is my plant a female

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    ben2760

    ben2760 Member

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    JAMO_Grow

    JAMO_Grow Well-Known Member

    The clarity of image 1 is blurred,so I cant be certain from that image however if a small white hair (pistil) is protruding then it is a Caylx and then is considered female.
    Hope this helps and happy growing.
     
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    ben2760

    ben2760 Member

    thanks
     
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    Rollinituptoo

    Rollinituptoo Well-Known Member

    Reupload a clearer picture. But if it looks like a ball it most likely is a male.
     
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    ben2760

    ben2760 Member

    i cant since its a iphone but it looks like long abit then a ball but i think give it a few more weeks to show sex
     
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    JAMO_Grow

    JAMO_Grow Well-Known Member

    Cant really determine it from the image, however if you have a other plants growing in the environment there comes a concern to having a male that can pollinate the rest of the grow.I would not recommend leaving it a few more weeks as the pollen sacks will develop and this will just compound the problem of pollination in the grow. Keep a persistent eye on the development of plants sex if you proceed to leaving it for a few more weeks.
    Happy growing.
     

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