Yes, my understanding is that they are usually stress induced. That said, it is a stress induced hermaphrodite at that point. Male and female - hermie. You can argue semantics all you want. My point is that pollen from a (now) hermaphrodite plant seems more likely to pass that trait along than pollen from a male plant would. So I plant 3 reggies. One is female, one is male, and one is a late herm, all grown exactly the same. Is there a difference between the pollen and genetics carried by the male pollen sacks, and the stuff from the nanners?