I was curious about making feminised seeds using colloidal silver. How do the genes carry on? For example if I self pollinate a purple plant using pollen from a branch treated with colloidal silver. Will the subsequent seeds carry on the purple trait? Or if the strain is 50/50 (half go purple half the plants stay green) will the subsequent seeds produced from a purple plants pollen, pollenating itself, produce a higher rate of purple plants? I know recessive genetics will still come forth but since the plant is pollenating itself do the seeds produced similar plants to the parent? Or do they still have a large Gambit of what could come out? I have a bubble bomb plants I would like to preserve and have taken multiple generations of clones, but wild like to change out to a new strain. If I treat with colloidal silver and do a seed run will the seeds produced plant similar to the parent plant or will it be a big search for a new mother if I decide to run this strain again in a few years. Or would I need to produce seeds and sprout/flower/pollenate from the original plant for multiple generations to get a fairly reliable plant from seeds? Thanks!