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Hi red, trifoliates are not particularly valuable, but they can be particularly gorgeous:
This one is at 3 days
and here she is at 18 days:
I actually had the fortune of coming across a quad foliate in my last grow, a Maple Leaf Indica lady which started to put out 4 leaves at each node when she was at 3 nodes of height:
She lost the quad trait further on in flower, but to make up for it she split her stem and produced two main colas
Trifoliate Cannabis Growing Questions forum at International Cannagraphic Magazine.
F. Weeds With Palmately Lobed or Trifoliate leaves (Having Three leaflets)
Leaves palmately lobed or fringed, but not divided into 3 leaflets. Wild Geranium ( Geranium carolinianum)
Climbing vine with roots along the stem; flowers white. Poison Ivy ( Toxicodendron radicans) (Similar Virginia Creeper, Parthenocissus quinquefolia, has 5 or more leaflets per leaf.)
Highly aggressive, large climbing vine with leaflets > 3″ long, not root-bearing along the stem; flowers purple. Kudzu (Puereria montana)
Plants creeping or sprawling; leaflets serrate but with no white chevron (vs. Trifolium); flowers tiny and congested into yellow hoplike heads. Black Medic (Medicago lupulina or M. polymorpha; M. sativa, Alfalfa, has purplish flowers.)
Plants small weeds under 1′ tall; leaflets with a deeply notched tip; flowers round and yellow. Sourgrass (Oxalis corniculata)
Plants small weeds
Plants prostrate or erect; leaflets with a silvery-white smudge in the center, entire-margined; central leaflet stalked; flowers purple, fruit a sticktight. Creeping Beggarweed (Desmodium incanum)
Plants may be sprawling but usually erect and up to 3′ or more tall; leaflets entire-margined, with no white mark, the central leaflet on a long stalk; flowers purple and pealike; sticktight pods twisted. Dixie Beggarweed (Desmodium tortuosum) (and see the following species)
Plants to 3′ tall but usually smaller; trifoliate leaves may be mistaken for the preceding species but the central leaflet sessile or nearly so, the stipules inconspicuous and
Plants erect to 4′ tall, the fruits elongate, sausage-shaped inflated pods that rattle when ripe. Flowers pealike: yellow or yellow marked with red. Central leaflet not stalked. Rattleboxes (Crotalaria). Lance-leaf Rattlebox has three narrow lanceolate leaflets. Smooth Rattlebox has three broad elliptic leaflets. Showy Rattlebox has simple leaves.
Plants sprawling to 3′ tall; flowers pealike, yellow; leaflets narrowly elliptic, with acuminate apex . Cheesy Toes (Stylosanthes hamata)
Trifoliate cannabis F. Weeds With Palmately Lobed or Trifoliate leaves (Having Three leaflets) Leaves palmately lobed or fringed, but not divided into 3 leaflets. Wild Geranium ( Geranium