I read somewhere that male branches tend to be offset ( not coming out of the main stem on equal sides) and females tend to be more symmetrical. Is this true or BS? Pics from two of my plants below
Plants from seed are symmetrical and plants from clones are not symmetrical. I don’t think it has anything to do with the plant’s sex. The only reliable way to sex a plant is to look for male parts / female parts.
You have pistils on your plant. It’s a lady.
During veg growth a seed plant will usually maintain even branching Until you change the lighting to 12/12 for flowering.
Then it will transition to a staggered branching as it grows and starts producing buds.
I don’t recall the technical term.
Perhaps @Myfriendis410 might have a bit more insight as well.
I haven’t really paid attention; you are ahead of me haha!
Ok. That doesn’t happen often.
Our plants change to alternating nodes (from opposite nodes) as they reach sexual maturity, has nothing to do with being male or female. Even my plants in veg generally change to alternating nodes after 6 weeks or so…