Nearly 160 million people around the world use marijuana, and growing it is becoming increasingly popular among caregivers and smokers.
If you are learning how to grow a plant, you’ll have to have a full understanding of the different sexes of the seeds. Scroll down to learn about how the male marijuana plant differs from its female counterpart.
Male Marijuana Plant
When growing your plants, you must wait for 6 to 8 weeks before being able to identify the seeds’ sex. This process is called seed germination.
The male marijuana plant produces small, bell-shaped clusters that hang down. While hanging, they open to release pollen. Male plants pollinate the female flower for reproduction.
Be sure to mark or separate this plant from the others as it can easily be confused with female plants.
One of the easiest ways to identify if your plant is male or female is to look at the pistils. Male plants do not have any