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The majority of cannabis growers destroy any males the second they display signs of gender, and now that feminised seeds are available, many will never see a male in their room. But male cannabis plants have a surprising array of uses, beyond simply providing pollen to make new seeds. Here, we take a look at what male cannabis plants are good for. Good-quality male specimens are essential for any cannabis breeding program. Some traits can be distinguished relatively easily, such as growth rate, overall health and resistance to mould , hermaphroditism and pests. Males are also important in breeding autoflowering strains , as their growth pattern traits can be passed down while the flavour and potency profile of the female can be retained—with a little skill and perseverance.
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How to distinguish marijuana males from females
Herming: How female plants turn male | Weedmaps
In the wide world of weed, the female of the species is more useful than the male. The marijuana plant is like many other plant species in the world. It needs both a male and female plant to reproduce it is a dioecious species. Admittedly, there are self-pollinating cannabis plants i. In general, however, most marijuana plants express female or male-specific sex organs. It is the female plant that produces the buds we dry, cure, and use. As a consequence, the average weed garden is populated by female plants only.
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Herming: How female plants turn male
Cannabis plants are gendered, or for the botanically-inclined, dioecious. Female plants are particularly prized because they form buds that are rich in cannabinoid content. For most growers, maintaining a crop free of male plants is critical to ensuring that female buds are not pollinated. Like all plants, however, cannabis has an inherent drive to procreate by propagating seeds. One way that the plant achieves this is by herming, when female plants become hermaphrodite to self-pollinate.
Unlike most flowering plants, cannabis is unique in that it requires both a male and female plant to reproduce. While hermaphroditic self-pollinating cannabis does exist, the plant most commonly expresses male- or female-specific sex organs. Female cannabis plants produce the large, resinous buds that are dried, cured , and consumed.
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