Ethylene is a naturally occurring plant hormone that plays a crucial role in the growth and development of cannabis plants. It acts as a signaling molecule, influencing various physiological processes such as flowering, fruit ripening, and senescence. Ethylene is produced by the plant in response to various stimuli, including stress, injury, and environmental factors. In cannabis cultivation, understanding the effects of ethylene can help growers manipulate the plant's growth and development. However, it is important to note that ethylene sensitivity and responses may vary among different cannabis cultivars. Therefore, growers need to carefully monitor and manage ethylene levels to optimize plant health and maximize yields.
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