The Phylos Galaxy not only offers data about all of the strains tested at Phylos Bioscience, it visualizes the data so that you can see which plants are related to which ones. Fun fact: strain names are not always accurate.
This project is designed for users interested find with specific properties, and it also links to cannabis chemical reports.
Strainly’s web app allows legal cannabis growers and breeders (medical or adult use) to trade seeds, clones, tissue cultures or pollen and have easier access to a variety of cannabis strains to grow and breed. Users can not only browse, filter and find their cultivars, they can also see and provide ratings and reviews.
Leafly educates all types of consumers and connects them to nearby dispensaries. In addition to product information, Leafly also showcases plant strain data, including available user-submitted ratings and reviews, lineage, and lab test results.
Weedmaps is a community where businesses and consumers can search and discover cannabis products, become educated on cannabis, review cannabis businesses and connect with other like-minded users. Businesses and users can register for free.
Scientific & Academic Resources
Assessment of Genetic Diversity and Population Structure in Iranian Cannabis Germplasm // Aboozar Soorni, Reza Fatahi, David C. Haak, Seyed Alireza Salami & Aureliano Bombarely
Cannabis Genome Project // Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research, University of Toronto
Genetic Structure of Marijuana and Hemp // Jason Sawler, Jake M. Stout, Kyle M. Gardner,Darryl Hudson, John Vidmar, Laura Butler, Jonathan E. Page, & Sean Myles
The Instagram Account of @theyogibear13 // The majority of posts are actually links to academic papers about cannabis, as well as their effects and uses.