Hermaphrodite in week 7 of flower!?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by Broeut, May 16, 2018.

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    Broeut

    Broeut New Member

    One of my ants out of 4 has produced banna like pollen sacks. See photo.
    It's made one produce a couple seeds others look okay. What should I do as they are still producing white hairs so not ready to crop just yet. Do I need to kill that plant?
    Or check tricombes?

    Thank you
     
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    Broeut

    Broeut New Member

    This is it
     

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    BudmanTX

    BudmanTX Well-Known Member

    welcome new member



    and to confirm yes it did.......find them and pull them off if you can.....just so late in flower, must have stressed out somehow....
     
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    mytwhyt

    mytwhyt Well-Known Member

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    Broeut

    Broeut New Member

    Thank you for your responses I've pulled them off. But do I just carry on doing that and just hope for the best? I had to take my tent down as my landlord came round they spent a day in s cold shed that night be why?
    Is the bud rubbish now then?
     
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    Nafydad420

    Nafydad420 Well-Known Member

    you need to just cut that plant before it spreads its seed on your ladies.
     
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    mytwhyt

    mytwhyt Well-Known Member

    Save the seeds, they'll all be female..
     
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    charface

    charface Well-Known Member

    Yes just keep watching and pulling them as soon as you see them.

    Unless you already had a huge release there will be very little damage, especially this far in.

    And if you did have a huge release its too late, just finish the plants.
     
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    drsaltzman

    drsaltzman Well-Known Member

    Don't cut until they're ready.
    Spend some time picking through and pinching any you find off.
    If you miss one or two you may get seeds. But not as many as if you had true male flowers release pollen.
     
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    Broeut

    Broeut New Member

    Thanks for the response we guys helpfully as always I checked tricombes and one is going amber others one or two per leaf are going cloudy so pretty much ready if not past it
     

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