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?
So do you mean that it should stay in 12/12 for 5-10 more days so that sex can be confirmed and the re-enter it into vegetative?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.
Yeah but it is already 8 weeks old. Isnt that mature enough? You quoted before that from the pic you see that it is not mature enough and now you said that you can force flower in as little as 4 weeks. Im a little confused.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.