Colors can reveal a lot about many of the things in our lives. A green one tells us it’s not yet ripe, while yellow signals that it’s ready to eat, and a brown or black colored banana means that it’s likely spoiled.This is a very basic illustration of how colors bring out or show us information that we may not otherwise have any other easy way of discovering.I've never found any male flowers in them, but everytime after harvesting and drying I've found say 5 seeds in 50 grams of weed.
well actually you can get some really good bud from them, they will have hermies for sure and will be more prone to herming. feminized seeds are made by making a female go hermie then collecting its pollen.
thats why fem beans are more prone to herming:) I have seen killer buds from bag seed.
There has been a number of studies, polls, and research done that all center around people’s perceptions of colors and their associated meanings.
As it turns out, gender plays a large role in terms of the colors that we are drawn and attracted to.
I am a bit shocked about how harshly some people have reacted to each others comments when everyone pretty much agrees. I take my hat off to gio, their comments echo what I would have to say.
To dave, the research I have done shows that doctors have, in fact, been hiding hermaphrodites from general public knowledge (though there is no reason to believe that a conspiracy to do so exists).
), but I wouldn't choose them for any further breeding I prefer more stable phenotypes for keeping and breeding.
There are some obvious emotions expressed here, which is to be expected. Given that Western culture has been dominated by a few set religions which deal in stark good/evil dichotomies, our language developed along similar lines. I feel that the authors were not trying to insult anyone; rather they were doing their best to describe situations that the English language simply does not have the adequate wording for.
Now imagine trying to include a third gender to that equation.
I do not, to my knowledge, personally know any hermaphrodites.
That’s why men’s brand packaging is often black, navy blue, or gray compared to clean crisp whites and warm, feminine colors for women.