I’m into week three of flowering on four plants. While I bought all of one type, one is so obviously different. Three of the four are now fully showing as female but that forth different one has one small “knob” that looks like a pollen sac. The plant has seven main stalks/colas and all are showing female except that one. I’ve checked the entire plant very closely and only that one little sac is showing. Do I need to ditch the plant completely or can I just get rid of that stem? As I said, the rest of the plant is definitely female
If possible pictures would definitely help a diagnosis.
Need pics for sure. If it is a male you need to Kill Him!
In my experience hermaphrodites don’t show that early. Usually a mid to late flower thing.
Pics would be nice. Also you have at least 2 weeks before a pollen sac matures to release pollen, so no harm in letting it ride until 100% sure.
Like the others said, picture would help. I feel a single pollen sack would be pretty unlikely at this stage.