Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by GroErr, Nov 24, 2014.
While we're on the subject, how worried should I be about these nanners?? 2 dead center.
Not necessarily, but you are so early on I think you need to double and tripple check everything in the environment, air intake temps, light intensity, rh, media, nutes......If there are no improvements to be made, I think you might be in for a bumpy ride.
I notice no preflower on the adjacent node, and even the one above looks a bit off, more yellow/green than white/clear. The hair almost looks like a nanner, are there any others that look greenish yellow?
I want you to keep so you can observe and report, but that is purely selfish.
That's kinda the conclusion I came to, wait and see.. Just needed a second opinion on this one..
Somewhere between pretty and very.
Pluck them and a few calyx around them look for developing nanners. Even as it looks there wont be enough time for seed to fully form the pollen will remain and seeds will begin to develop if left alone.
Edit, look closely at the calyx 1 or 2 to the right and below, looks odd too. Where on the plant?
Yep, sucks. Wasn't a bad lookin plant. I might have to chop it. I really don't want it to contaminate it's sister. I found 5 or 6. Too early for this.
Unfortunately I have more experince with this that I want to admit. Most recently was crusng along thinking everyting is good, but gfci had tripped on heater and who know how long the were seeing nightime temps in 40s daytime in the low 70s.
If this is new IMO she is speaking to you, look and listen.
Definitely looks suspect, if you're seeing any more on it might not be worth taking the chance. If you have nothing around flowering you can just do the wait & see what happens option with low risk.
Sucks, the too early comment is right on, if you're seeing them now it's probably better to cut your losses
That does have the "hints of 'all-over'" that I would like to avoid.
I had to pull a Sour Diesel X Afghani from HSO that had nanners kinda all over....no chance
to catch up. Nanners are typically less a concern that hanging nads, but a proliferation will
It's in a decent environment...leaf temps are 80f, humidity a little low at 25%, I did get droop from pushing the dry cycle too far twice...in my defense...pot still had heft and was transplanted at least 2 weeks before. If that's all it takes to push nanners, then I won't feel bad ditching this strain. It's already on the chopping block for not being a favorite smoke of mine...so this was it's last chance. Didn't bother cloning or seeding. I have one left for a hail mary or....Genocide
I just thought of something...when you get a freebie pack and the name tag has "New" on the pack...could be great...but might be not so great.
Any chance those were Emerging Calyxes? Having trouble identifying yesterday's culprits, found similar and marked it with a twist tie. Lime green emerging calyx maybe?
These are the girls
Kept a bit on the underfed side...staying light on feed is a goal, but gotta dial it in.
Low humidity is something I struggle with too, last few days ambinet rh has been in the low teens.
They pretty clearly looked to be nanners, I don't think they were emerging calyx.
These 2 I was able to finish out. Nanner to the right of dog hair, the were others too but improving the environment allowed me to finish
Nanners on right side.
Right, I think I can get by for a few days now that I've marked where I see it. If dicks are still in the bushes in a few days...sianora MF'err. That one I pictured, I chopped the end of the bud off...today I cut that branch.
Can you get some close ups of the suspect balls, could be calyxes. The first pic looked suspect but typically if the base is joined to the V in the node it's a calyx, hard to see the base in that first pic. Male parts will typically have a small stem and hang
On the humidity, seriously bro...this Comfort Zone Fan and Ultrasonic on low...BooYeah
If you need humidity control...the Willhi controller is like $45. Dial it in with a general digital humidistat, the sensors can be finicky, but consistent when monitored.
I am quite a cheap ass, diy'd this
Cause wife took the aeroswiss back and I wanted to control it with this
About 50 bucks in parts, seven revisions, 360 lines of code, and full envirnmental control. I have a cut off a plant that threw nanners on me, I'm going to flower it. There is a thread going where a few of us are trying to crack this nut https://www.rollitup.org/t/there-is-a-crack-in-everything.927520/page-8#post-14109551
Even if your environment is perfect when the plant herms its still talking to you, is it saying there's something wrong with the gene pool?
Potentially, but Not Necessarily.
I bet it is genetic dependent. Some lines may be able to breed out the propensity for hermaphroditism under stress. I bet it's a deep propensity for it's survival, but I'd say the best genetic lines have breed as much out of it as possible.
Some lines may grow just fine if they aren't stressed hard. You have to stress it to reveal stuff like this though. IMO
How many days into flower are they? Looks like late flower nanners. The plant is freaking out since she is not pollinated. It is not something that you want but it happens. If she is a week or two from finish pull it off and watch. I have had some sativa dominant plants that did that but they were less than halfway through flower and I did not want to risk it. I have had other cuts that sometimes throw late life nanners and some that don't...same mother plant.
now that is more than just a few late life nanners from what i see in the pic
They were about 3 weeks from date they were chopped in the pick so I did keep them and finish them. There were more tna a few I removed at least 15. The ones in the pic were not polinated but I had one of each of same strain that were polinated,all threw nanners. I have come to the conclusion this is a stoner myth that polinated plants wont herm. These were stressed from a lack of heat that I was unaware of plus a bit of too intense light as seen in the bleaching of the first one.
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