Pollination in cannabis cultivation refers to the process of transferring pollen from the male reproductive organs to the female reproductive organs of the plant. This natural process is essential for the production of seeds in cannabis plants. During pollination, the male cannabis plants release pollen, which is carried by the wind or insects to reach the female flowers. Once the pollen reaches the female flowers, it fertilizes the ovules, leading to seed development. However, in situations where seedless flower production is desired, such as in the production of high-quality cannabis buds, the prevention of pollination is crucial. This is achieved by removing any male plants or isolated female plants from male pollen sources.
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