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Advanced Marijuana Cultivation forums; I found 1 small seed with black stripes in a ounce of good quality weed. What is the likelihood of ...
Is this seed feminized?
I found 1 small seed with black stripes in a ounce of good quality weed. What is the likelihood of this seed turning out to be female? I'm assuming it would most likely be a female considering it was the only seed in the whole ounce. What you think?
I think you should plant that bitch and see what happens! or we can speculate all summer
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pop it take a clone and flower
I saved up all my seeds that i got either one or two in an o and i ended up with 7 out of 8 females bro
Originally Posted by timfbmx
Originally Posted by ddimebag
i gotta half oz of white widow a lil over a year ago and it was full of seeds.....everyone has been female so far n now i only have a few seeds left so i got into the whole cloning thing and am glad i did....
Run it bro. A true female (not a fem bean) will make its own female seeds. When the plant senses its end it will produce females seeds. Not a lot mind you. My bagseed collection is in the 200 range. All seeds collected from finding a seed or two in a half zip or zip. All that I have grown out have been female.... To this day, the best plant I have ever grown indoors was bagseed. The shit was hella bomb and tasted like Fruity Pebbles. Damn I miss Gertrude....
Everyone is born with common sense, just not everyone chooses to use it.
Nice. I'm germinating it now.
Originally Posted by auldone
Lots of times you may find a single seed, the plant threw a bannana and it selfed, This is not a hermi plant, just a hermi condition caused by, the plant getting impatient for pollinization. Very stable strains seldom do this, I say seldom, because even they will. "You" can be the cause of it happening inadvertedly. I've planted these seeds and found nice psudos amongst the offspring. I now have a plant that is a mother, that pretty much always gives me selfed seeds from her clones. from those seeds I get about 19 of 20 to be female. This is over a great period of time and re- cloneing . A great practice is to gather those little bannanas let them dry out then store them. Next crop pick a bud, tie a ribbon around it to identify it later. Pollinate that bud with your bannanas. This will eventually give you selfed seeds, without the inbreeding. Inbred pot often turns hermi. Remember, there is a diffrence between bred- back and inbred, the later is what we want to avoid.