Phenotype refers to the observable characteristics and traits of a cannabis plant resulting from the interaction between its genetic makeup (genotype) and environmental factors. These characteristics include features like plant height, leaf shape, flower color, and resin production. The phenotype of a cannabis plant is influenced by various factors such as light, nutrients, temperature, humidity, and growing conditions. Understanding the different phenotypes of cannabis strains is crucial for cultivators and breeders aiming to select and propagate plants with specific desirable traits. By carefully controlling environmental variables, growers can manipulate the expression of certain phenotypic traits.