WONE wrote:I think CCCP just means it is a distinctive enough of a seed grown plant that he has since started tissue culturing that specimen and gave it a name. TTN is probably just his own marketing tactic to say "Hey these are the real deal, and not some random scam."
, that's what I am guessing as well but it certainly isn't 100% clear from what he wrote. And there's no reason to introduce another naming scheme by using the phrase TTN. Plants are either propagated vegetatively, and thus are exact genetic replicas so "TTN" isn't required to describe them, or they're grown from seed and are genetically unique. The fact that traditional naming conventions aren't being followed and the answers received about what "TTN" means still aren't very clear, at least to me, raises my eyebrows and makes me a little leery.