Firstly, I'm pretty new to posting on this forum so hopefully I posted this in the right category. I always see this question everywhere, "Can you tell if a seed is male or female?" I may have the answer but would like for other growers to please try this out and confirm if it works for them. To tell if a seed is male or female, you must first germinate it. Once the seed sprouts, you need to look where it sprouted from. If the sprout comes out of either the TOP or BOTTOM of the seed, it is a FEMALE. If the sprout comes out of either SIDE of the seed, it is a MALE. I recently tried this out and I can confirm that it works. I germinated 5 seeds. 2 of them that I planted where sprouted out of the side (male) and the other 3 sprouted out of the top/bottom (female). Out of the 2 seeds that were potentially Male plants, 1 of them has shown sex and it is indeed a male. The other plant hasn't shown sex yet but is very thin and doesn't have many leaves, making me believe that it is indeed another Male. Out of the other 3 plants that were potentially female, all 3 have shown sex and guess what, all 3 are Females!!! Having said that, this could all be a big coincidence. However, if this turns out to be a fact, then the world of growing has made a huge step forward! Now, just to confirm, I am not saying that this is 100% true, although this did work for me. Any inputs and personal experiences would be greatly appreciated!!!