seeds

rxman

Member
Joined
Jan 20, 2011
Messages
5
Reaction score
0
The older buds on my feminized plant produced seeds. Will the seeds be viable and produce a healthy female plant? Thanks
 

bho_expertz

Aloha from ****
Joined
Jan 14, 2011
Messages
1,798
Reaction score
59
If it was a feminized plant and gave seeds it was because it got hermied ... I wouldn't use the seeds, since the probability of hermies is high.
 
T

The Hemp Goddess

Guest
I would recommend throwing these seeds away. They are a result of "selfing"--the female plant hermied (produced male flowers) and produced seeds. This is common with fem plants and is an undesirable trait. The resulting seeds will most likely hermie also.
 

PencilHead

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 5, 2009
Messages
2,002
Reaction score
1,962
Maybe Hick'll take them off your hands--he loves him some feminized strains.:rolleyes:
 

Hick

Git "R" lit
Joined
Apr 19, 2005
Messages
12,839
Reaction score
12,620
....................................................................................................

don%27t%20poke%20me.gif
 
T

The Hemp Goddess

Guest
I hope you are joking. Years ago, we saw very very few hermies. IMO, it is people planting these dam things that have resulted in the proliferation of hermies that we are seeing now.
 

leafminer

Bloody H E L L !
Joined
Sep 26, 2008
Messages
3,291
Reaction score
2,657
Hmmm . . . I hate to disagree, THG, but IMO it is the seedbanks that are mainly to blame. I am tempted to take a pic of a certain strain that I am watching go from male to female right now. From seed I bought you-know-where recently. Its offspring would almost certainly be all female, but who cares?
 

Latest posts

Top