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HighRoller909 started grow question 3 years ago
Is this a male plant?
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Week 6
Techniques. Defoliation
BeefWellingtons answered grow question 3 years ago
Yes, well that is a Male plant you have. Don't freak out, just pull him and put into a trash bag and toss it. Then wash your hands and clothes. You should be, and plants should be just fine.
mad_scientist answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello @HighRoller909 ! R.I.P.
Lady_NugWitch answered grow question 3 years ago
Definitely a male plant. Those little spade looking round things at the stems are pollen sacks and will grow until they explode and shoot pollen over everything else in your grow area. Bag it and burn her at the stake!! Or let her grow and you will have seeds, however, you won't know what is male or female until they go into flower. My advice is to always purchase feminized seeds, that way you will know it's a girl all the way thru to the end.. I'm sorry for your loss tho... (been there done that)
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
make sure you throw a garbage bag over the plant as you cut it to avoid contaminating your room or fellow growers grows by inadvertance my friend. Sorry to see all this time lost, but I sleep better knowing there is one less pollen producer among us. Good catch! :rocket:
The_Projexx answered grow question 3 years ago
Yes this plant is male , the sure signs are as follows : Raise calyx on a stem , grouping of calyx and last but not least no little hairs coming out of the calyx . If you arent trying to produce seeds I would take this out of your grow space . If you havent yet its ok the flowers havent opened up and dried out yet (no pollen can be spread until they open and dry out takes 1 week from flower opening) Now that you've identified it you can make your choice as to if your going to keep it to make seeds or if your going to get rid of it . I hope this information was helpful ! -Happy Growing!
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
See those little balls? Those are pollen sacks. They will continue to grow and eventually open and spread it's pollen. Just take it out and cull it
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
yes