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Hello everyone my name is ryan. I'm new to growing. I signed up to hopefully get some assistance with my first grow. I have just put my plants into flower about 5 days ago. I ha e been able to pick out most of the males. But there are a couple of plants I'm having trouble determining what sex they are. Do males ever grow little white hairs too?
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It's a herm..most likely it has both female and male..I'd pull it now.
I have seen female flowers grow male sacs almost mid bud. I used to deal with that more often than I cared for when growing in less than ideal temperatures. So the answer is yes, you can have both male and female flowers on the same plant and sometimes within the same bud.

I have old man eyes so the picture is not clear to me. But if it has pollen sacs even though you have white hairs ... you need to get rid of it or at the very least .... move it to another location.
 
Thank you guys for the info. I germinated 30 seeds they all took off. I have had to destroy all but 11. Is that normal. My grow room was like a bath house with all these dudes in here. Is that just they way it goes sometimes or is it something I'm doing? This is what j have left.
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Thank you guys for the info. I germinated 30 seeds they all took off. I have had to destroy all but 11. Is that normal. My grow room was like a bath house with all these dudes in here. Is that just they way it goes sometimes or is it something I'm doing? This is what j have left. View attachment 930172
When I used to grow from seed I noticed I had about 60% female; if you don't want to deal with males best to buy female seeds, good luck
 

Jack og

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Hello Ryan welcome to the farm, it’s a hermie bro, flower up top with balls under the skirt....
Not a good one to keep
 
Ya I agree hermie. I see a nut sack in the photo. Definitely male. Males shouldn't have hairs at all. But ya if u see even one it's hermie and kill it. Bad genetics or something like stress caused it. Either way there's no reason to ever keep a hermie.
 
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