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Is this a male or female plant?

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by Cameron1226, Sep 10, 2017.

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    Cameron1226

    Cameron1226 Member

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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    Nobody can tell you that at this age......it has to flower to show sex
     
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    Cameron1226

    Cameron1226 Member

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    Kcbscrogger

    Kcbscrogger Well-Known Member

    Easily a pound!
     
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    Los Reefersaurus

    Los Reefersaurus Well-Known Member

    wrong again that is about a foot
     
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    GroErr

    GroErr Well-Known Member

    Lol, post again in about 3-4 weeks, way too early.
     
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    Cameron1226

    Cameron1226 Member

    Bum
     
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    xtsho

    xtsho Well-Known Member

    It's gender neutral
     
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    Lordhooha

    Lordhooha Well-Known Member

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    Cameron1226

    Cameron1226 Member

    Hahahahaha fuck you
     
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    Chief Chieferton

    Chief Chieferton Member

    Too early to tell. Females tend to stay shorter with more complex leaf pattern. My 100% guess that's a lil lady. After the 4th node it will give you a clue.
     
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    Cameron1226

    Cameron1226 Member

    Thank you
     
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    Nugs1

    Nugs1 Well-Known Member

    Do not listen to this. Height and complexity of leaf etc is all in the DNA. You can't know the sex until it either shows pistils or tiny balls (pistils=female). There is a lot out there about guessing sex before these show but nothing is 100% until pistils or not. And even then if you stress her she can hermie.

    Trust me, patience is needed when growing. We all want to plant and it be ready in a week.
     
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    BudmanTX

    BudmanTX Well-Known Member

    the little one is too early to tell. Give it another 3 to 4 weeks like some one said before, mine didn't show sex till 5 to 6 weeks. only time will tell...
     
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    Ghost of Davy Jones

    Ghost of Davy Jones Well-Known Member

    It's a hermie
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    there are indicators, but none that are infallible. the only true way to know is to wait till they start to get close to sexual maturity.
    i've found that if you look at the base of branches, you'll see little growths there, one on each side of the base of the stem. if they are growing towards each other, thats usually a female, if they are spreading apart from each other, thats usually a male...but its not even close to reliable enough for me to do more than watch one i suspect to be male, plenty that i put in the male category at first look later turned out to be a female, so wait and watch
     
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    Ghost of Davy Jones

    Ghost of Davy Jones Well-Known Member

    I've had short plants that I thought were for sure female.but ended up being little male runts.
     
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    Nugs1

    Nugs1 Well-Known Member

    Ive used the same thing to sex my plants early and most of the time is right but not always. Again the only way to know 100% is when pistils show.
     
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    Chief Chieferton

    Chief Chieferton Member

    Actually quite factual. Males grow taller than females OF THEIR OWN STRAIN. So if you know what your growing it's pretty simple. In nature anyway.
     
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    Ghost of Davy Jones

    Ghost of Davy Jones Well-Known Member

    Unless you have a runt like I do right now. I bought fem seeds from the same bank, put them in the same size pots with the same exact soil and the same feeding schedule all under the same lights in the same grow space and one girl is twice as big as the other girl. According to your theory the short one will be a male. I hope not cuz i paid for feminized seeds.
     
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