I’m a little disappointed because it looks like all three of the assorted autoflower seeds I planted turned hermaphrodite. The Northern lights, Blueberry, and Amnesia haze all show signs of having male flowers appearing. The plants would seem otherwise healthy after 5 weeks of growing outdoors in coco amended soil in 5 gallon buckets. Growing outdoors makes it difficult to control temperature and humidity but these guys have been growing great…what do i do with them now?
Can you point out what you feel are pollen sacks? I don’t see any
@dbrn32 It’s very possible that I have just jumped to conclusions as a newbie grower. I was seeing little round pods appearing at the nodes but perhaps those are actually the female flowers appearing. I’m just confused as I just assumed those round shaped growths had to be male.
@dbrn32 In the first picture just above the white cotton string you can see what I thought was male flowers developing
Looks like they have a couple of pistils coming out of them, can you verify? If so they are female parts.
Hah, you got fooled.
Yep. Swollen calyxes.
Excited girlie parts! Woo eee!
Thanks everyone…you have know idea how stressed I was that my work went down the drain…guess I’ll just keep on keeping on
I’ve been growing for about 15 years and have never had a hermie until this year. When the pods first appeared I had to look them up. A few people said I didn’t have a problem and then I saw this.
Pistils good. No pistils watch closely…
Thanks buddy for the post…mine are all still good…was just an inexperienced false alarm :-))