My seedling has pistils


#1

Hi, I tried looking this up and can’t finf any information. I germinated 3 seeds three days ago unfortunately I did not plant them deep enough. One did survive. The seed was stuck to the seedling so I did a little surgery on it which I have done in the past with no trouble. I go to look at the seedling this morning and I’m kind of surprised! I see pistils coming out of the the little leaves. The leaves are a odd shape as well. image


#2

Speechless. It’s been a strange season. I have a 6 week old outdoor Gold Leaf two weeks into flower. 18 hrs of sun a day.


#3

It might have gotten a case of jangly ganglia: it ought to figure out what’s up pretty soon.


#4

wow, thats strange. Super quick flowering auto.lol


#5

That happened to me last year! I started my plants inside and brought them outside in May and they started to flower. I put grow lights on my deck and they reveged. I did the same thing this year and started the lights as soon as I put them out and they did not go into flower. Tomorrow I will not need the lights any longer.


#6

Is that really a thing the plant can get?


#7

Nah; I was jokingly stating that it’s confused and probably will settle right down.


#8

Certainly made me chuckle, @Myfriendis410, I sort of had the same thought when I saw the picture.
I am hoping that it does not have a gender identity crisis when it goes to flower…


#9

should I toss this seedling? I don’t see any other leaves forming and the leaves on it looked deformed. It is still growing in height.


#10

Those are not pistils. Pistils only grow from the Calyx. These hairs would be something local to this strain and is probably a defense mechanism of some kind.


#11

Do you think this seedling is hopeless or should I just wait to see what it does?


#12

Sorry all not sure if I’m suppose to start a new topic ok not! This will be my second year growing and still have a lot to learn. Do these look like they are starting to flower?