A growing number of marijuana growers say they’re turning to male plants to help them grow their plants.
A growing number, they say, of marijuana farmers say they are turning to female plants to grow their marijuana.
They’re doing it because they believe male plants can provide a more balanced and reliable marijuana crop, said Dale Gieringer, president of the National Cannabis Industry Association of Canada.
“It’s been proven that the male plant produces less THC, more CBD and less of the active ingredients in marijuana,” Gieriger said.
Gieringer said he knows of growers who are using male plants, but said there’s a catch.
In some cases, they may be growing the male plants themselves to produce the plants for sale.
He said it’s still unknown whether or not it’s safe for growers to do so.
The plant’s name is “Chicas Malas” in Spanish.
Male cannabis is a plant found in Mexico, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean.
It’s believed the plant is indigenous to South America.
There are about 200 species of marijuana in Canada, according to the Canadian Plant Industry Association.
Canada has one of the lowest marijuana taxes in the world.
Gieriger’s organization has a list of some of the male cannabis strains that are available online, along with their grow directions.
Some of the strains include: Chica Malas, Blue Dream, Blue Crush, Blue T, Blue Sunshine, Bong, and Blue Rodeo.
Giersinger said the male marijuana plants are usually bred by growers themselves to yield higher yields, more potency and better results.
Many growers have been growing the plants at home for years.
“It takes a lot of patience and skill,” Giersinger told CBC News.
It takes time for the plants to develop a proper canopy, and that’s when you’ll have the best results.” “
It takes time to understand how the plants grow.
It takes time for the plants to develop a proper canopy, and that’s when you’ll have the best results.”
A small percentage of male marijuana strains are bred to produce high THC levels, or higher potency.
But growers say that’s only the beginning.
“We’re getting more and more strains that produce a higher THC level.
And we’re also getting strains that have a lot more CBD in them,” Giestinger said.”
I’ve been growing for years now, and I’ve been using them for years and years.
And it’s just kind of growing at a rapid pace.”
Giering said there are also male plants with more CBD than THC, which can be beneficial for some patients.
But Giering cautioned against growing the marijuana plants yourself.
“There are certain plants that you can grow and still have some issues,” he explained.
“That’s where we go to our dispensary and they’ll go to a professional grower and they get a quality grower that will grow these plants, and they go back to the grower to get some of their plants.”
Giestinger says if a female plant produces THC, it can’t be grown on its own.
“So, if you have a female that’s producing THC and it’s very high in THC, you’re going to have a very high THC, and you need to go grow it yourself,” Giesinger said, adding that the only way to do that is to go to the dispensaries.
“They have to be able to handle that and they have to know what’s happening.”
The growing of female plants is a more controversial topic.
Giesting said he understands some growers may be hesitant to use female plants, saying it could be more difficult to grow and control the plants.
“You’re going up against a lot stronger weed growers that are going to say, ‘I don’t want to take on the risk of it becoming infected, so I can’t grow it myself,’ so I guess that’s a little bit of an issue,” Gistinger said about growing female plants.
But he said the marijuana industry is in the midst of a “huge cultural shift.”
“The marijuana community has gone through a huge cultural shift.
We’re becoming a more accepting culture and I think that’s been a good thing,” Gestinger said of the changing cannabis culture.”
When you have new breeders come into the industry, and new growers come into it, I think it’s a great thing.”