A mother plant, in the context of cannabis cultivation, refers to a mature and healthy female cannabis plant that is kept in a vegetative state to provide cuttings for propagation. These cuttings, also known as clones, are genetically identical to the mother plant and can be used to grow new cannabis plants with the same desired traits. By maintaining a mother plant, cultivators can ensure consistency in their cannabis crops and preserve the genetic characteristics of a particular strain. Mother plants require proper care and maintenance, including regular pruning and monitoring of nutrient levels, to ensure their health and longevity.
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