seems hard for me to tell the male from the female ... I am looking
the new shoots where the stem branches come together, trying to
the single shoot with a tail (male) as compared to the double shoots
protruding (female) ... however, at 6 to 8 weeks,
either it seems I have
allot of males or some are still choosing sides ... any thoughts?
Plants usually show their sex at about two feet
Female plants get single calixes that grow out
where the branches of the plant come out and there is a split hair
that grows out of them. As shown below.
pictures below for enlargements.
Male plants get these ball clusters that grow out
in the same area that the calixes grow from and are deceiving as at
first they look like calixes but soon grow more sacks and soon star
to produce a yellow powder and that powder is male pollen.