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Cannabis sativa L. Sex is determined by heteromorphic chromosomes X and Y : male is the heterogametic sex XY and female is the homogametic one XX. The sexual phenotype of Cannabis often shows some flexibility leading to the differentiation of hermaphrodite flowers or bisexual inflorescences monoecious phenotype. Sex is considered an important trait for hemp genetic improvement; therefore, the study of the mechanism of sexual differentiation is of paramount interest in hemp research.
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Sex Determination: After Planting Marijuana Seeds
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Monday October 28, F emale cannabis plants are the only ones that produce flowers. Male cannabis plants produce pollen which, if exposed to female cannabis plants, will result in seedy weed. Therefore, to cultivate seedless cannabis buds a. As mentioned, male cannabis plants produce pollen which can easily spread throughout a grow area. In fact, a single male plant can pollinate hundreds of females within a single grow space! To make matters worse, male cannabis plants develop pollen sacks before females begin producing buds.
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Determining the Sex of Your Cannabis Plants
After planting marijuana seeds and letting the plants vegetate for a while, the next step is to determine the sex of the plants also known as sexing. It is best to determine the sex as early as possible. Determining a plants sex protects against unwanted pollination resulting in marijuana seeds. Males have no use in the garden, unless you are planning on breeding plants.
In this contributor article, guest blogger Shanta Devourn provides useful information on determining the sex of your cannabis plants. The following is an article produced by a contributing author. Growers Network does not endorse nor evaluate the claims of our contributors, nor do they influence our editorial process.