In the world of cannabis, female plants are highly prized over their male counterparts. This preference primarily stems from the fact that female cannabis plants play a significant role in determining the cannabinoid content of the plant. While both male and female plants are essential for breeding and creating new strains, it’s the female plants that produce the resinous and aromatic buds covered in trichomes and terpenes, which give cannabis its therapeutic properties.
When growing cannabis from seeds, there’s typically a 50/50 chance of obtaining male and female plants. This means that only half of your crop will yield the desirable buds. However, there are methods to address this issue, such as cloning and using feminized seeds designed specifically to ensure a higher proportion of female plants in your cannabis cultivation.
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Our deep love of plants and fascination with Cannabis has enabled over 25 years of successful small-scale Marijuana cultivation from indoor hydroponics, greenhouses, and outdoor growing set-ups.
As Cannabis laws around the world change, *we support the movement toward freedom of choice for responsible, consenting adults who wish to experience the joy and wonder of growing a Cannabis plant.