Hi guys, interested to hear how some growers are weeding out the male plants grown from regular photoperiod seeds. My main interest is kulling out the males early enough during the grow cycle to give the ladies all the attention. Ive read of a method where the light cycle is flipped to 12/12 once you have canopy topped as much as youd like, put the plant in flower for 4-7 days to show its boy parts, sort them into the trash. Then flip your ladies back to veg to grow them into little bushes. Is it a reliable way to sort out all of the males? I am growing 8 seeds in a small tent, nature may give me 3-5 females, so Id hope not to make the mistake as to kill a plant that I thought may be a boy but actually would have been a girl. On the other hand I could do the process with a little more natural light cycle, veg them as normal there entire seedling/growth life, topping and mainling all plants the same as if they may become females (using valuable tent space and nutes there entire "wasted" lives though, since my goal is to kull the males..) Flip to flower and naturally notice the boys, but at this point I would have nutured that plant probably 8 weeks, Is there a more efficient way?