Seeds from stressed plant


#1

Last grow I had a timer malfunction that turned my lights on while plants were in dark cycle. Needless to say my plants became loaded with seeds. I never saw any nanas or anything that looked abnormal. My question is are these seeds feminized and usable


#2

Feminized, depends and usable again depends on how long they were on the plant, seeds take 3-6 weeks to form and mature


#3

They were on there 3 wks or better they do look like any other seed iv’e used


#4

Try some out :+1:


#5

Whats your opinion


#6

They were at the start of maturation 50/50 they work


#7

Need some? There Gold Leaf


#8

No and with all do respect please dont advertise please I know asking isn’t advertising but later goes down that road


#9

Do you think there worth trying


#10

If the seeds look mature, hard somewhat dark shell with the almost leopard like spots and veins, they are probably viable.

~MacG


#11

@MacGyverStoner answered that perfect exactly what I was going to say


#12

Will they be Hermi


#13

Depends on plant it was Feminized maybe some will maybe some won’t be, was it selfed or cross pollinated


#14

Had a monster crop hermie on me, only had about 12 - 15 seeds total… popped two a while back and both are female. Not sure what that means for the remainder but they look good thus far.


#15

It happened when I had the timer malfunctioned


#16

I agree, if you take care to try and not stress them, you should be able to get good buds out of them. In my experience with goldleaf, it has a tendency to late hermi and self pollinate, this does mean feminized. Maybe try harvesting a bit sooner, keep an eye on the pistils and trichomes.

~MacG


#17

Doesn’t answer my question, was it cross pollinated or selfed. Being selfed it was bred by itself using no other plant cross pollinated you use another plant ie; male or stressed female


#18

What the difference between selfed or crossed polinated


#19

Answered above we were typing same time


#20

Maybe to be a little more clear, selfed is explained in my above statement, [quote=“MacGyverStoner, post:16, topic:8887”]
In my experience with goldleaf, it has a tendency to late hermi and self pollinate, this does mean feminized.
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And as Majik stated, if it was pollinated by a male plant, which I assume you didn’t have any male plants around and so this is unlikely, but regular pollination from a male plant to a female plant means the offspring seed has about a 50-50 chance of being male or female.

~MacG