Sorry, no problems to report right now. Only concern is the stretch, 400 hps is basically touching the top of the tent.
If even one hermie let loose you would have more than 2 seeds. The pollen came in with you I'll bet. And hermie pollen makes feminized seeds.Hi everybody, I couldn't think of a more knowledgeable group to ask.
Over this last summer I grew out 2 photos in my tent, a Tigers Milk and an I-95. Both were female.
Grow went great until week 4-5 of flower and they both got N and P deficiencies. I nursed them to week 8 and harvested. All good right?
Last month i'm breaking up some of the tigers milk for a joint and 2 mature seeds popped out.
I'm guessing the late flower stress caused a herm pollen sack to develop somewhere unseen.
My question is,
Would these seeds be feminized? There wasn't a male anywhere near my tent all grow.
It's Trudeau! That's hilarious. I would think any hermie would cause more than 2 seeds. The pollen came from outside? There's my Columbo for the dayIt's trudeu.
Plants can be genetically predisposed to hermaphrodite traits. And some more than others. If it hermied full nutsacs in early flower I wouldn't run those beans again.
if it was stress induced I wouldn't worry too much and try them if you really like the smoke. A ton of strains herm if stressed. Good strains too. Infact some of the most legendary cuts were found in bagseed, and more often than not from a stressed plant predisposed to herming under stress.
You'll know if you find a lot of seeds or just a couple. Lots of seeds would be a true herm. Just a few found in a pound... I'd run those for sure.
How to izolate them. Showe a example step by step plzz. Thx alotIts basically self-pollination that some plants will do to make sure there is some offspring even if there was no male nearby. There are chemicals you can spray on a single lower branch in flower and make pollen sacks come out on purpose. With mine it happened to be accidental. Its not a real bad thing genetically if it only happens once in a while. Some breeders will use the technique to isolate favorite flavors from certain strains.