Yea I picked quite a few here and there little over a week ago. I haven't seen anymore since then though. I'm hoping it's not seeded to badYeah this an hermie but you don't necessarely need to worry about it if your plant porduces more actively calyx and pistil than male part.
Few male flowers near the nodes first few weeks of flowering is something pretty common and they don't necessarely continue to show afterward.
Just pass your finger on them and unlike female flowers, male flower gonna fall easily as you touch them, preferably before they are mature enough to drop some pollen, in case some banana are visible and mature and drop some pollen you can neutralize the pollen spraying some water
keep a watchfull eyes in the week to come for some more males part and you should be oki and get a harvest without seeds in the end
here an exemple of lot of males part beggining of flowering and harvest without seeds:
"Gorilla CBD" cannabis grow diary (journal). Strains: Dinafem Gorilla CBD week6 by HerbalEdu. Grow room Indoor, growing in Soil. Grow conditions, techniques, grower comments.growdiaries.com
I use an HPS in a room slightly smaller than a 4x8. You're going to want to exhaust that light outside the growroom, if you havent already. Your AC might be able to keep up, but it's far more efficient to cool a space by removing heat, than it is to add cool air. The AC is just far more power hungry than a 50 or 60w inline fan.Here is some updated pics...week 1,2, and 3 of flower
Thanks for the info , i appreciate it.I use an HPS in a room slightly smaller than a 4x8. You're going to want to exhaust that light outside the growroom, if you havent already. Your AC might be able to keep up, but it's far more efficient to cool a space by removing heat, than it is to add cool air. The AC is just far more power hungry than a 50 or 60w inline fan.
Also, regarding the hermies, it's likely genetic, not caused by light leaks. Light leaks usually lead to nanners showing up in the bud itself rather than showing pods at the nodes. My understanding is that regular seeds are more likely to have pods than fems, fems generally get nanners.
You also mentioned these were bag seeds, that's also why I'd say it's genetic. A lot of times seed batches are only consistent for the first generation. After that you get much higher chances of genetic abnormalities due to the way dominant and regressive genes work. So when a fem plant gets a few nanners but only produces 1 or 2 seeds per ounce or per QP, those seeds can express otherwise regressive traits not seen the parent plants.
Your best bet to avoid hermies is to get some quality genetics. I know they can be expensive, but it's a worthwhile investment if you can save up for some.