Although the raid took place July 30, the test results only came back this week (guess nobody wanted to volunteer to smoke the daisy?) and proved the plants were not marijuana. I am sure the lab-workers were both disappointed and amused as they began unpacking the evidence bags, looking around at each other in the laboratory bewildered, smirking. “The guys believed they were dealing with a sub-strain of marijuana,” Konowalchuk said. “There are some similarities to the (marijuana) plant when you look directly at the plant. But are they identical? No, they’re not.” Not by a long shot. “(Even so) the guys thought they we dealing with a large grow operation and they responded accordingly.” We are sure they were very excited and proud of themselves until the test results came back negative.