Today on Lex’s world I wanted to talk about oddities and unusual phenotypes witnessed in Cannabis. From split fanleaves, to buds on fanleaves to self-topping plants, I tried to showcase it all. Some of these are actually stressful conditions mistaken for phenotypes (like bleaching). At what point does a rare phenotype become a sub-species or strain? Probably when it is stabilized, as has been done with duck’s foot marijuana and Australian Bastard Cannabis.

*note; the pic I used as the thumb is likely not a legitimate photo, though I have no proof either way. I just don’t believe a pure albino plant could make it to harvest and look that healthy to boot.

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