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You can also make your own feminized seeds, but you have to start with two known female cannabis plants.
If you have a male plant and you are trying to grow bud, I strongly, strongly recommend throwing the male plant away immediately and starting another seed or focusing on your other plants.
It’s a waste of time to grow male plants for THC or other cannabinoids - they don’t grow buds!
So far, no one has pinpointed a “male” chromosome or any other known factor that causes a plant to develop into a male or female.The sex of a particular plant matters quite a bit to growers.That's because only female cannabis plants produce buds.This happens in the second stage of your plant’s life, known as the “flowering stage.” The first sex organs that appear are often called “pre-flowers.” When do cannabis plants reveal their gender?Cannabis plants reveal their gender when they reach their second stage of life, known as the “Flowering Stage”.