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  • Feminized Seeds

    If you're an experienced grower or breeder, this might not interest you too much, but it's a great article for anyone who's just getting started.

    We get questions all the time about what feminized seeds are, what that means, how do you feminize seeds, etc, so thought I would share -

    How To Make Your Own Feminzed Marijuana Seeds

    Even if you don't read the whole thing, there are some nice pics in there that show males & hermaphrodites if you aren't sure what those are supposed to look like.

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      ok, growing 2 feminized plants from 2 different stains. Both have produced a few seeds. I see no male sacs anywhere. The seeds were found on branch nodes on the largest stems. Are these seeds feminized? Will these seeds even grow? None of the flowers show any sign of seeds or pollination. Anyone have anyanswers? Thanks.

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      • #4
        well I'm thinking you had your preflowers pollenated by a stray male pollen sac you didn't see. I also think the seed will grow. no they will not be feminized as a matter of fact probably 75 percent chance of male or hermie.

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          No canbethewicked i doubt it was a male. Its over ripe and thats what happens at times. Flowering too long and it will produce a few seeds here and there

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          • #6
            I disagree katzie, if that was the case the seeds wouldnt have had time to mature...th3 seeds he or she said were on large branch nodes which means they were pollenated early. I didnt say the plant was male i said a stray male pollen sac which happens to quite a few feminized plants those stray sacs can be easily hidden.

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            • #7
              I've had mystery seeds before when I know for a fact there is no possibility of cross contamination from a male. It was a massive mystery. I think in the end what must have happened is that the pants produced a tiny hermie flower that I missed and self pollinated. When they hermie it can often be very localised rather than right across the pant.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Trex View Post
                ok, growing 2 feminized plants from 2 different stains. Both have produced a few seeds. I see no male sacs anywhere. The seeds were found on branch nodes on the largest stems. Are these seeds feminized? Will these seeds even grow? None of the flowers show any sign of seeds or pollination. Anyone have anyanswers? Thanks.
                Perhaps there will be hermaphrodites.

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