Here’s a 5-step guide to eliminating unwanted males and finding ideal plants for breeding: Get rid of early flowering or auto-flowering males as they are more likely to produce monoecious individuals. Remove any males that grow extremely quickly or are very tall. In general, these particular plants are best for producing fibers rather than flowers. Keep plants with large and hollow stems and get rid of any stems with too much pith (spongy white tissue). Pick males with tight, dense flowers and get rid of any with a loose and airy structure.
When it comes to creating hemp fiber, there is no better option than male plants. This is mainly because of their firm and fibrous stalks. Males provide soft and fine fibers capable of weaving the most delicate fabrics. However, it is still cool to note that male plant fiber is the best option when making hemp products. Don’t assume that male plants are entirely devoid of THC. However, they still have THC, and thus, can have psychoactive properties. Male plants don’t produce buds, the same flower buds, anyway. But you can find cannabinoids in their flowers, leaves, and stems. You can also benefit from a gentle buzz by drying and pressing the pollen you find in a male plant.
Incidentally, male plants have a higher THC concentration in their leaves than females during the vegetative growth phase. By the adult stages, females have taken over and produce a far higher THC ratio. The main issue with males is their limited lifespan. Also, there are no techniques available to delay pollination and boost resin production. For now, extract the existing resin and create hash oil, BHO wax, dabs, or other concentrates. Did you know that farmers have used marijuana plants as ‘companions’ for garden vegetables for centuries? Male plants, like females, produce terpenes, the aromatic oils found in weed that account for the delightful scent and taste. Terpenes, especially pinene and limonene, are also excellent for pest and disease control. With this in mind, you can introduce male plants in vegetable or flower gardens. Make sure they remain far away from female cannabis plants! You can use dried material from male plants to create a terpene-laden oil. Use this oil to keep insects and other pests at bay. In the old days, farmers would allow up to two vigorous male marijuana plants to grow. They knew to keep them well away from the females, and placed them at the far end of the garden. They also made sure that the plants were sheltered from the wind. Next, they planted corn, sunflowers, or beans between the two plant genders and enjoyed healthy crops with a few seeds in them. There were just enough seeds to grow the following year’s crop without reducing that year’s THC content. Also, cannabis plants have long taproots that can dive deep into the ground and break apart low standard soil. As a result, nutrients and moisture can infiltrate and improve quality. As a bonus, taproots keep the soil in place and ensure there are no issues with soil loss and nutrient run-off during spells of heavy rain. It appears as if the cannabolic acids (specifically THCA and CBDA) in weed juice have many benefits. Indeed, they provide many of the same benefits as marijuana consumed in other ways. Male plants have the same concentration of these potentially healthy juices as their female counterparts.
Therefore, you can drink the juice, enjoy a dose of healthy cannabinoids, and not worry so much about getting high. Most marijuana growers throw away their male plants as a matter of course. Females produce the buds that allow us to either get high or benefit from the apparent medical properties of weed. As well as providing you with a healthy juice, males make for ideal garden companions. They are great for making clothes from hemp fiber, are necessary for breeding, and you can use them in concentrates. Do you intend to benefit from one or more of the uses outlined above? If so, remember that cannabis pollen is capable of traveling a long way to fertilize a female. This was the first strain I ever tried when I got my marijuana card. It doesn't knock you out, but still puts you in a really relaxed and happy mood. Nice taste and smell, average cerebral stimulation at best.
Definitely powerful both medically, and recreationally. This strain is amazing for medicating away different stresses and depression, while not being overpoweringly heavy.