Most growers prefer growing only female weed plants. This is because female plants grown in the absence of male marijuana plants produce large, highly potent buds. That means, what we smoke is the fruit of the lady cannabis.
Main components of female marijuana plants are-
The calyx- The female calyx looks like a teardrop, which constitutes to the bud.
It has long hair, which is used as a distinguishing factor among the weed plants.
Pistils- It’s the combination of ovule and stigma, which look like an
antenna and help in pollinating the plant. Usually, the first pistils are
small hairs on the branches joining the main branch. These are white, whispy in color.
Flower- Female flowers are rich in THC, which make them perfect for smoking.
Unlike male cannabis plants, female plants utilize their
energy in producing flowers.
In the flowering stage, flowers grow as heavy,
crystal-like buds, and change color.
The cola- The cola is an important part of the cannabis plant that has buds.
It’s comprised of a stem, branches, leaves, and flowers.