Omg omg plz read about seeds open

So I had two feminized Bruce banner autos. One I left going wayyyyy to long and weirdly enough she had some fire bud but also I got a bunch of seeds out of it? Literally have found 30 on a single stem/branch. Are any of these seeds gonna germ and produce a decent new plant or are they just trash seeds that aren’t gonna do anything? I had thought only females had seeds when they got fertilized from a male plant and then early don’t produce any bud. Anyways please lmk about these seeds and how this is possible.

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stress can cause the ladies to hermie. where did seeds come from?

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It was off a branch, it was underneath the bud slights/on them.

Congratulations! :tada:
Those should be auto fem Bruce Banner seeds with a teensy chance of being herm.
You likely got some nanners like these on her.


I kept plucking them off this one so I didn’t get seeds.

I just harvested 2 like this. :arrow_down: Seeds came from a buddy who had one self pollinate like that. Purple “something” auto.

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So all of these seeds will produce actual plants? And are they worth growing/keeping? Wondering how this even possible and how these seeds came along. It’s like it fert itself.

All of the seeds have potential to grow healthy, lush plants. Coming from a likely herm, they also have that potential. Best bet, drop one or three and see where they go. They will be feminized, but again, potential herm.

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No guarantee but all things being equal health wise, then yes they should. Just check for any damage and that they look mature (the ones in the photo do look good).

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They could!

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Remember the scene in Jurassic Park movie, “Nature finds a way”.
Too much light late in flower is what caused my nanner issue.
Magnified you can really see where they get their nickname.

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Running bag seed in a few myself. Last run a hermie gave me some seeds in a really nice mystery plant. I expect some hermie but will drop 5 or so and cullem. Grats. Can be nice plants. This is a hermie i let go. Just kept the pods down. Was too nice to kill. Oils…:grin:.

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Great, unfortunate Photos! Saving to archive.

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From what I’ve read, hermies will produce a ton of “herminized” seeds. Chuck them out! Nanners tend to only pollinate a bud or two, and the seeds they produce are sought after. Because it isn’t really a true male flower, it has female genes and will produce feminized seeds.
I had a couple of nanners on my Bruce Banner auto about month or so ago. Used tweezers and plucked all 4 off. In hindsight, I should have just put a plastic bag over that bud and let that one branch seed out. But I need more smoke than plants right now!

Keep them and plant them!

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Yep, a stressed plant that produces nanners is not a full blown hermie. The self-pollinated seeds I just finished have produced zero visible nanners and behaved like every auto seed I have grown. The one with nanners in the pics I posted (that one is ILGM Bubba Kush) produced only a few (less than 5) immature seeds

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Great pics!! :star_struck: very informative for the visual learners!! :raising_hand_man:Lol but haven’t seen it like that before thanks!

Nothing to I could add to @HMGRWN has stated. Here’s a sour Diesel auto I’m growing from a seed off one of my runs. Time will tell :love_you_gesture:

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Imo we spend too much on energy and equipment to risk running seeds that you know have some potential to herm.

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I ran one seed from a plant that secretly hermied on me. That plant ended up kicking out sacs faster than I could pluck them. If you’re in a pinch and have no other seeds, then no harm in running them. If you have good seeds, go with those.

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