4 leaves on plant


#1

A question from a fellow grower:

Hey Robert! I have 1 plant that has 2 stems on it with just 4 leaves each. Is this common or not? I thought all weed plants had a odd number of leaves!


#2

I’m not Robert and I dought if he will answer you. He’s very busy guy.
Anyway …Welcome to I L G M. The only place to outstanding information on growing period !

How about a pic. That would be a huge plus.
How old is the plant ?
The more information. You can provide The better we can help you with

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Will


#3

Plants can be twins, often with regularity as the amount of strains are mixed in new hybrids. Two zygotes develope at once and a double stem is the result.
The Bad news is that these odd balls are often problem children growing poorly, hermaphroditic or poor yielding. On top of that, if you have a maximum number of plants allowed for your MMJ grow, the authorities will consider this two plants not one in counting tour maximum.
If Bush cannabis ever becomes available, ILGM will sell it and I will be the first to buy it. But even then it will arise from a single stalk.