A phenotype refers to the observable characteristics or traits of a cannabis plant. These traits can include physical features such as leaf shape, color, and bud structure, as well as chemical composition and aroma. Each cannabis plant has its own unique phenotype, influenced by genetics, environmental factors, and cultivation techniques. Phenotypes play a crucial role in cannabis breeding and selection, as growers aim to develop plants with desirable traits such as high potency, specific flavors, or resistance to pests and diseases. By understanding and identifying different phenotypes, cultivators can make informed decisions to produce cannabis plants that meet specific needs and preferences.
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