Can someone confirm the sex of this plant?

Can someone confirm if this is a hermed plant, male plant, or early female with swollen calyx. I’ve gone to chop it 6 times now and I can’t be certain I’m not making a mistake. I’m fairly new at growing and it seems like the pods have pistils showing out of them.

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I did not look super closely for “nanners” and the like but from a casual look, it is female.

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Welcome to the forum.

How many weeks has the plant been flowering?

Thank you…you folks made my week

It’s been like this for a few weeks

On what date did the plant start flowering? Plants will take 8 to 10 weeks from the start of flower before they are ready to chop.

Growers determine when to harvest by looking at the trichomes with a cheap USB microscope. Chop when the trichomes are colored to your taste in the high you are looking for (slightly ambered for a racy high to amber for a couch lock high.)

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I thought it’s early in its life to look like this but if it’s female, I can’t really complain.

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This isn’t an autoflower, it’s just a random seed I had from a previous plant.

You can usually tell the sex before the plant even starts flowering by looking at the calyxes at the plant’s nodes.

I don’t know the exact date but I first planted it in mid April, started in a tent and when weather was better I put it in the ground.

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Looks to me like it revegged. I think you put it out too early so it started flowering. When the days got longer it went back to vegging. In a month it should start flowering again.

You shouldn’t put out photoperiod plants until end of May.


I think its a weak auto or just getting hit with too many hours of light.