What is a male cannabis plant?
Are you wondering what a male cannabis plant is?
As the name suggests, it is a plant containing the “male parts” of the plant, meaning that during its development the plant is going to produce pollen sacs and not flowers and pistils.
For a little botanical knowledge here, cannabis is considered a Dioecy specie, which means that each seed contains either a male or a female gametes, producing a male or a female individual.
This also means that in order to reproduce the plant (or animal) needs a male and a female individual, self-fertilization is excluded.
This excludes known stresses to cannabis that can produce herming or seed production without pollinisation as well as feminized seeds.