Maybe I should clarify what I said. Although males have identical (and sometimes higher) levels of CBDs than females, when choosing a male for a breeding program to create a new THC strain, the male's THC content is not really considered but it's growing structure/rigour is. The high % of THC in the strains we have developed most definitely comes from the female genetics and not the male (we have to be able to demonstrate genetic lineage before the strain is approved by the ministry of health for use by patients). We have been successeful with high CBD content males but for the high THC strains, the mother's THC profile is considered first.Conradino! One of my favorite posters. Thanks for the additional clarity. I agree that males can contribute to potency. I’ve experienced it first hand. I’m sure SLHlover didn’t mean to imply that males are incapable of contributing to overall potency levels.