Did this auto become a hermie?
If this is what you are referring to then No…That is a female calyx…hairs protruding are always female.
I vote no Hermie! Nice and Frosty.
True in most cases, but the pistils are there to catch pollen, so a calyx can start off as a female with hairs and have a seed inside. If there’s no males around or nanners, then you should be fine
You guys sure?, I never had a plant look like this and I really don’t want it around if it’s gna pollinate my other plant
It is possible that you have “nanners” elsewhere on your plant but the photos that you posted show all female.
I see what you’re saying the make-up of the bud. I have grew two plants same strain side by side an can look totally different. Genetics! I guess, like kids don’t look the same.
Not just genetic variation in the cultivar, but also variation in gene expression due to the environmental factors. Differences in light, temperature, medium, nutrient availability, etc. all determine an enormous amount.
Yes I agree @KeystoneCops I have had them short and bushy and tall and skinny out of the same pack. Same light Same soil I quit trying to figure it out. I just take it for what it is. Happy growing!
Have you double checked your light timers? possibly trying to reveg?
Not a hermie for sure, long loose flowers sometime happen from what I’ve seen in autos, I don’t think it is environmental I believe it’s the Ruderalis gene, nothing you did. The buds are not compact and when they dry they don’t store well. But she still a good plant