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Q: Is it possible for a cannabis plant to be both sativa and indica?

A: Sativa and indica are different varieties of the same species. A single plant can be pure sativa, pure indica, or a cross-breed of the two. Most varieties of good street cannabis are a cross. Plants are frequently bred to have a combination of the short height of indica and the clearer, less stony high of the sativa.



Asked By : DioXIdE
Answered By : fire
Published Date : 7 / 1 / 1999
Last Edited Date : 7 / 1 / 1999
Question ID : 35

Categories: [ Cannabis ]

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