Crossbreeding refers to a fundamental process of selecting multiple cannabis plants to produce a new strain. Breeding is very technical and is generally done on a commercial scale, but with increasing legalization, breeding is becoming more and more popular.
Some cannabis growers choose to cross plants that offer abundant stability and growth. Others are trying to improve the number of terpenes, increase the production of cannabinoids, and reach a specific high or get a distinctive flavor..
For crossbreeding, the cultivator must first cultivate a male cannabis plant so that it is ready to release pollen. Once pollen is collected and sprinkled on a female plant at the start of flowering, which will help the female to go into seed mode to use her energy to form beans inside her buds. After crossing, the new strain inherits the traits of its characteristics from both the parent plants.