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Many farmers will at one point or the other come across a hermaphrodite Cannabis plant. What is the difference between such a plant and the ‘normal’ plants? Well, the answer lies in the fact that unlike the usual Cannabis plant which is either male or female, the hermaphrodite plant consists of both male and female plants on the same flower. With this in mind, is it then possible to convert a perfectly female plant to a hermaphrodite? What are some of the characteristics that you ...
Definition of a hermaphrodite Cannabis plant A hermaphrodite Cannabis plant is a plant that shows both male and female parts during its growth and development. This is a rare occurrence and is not something that the farmer will come across every so often. It is not easy to tell the seeds that will produce hermaphrodite plants apart, and hence farmers will always find this out after the different plant parts have formed. How do you tell that the Cannabis plant you have is a hermaphrodite? The ...
Traditionally, the Cannabis plant is either male or female in nature. In rare scenarios, it may contain both male and female parts, and such a plant is referred to as a hermaphrodite. Some people shorten this name and call it a hermie Cannabis plant. For this reason, a closer look at the plant during its developmental stages will reveal that indeed both parts of the plant are present. As we are all aware, the male Cannabis plant will usually pollinate the flowers of the female plants in the ...
Even before answering this question, it is important to determine what a hermaphrodite Cannabis plant. As is the case with other organisms, a hermaphrodite Cannabis plant is one which tends to showcase features of both a female plant and a male plant on the same crop. This characteristic has been seen in Cannabis plants, hence creating the need to separate the plants when they enter the flowering phase. What purpose does the existence of hermaphrodite Cannabis plants serve? In guerilla ...
Cannabis garden different varieties of the cannabis plants Question: I have in my cannabis garden different varieties of the cannabis plants, all of which were grown from seeds obtained from a previous cannabis harvest. Half of the varieties have plants that are now exhibiting hermaphrodite. What could the problem be? Is there anything that I can do about it? Answer: there is a likelihood that you are growing plants whose genetic makeup consists of instructions that lead to hermaphrodite ...