I'm sitting here dreaming about breeding my own feminized seeds and realized it's not going to be as easy as I'd like and hope I can get your collective help on a small problem that I foresee. I'll be growing outside in the ground and was wondering if after I've used colloidal silver to turn one branch on one of my females, will it be possible to isolate that one branch so that it only pollinates a chosen branch? My thought, albeit not a great thought, is that I clear bag that branch with a few pin holes once I see the pollen pods to keep the pollen isolated. Will that branch continue to mature to create pollen or will it just eventually die off? Anyway, the more I think about it, the more I see a need for a tent to isolate the whole plant in hopes I can keep it alive or just forget about feminizing for now and just grow some beans the natural way.