potency gets even more complicated with cultivation methods and lab-testing nuances, which have yet to become standardized. So bear in mind that this isn’t necessarily a list of strains with the highest reported THC percentages (though we’ll include those), or the richest terpene profiles. It’s not even a list of the best-selling buds, but sales were something we considered.
OG Kush is typically marketed for its borderline-trippy psychoactive effects, which could be desired among some of the more experienced tokers, but not so much with novices. On average, OG Kush buds come in around 20 to 25 percent THC.

Another top-seller in Colorado in 2017, GG often swapped the number-one spot with Durban Poison, depending on the week back then. It consistently tests above 20 percent THC, and some batches have reached as high as 32 percent. Heady strength aside, it’s also popular for its unique bouquet, which carries hints of gasoline mixed with hot chocolate.

Potency always varies based on how the cannabis is grown, but generally speaking, certain plants have proven stronger than others throughout weed history.

There may be a new top dog in town when it comes to THC supremacy. And while you’d expect the flower to come from California, Colorado, or Oregon, the