by Greg Green
Now is the time when you should be hoping for as many females as possible and that all your work has not been in vain. You closely look at the new growths (Calyx) to see if you can identify your plants sex, but it is still too early to tell.
The early stages all look the same you say? What should you do now? You do not know? You will have to wait and see.
There are three things that can reveal your plant’s sex early on but these are not 100% accurate. They are more of an educated guess. So remember these methods can fail to be accurate but most of the time they are a good indicator.