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Twins Feminised Seeds

Twins by Cannarado Genetics is Sour Dubble crossed with the Birthday Cake.

Expect flowering times of around 56-70 days.

Additional Information

Seed Bank Cannarado Genetics
Seed Type Feminised
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Genetics Sour Dubble x Birthday Cake
Where to Grow Indoor / Outdoor
Flowering Time 56 – 70 days

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What Are Potential Cannabis Mutations‏?

You would be surprised to know how many accidental cannabis mutations ended up inspiring strains that we smoke today. They are rare and usually happen without warning. The potential ways cannabis can mutate is essential information for growers, so if you’re curious to know more, keep reading!

Just like with any interbreeding, mutations can occur, and cannabis is no exception to that rule. Of course, we are not talking about the kind of genetic mutations that breeders do on purpose, but the kind that are a surprise to the grower. These can take on all forms and types, and, even though on first contemplation it might seem like something a grower wouldn’t want, breeders are always curiously looking out for them. Sometimes these accidental cannabis mutations are solutions for greater potency or greater growing convenience.

Cannabis mutations are interesting to observe because they often come up spontaneously, without warning, and sometimes come with very pleasant surprises. However, it also requires great care when trying to isolate these mutations to try and introduce them into current strains. This could create a whirlwind of undesired mutations spreading across marijuana genetics. In any case, breeding is a delicate operation. These are some mutations (some more common than others) that can occur in marijuana plants!

Ducksfoot Cannabis

Ducksfoot cannabis strain occurred as a result of one of these accidental mutations that an Australian breeder took advantage of by cultivating it into a true strain. It is called Ducksfoot because of the webbed feet-like leaves that it develops, instead of the very defined finger leaves that cannabis plants usually grow.

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The seed of this strain is grown particularly for these peculiar leaves of hers, but when it grows up noticeable differences occur in other genetics such as cannabinoid content, yield, and overall look of the plant. Most of these plants grow up to be sativas, although some do become indica strains. This suggests that the Ducksfoot mutation can occur in a variety of strains, and is not necessarily specific to the particular strain it was first discovered in.

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Naturally, the strain is called Ducksfoot because the shape of the leaves looks just like that of a duck or other aquatic bird. This strange mutation is the result of a recessive gene, which means that when it is bred with another strain there is only a 1 in 3 chance that it will grow to have the special webbed leaves.

Ducksfoot can be extremely camouflaged as a marijuana plant before it begins growing colas. It can look almost nothing like a cannabis plant and in fact can be quite deceptive. It is, perhaps, for this reason, that growers sought to continue breeding this particular genetic, as it is definitely disguised as some other plant even right through its flowering stage.

Variegation Mutation

Variegation is arguably one of the most beautiful mutations that can occur on a cannabis plant, although if it occurs severely it is not generally seen as a desirable mutation. Variegation is the total or partial albinism of the marijuana plant, meaning it effectively turns white. In the most special of all cases, it will turn white in certain parts of the leaf, creating incredible designs. Sometimes it will split right down the length of the leaf, exactly half of it being white and half of it being green.

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It occurs as a result of the plant not properly being able to produce chlorophyll. The genetic mutation is occurring on the gene that expresses the plant’s ability to produce chlorophyll. This gene is usually switched off in certain parts of the plant in the case of variegated cannabis, meaning that part of the plant is white. It can occur on the leaves as well as on the heads of some buds.

In the most extreme cases, the entire plant can become albino. In this situation the plant usually does not live long, as without the ability to produce chlorophyll, it cannot produce the sugars to go on living and producing buds. This should mean that those plants that express variegation should have lower yields, as a lessened ability to photosynthesize would naturally occur in slower growth. However, some variegated marijuana plants have grown to be quite tall.