Hybrid

ˈhī-brəd | Noun

A genetic crossbreeding of two or more cannabis cultivars. Hybrids can result from a grower’s attempt to produce cannabis plants that inherit specific qualities of their parents’ genetics. Most cultivators use the term hybrid to refer to a cultivar with characteristics of both Indica and Sativa varieties, though this is often misleading, since all crossbreeds of cannabis are hybrids.