Hermaphrodite Cannabis Plants

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After weeks of vegetation, your plants will be ready to flower. This is when they will display signs of their sex, either male, or female. But sometimes, you may come across hermaphrodite cannabis plants, where the plants will display male and female parts. Hermaphrodite cannabis plants are not always easily identifiable at the start of the flowering period, and some may start off as female, but “hermie” at the end of the flowering cycle, and produce seeds. Nobody really wants seeds in their buds. So in this guide we will explain how to identify if your cannabis plant has hermied,

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Guides on Flowering Cannabis Plants

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Welcome to Percys Grow Rooms Guides on Flowering Cannabis Plants. These guides are designed to help you not only get more from your grow, but help you get a higher quality product at the end of it too. Photoperiod cannabis plants will need a light cycle of around 12 hours of light, and 12 hours of darkness to begin to flower. The dark cycle must not be disturbed! As this can cause hermaphrodites. Auto flowering cannabis plants will flower under 18/6. Some growers will even grow them under 24 hours of light, with no dark period, for their whole life

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How to Grow Purple Buds

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Over the last few years we have seen a massive rise in purple buds on cannabis. Since legislation in Canada and the US, there have been massive advancements in the cannabis market, and one of these is in genetics. The colour of cannabis can make a real difference in market value and “bag appeal”. Because of this, breeders are now selecting strain and phenotypes that express their colors easier than others. Growing purple buds can be risky! There is no proof to suggest it is stronger than “green weed” but there is plenty to say it reduces your yield. Lets

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