Here is a picture, I am very confused of what the sex is, can someone tell me? Is it ermaphrodite? If it is, can it still polinate others?
EastCoastHydroConsulting said:As the previous reply states, your plant is not sexually mature enough to determine sex yet. If I had to guess, I would say that the presence of the hair would indicate a high potential to be female, however, I would allow the plant another 5-10 days before trying to make a more informed decision. Watch it closely, and it will let you know soon enough.
EastCoastHydroConsulting said:Well, since you have already started the 12/12, you may as well keep it in the flowering cycle until sex is determined. Otherwise, you will have stressed your plant for nothing. I usually give mine 8 weeks from germinating before I enter the flowering cycle, but, dependent on the strain, you can force flower in as little as 4 weeks. I would recommend 6 weeks as an all around good figure from the date of germination until you flower...unless of course you are growing a ruderalis strain, in which case it is autoflowering and is not up to you at all.
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