Pheno Hunting

pheno ˈhən(t)iNG | Noun

The process of growing many seeds of a particular variety to find a phenotype with dominant traits desired by the grower. These traits include, but are not limited to: color; smell; cannabinoid content; growth characteristics such as resistance to pests, overall height, total flowering time; and average yields.


Growers look for things like smell, trichome production and size, and overall yield when pheno hunting.


Out of all the Tangie seeds planted, #33 is my favorite pheno. Let’s call it Tangie #33!