cherry abacus

Feminized Hemp Seeds – Cherry Abacus 2.0 (CBD, CBG, CBC)

  • Cherry Abacus 2.0 Strain
  • Approximately 35,000 seeds per pound
  • Minimum Order: 5,000 seeds
  • Pricing varies based on climate, soil, water, fertilization, etc. We do offer volume discounts.
  • Contact us for more information on volume pricing and availability.

#1 Selling Cherry Abacus 2.0 Strain


These are the best quality Cherry Abacus 2.0 Strain seeds you can find! Here at HSC, we are an industrial supplier for high CBD hemp cultivars. All of our strains are from the USA here in Colorado. Our strains are bred to produce a very low amount of THC. The industrial hemp flowers produced have the optimal CBD concentrations suitable for efficient extraction.
Deposits are needed to secure upcoming orders, as we sell out fast for the 2020 hemp season.
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Genetics – Cherry Abacus

Potency – 8% – 18% CBD, < 0.3% THC

Cherry Abacus 2.0

Abacus 2.0 is one of the most desirable smokable strains around in 2020 and beyond. After years of genotype selecting, Cherry Abacus 2.0 is finally available. Abacus 2.0 has a unique terpene profile as compared to other hemp strains. It has a true OG terpene profile which is ideal for producing large amounts of flower. It is also an extremely nice flavor to smoke.

A back cross of our very desirable Cherry Abacus was crossed into our Abacus 2.0. This stabilized the terpene profile of the Cherry Abacus while maintaining the amazing smell of the Abacus 2.0. Our Cherry Abacus 2.0 was developed for smokable products and full spectrum extracts.

What is the difference between the Cherry Abacus and the Cherry Abacus 2.0? The Cherry Abacus 2.0 was back crossed into the Abacus 2.0 which created an even stronger, more pungent terpene smell. We recommend growing both the Cherry Abacus and the Cherry Abacus 2.0 if you’re trying to develop a product line where a broad spectrum of terpene profile is desired.

As with all of our strains, the Cherry Abacus 2.0 strains Delta 9 THC levels should be assayed 3 to 5 weeks prior to anticipated harvest to ensure the crops meet the statute for maximum Delta 9 THC levels. Drought and very hot weather may increase the total Delta 9 THC levels in industrial hemp plants.

Because Abacus 2.0 is a vertically growing hemp strain, we recommend some additional spacing if you will be producing smokable flower. We suggest 4000-6000 plants per acre.

HSC has Colorado’s best Abacus 2.0 seeds now for sale! Planting seeds is the best way to ensure that you will get the best harvest and yield of hemp plants with cbd, cbg, cbc and other phytocannabinoids. Make sure you put your order in early because there is only a limited window of time when they can be picked up and planted in your field or greenhouses.

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More About The Original Cherry Abacus Strain

The Abacus strain was originally created in the early 2000’s in Northern California. It came out of Humboldt County which is world famous for all of the amazing outdoor growing. For decades Humboldt County has been on the front running for rolling out the best of the best decade after decade.
Nate Smith, whom resided in Humboldt County, was a breeder there. He was so passionate about creating a high CBD cultivar to help people with illness and various ailments.
Beginning with 2 high THC cultivars (OG and Purple Urkle), Nate began crossing and testing multiple generations. Using smell and flavor of both the leaves and flower, Nate decided on a phenotype that embodied the unique taste and aroma that he was searching for. He eventually developed a stable, high CBD genetic with beautiful purple colors and a terpene profile that rivals most other cannabis flower still to this day. It was named Abacus…
Since 2016, Abacus feminized hemp seeds have been grown in over 8 states other than California, and counting. It is also currently being used for research and collaboration projects. This is happening with 5 universities in the US, and that list is growing as well into the year 2020.