Growing Differently

A customer has a question and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks.

“Hi I was hoping you might help me on something. I planted 4 of the autoflowering super skunks and they have been in the same conditions the entire time. 1 of the plants looks to be starting to flower, 2 are not, but 1 certainly looks like a male plant to me. Is that a possibility with these seeds?”

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I would say more than a possibility! The male looks well on its way, so you should (slowly and carefully) remove him from the other plants, so he doesn’t pollinate them . . .

grow the male in a separate room, Dave some pollen, then you can sprinkle a little on one or two buds. then you’ll have free white widow seeds


And then send some my way. Ha