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Removed started grow question 3 years ago
So here's my question my hybrid duckfoot the male in the middle started growing hair yesterday.making it a male-dominant hermaphrodite. What do you know about male-dominant hermaphrodites where 99% of the plant Is male and the last little bit shoots a couple hairs? Male dominant
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The_Projexx answered grow question 3 years ago
Generally hermies are removed , they dont produce good genetics not only that but all the polled it release will make hermie seeds , my best advice to you is to cut off the female calyx in order to preserve your plant , theres not much you can really do at this point but either way i wouldnt use the seeds thats about to pump out with females likely going to turn hermie every time with unstable results . Give it a whirl tho for science ! I hope this information helps you ! -Happy Growing!
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Going hermy; just as it can happen to female plants, it can just as easily happen to male plants, but since most growers would kill the male plants, it is less observed in practice.