Hermie?? Help needed in diagnostic pls

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So 1 plant that i have has this strange male looking things on it. Is it a hermie?? If so can i just remove the pods and hope for some ok buds, or should i kill it????
 
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Those do appear to be pollen sacs, is it just one plant? If they open and spread pollen, your other ladies will be pregnant and you will have a lot of seeds. Can you get a pic with more natural or white light? Hard to see in the yellow hue... maybe a flash? Are the photos, autos, fem seeds, clones? Just curious.
 
Toby4321

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Those do appear to be pollen sacs, is it just one plant? If they open and spread pollen, your other ladies will be pregnant and you will have a lot of seeds. Can you get a pic with more natural or white light? Hard to see in the yellow hue... maybe a flash? Are the photos, autos, fem seeds, clones? Just curious.
They are auto. There were only a couple sacs on this plant. It also has buds growing so im wondering if its possible to remove the sacs early. I had 6 plants total 1 died, 1 was a male so it was removed. Now the this one cant decide its gender.
 
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They are auto. There were only a couple sacs on this plant. It also has buds growing so im wondering if its possible to remove the sacs early. I had 6 plants total 1 died, 1 was a male so it was removed. Now the this one cant decide its gender.
I mean... maybe? People usually just get rid of them, it's hard to remove sacs and not send pollen everywhere if they are close to opening, which from the pic of the removed ones it looks like they might be. Looks like you've done quite a bit of LST on them, from what I have read on here, some autos can't handle that, that may have stressed them and caused them the herm, or it could just be bad genetics or other environmental factors.
 
Toby4321

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I mean... maybe? People usually just get rid of them, it's hard to remove sacs and not send pollen everywhere if they are close to opening, which from the pic of the removed ones it looks like they might be. Looks like you've done quite a bit of LST on them, from what I have read on here, some autos can't handle that, that may have stressed them and caused them the herm, or it could just be bad genetics or other environmental factors.
They were very tightly closed then i mushed them a little when i took them out of the room.
 

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