Hi everyone…Im 12 weeks into flower with 4 plants…2 lemon haze 2 tahoe og…the grow has been going great…they are in soil (michigan mix) 5 gal fabric pot…have kept the grow mainly 100% organic with just keep track of the ph and sugaree…feeding them about 3/4 to a gal each every other day…the buds have been packing on the weight…and the trics have slowly started to turn milky… but now I dont know if they are foxtailing…can someone…anyone please help guide me…
THanks for all your help as always
Yes, that’s foxtailing. See a lot of amber in that last pic.
thanks for that quick reply…what do I do at this point?
It’s not a bad foxtail as the buds look pretty dense. That last bud looks like it’d put you in a coma if you smoked it. The other two pics are a bit behind the last. All pics from the same plant?
they are a mix of each plant…the buds are very dense…how damaging is this going to be for the harvest and final product…is there anything I should do at this point…Im guessing I may be a week or 2 away from harvest…
I just popped a few of those lil buds and found tiny lil what looks like seedlings…how bummed out should I be??
You’ll just lose bag appeal but you’ll gain weight. So it’s not a bad foxtail unless you want dispensary looking buds.
its all for personal use…will it lack quality that is should have…what pics would you like…more of the foxtailing…
Pics of this . No it won’t lack quality. This is a bad foxtail. Loose, larfy bud
just took pics…uploading from phone now…
one of those pics is another one of the sacs I broke open…
That does look like a developing seed. @garrigan62 post above this one, first pic. Oh, and @Vexer since you impregnate on purpose, maybe you’ve seen this?
Foxtailing isn’t liked by a lot of growers due to looks, but it actually means your plant is working super hard to create new buds; so it’s actually a good thing. Many growers who understand this actually appreciate some beautiful foxtailing in their cannabis. However, different circles believe otherwise but they are wrong lol.
That is not a developing seed, it is a unmature pollen sac. Seeds are usually covered by the calyx it grows in. Some seeds do surface tho.
It may also be a swollen calyx and that seed thing is actually the new flowers being produced.
If I could see it before you busted it open then I’d be able to tell. It doesn’t actually look like a pollen sack at all IMO. If you can take one picture of the plant so I can zoom in on it I can tell you for sure.
Looking closer now I see no signs of pollination or a Hermie. Swollen calyx and foxtailing tend to go hand in hand. Both good things.
here are 3 close up pics…cant get much closer without is getting out of focus