3 weeks into flowering seeds everywhere

PadawanWarrior

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True,i’ve got bananas coming out of the buds and not balls underneath the buds…that should mean more of a stress,only stress i can think of is temperature right now high is 82 and low is 78 i know ‘big bud’ want cooler temp but i tought i was fine with not going over 85…guess i’m wrong.plant looks healthy…
Can we get a pic of the top cola with the nanners? I think there's a hungry monkey waiting for some nanners.
 

Zephyrs

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Thoroughly go through your plants and remove all plants with male parts.
Get those plants out.
Get a big spray bottle of plain water and spray the whole tent or room. Water neutralizes pollen.
Make sure you don't have something stressing the plants. Like light leaks temperature swings and exedra
Then just keep growing what you got keeping an eye out for those male parts. You'll probably end up with quite a bit of bud that isn't seeded as well as some seeded stuff.
But What if ya Don't notice, until after the fact that nanner pollen has released?
 

xtsho

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Probably rodelized - sometimes some stressor happened and it did a fail safe survival tactic. Plants sometimes do this to prolong its lineage.

Nanners will pollinate the buds that show them.
Seeds need a minimum of 6 weeks or better to mature…. Run this plant to end. You will harvest some seedy bud but you will have femmy seeds if no male was involved.
Or pollen sacs. Pollen from nanners would be feminized.
 

xtsho

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Thoroughly go through your plants and remove all plants with male parts.
Get those plants out.
Get a big spray bottle of plain water and spray the whole tent or room. Water neutralizes pollen.
Make sure you don't have something stressing the plants. Like light leaks temperature swings and exedra
Then just keep growing what you got keeping an eye out for those male parts. You'll probably end up with quite a bit of bud that isn't seeded as well as some seeded stuff.
It's too late for that. They might as well just finish them all at this point.
 

Flindagrow

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Don't chop it. You can pluck the nanners, but @Wizzlebiz and his pals are gonna be disappointed if you do.
Its just starting to giving out smell,its a great specimen dont think i’m gonna give it up but keep having this bad dream about every single flowers being pollinated and i get nothing to smoke but seed,i see myself peeling every seed out of the calix and collect the empty calix with few,poor looking thricomes LoL
 

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Grojaks

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What do you mean that's the issue? I've been growing and making feminized seeds for years and have never had any issue with hermies.

Can you elaborate as to how feminized seeds are the reason?
I’d guess 80% of issues I see are fem’d. A buddy just had a fem splurge all over his garden. Shitty growth, herms, poor germinationare all way more common with fems.
 

Tangerine_

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Yes,i’m trying to pluck all the bananas out.sadly its my best plant herming….i dont know where else to put it I should probably just chop it.what you mean by spray it down?thanks
Pollen is nearly indestructible. Water will help slow the spread as molecules attach and help keep it from floating thru the air but thats it. It doesnt "sterilize" or kill pollen.

You're best bet (if you really feel like its worth keeping that one plant) is do as xtsho said and get the tweezers out and pluck the male parts. Have a cup of water handy to drop the sacs in. Be diligent and recheck again in a few days.
True,i’ve got bananas coming out of the buds and not balls underneath the buds…that should mean more of a stress,only stress i can think of is temperature right now high is 82 and low is 78 i know ‘big bud’ want cooler temp but i tought i was fine with not going over 85…guess i’m wrong.plant looks healthy…
Rodelization typically happens at the end of flower or as plants reach senescence. What you have is a plant presenting both male and female parts very early in bloom. The third pic shows some plants slap full of seeds and more forming.

Lower male parts on a female plant are usually found on the underlit sections of plants from seed. They rarely return on the clones as the plant acclimates to its environment.

Edit to add- hermaphrodite plants are from unstable genetics...not fem'd seeds.

He's got nanners not balls. It's not a true hermie. There's a difference.
WTF do you think a "nanner" is before it opens. The only difference here is location and severity. A pollen sac is a pollen sac.
 
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simpleleaf

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I had a crop of Green Crack a season or two ago which was from new seeds from a new breeder, and one of two plants had some banana-shaped pollen sacs. It was a little disappointing. I bloomed it all, smoked most of it (it was fine as long as I got all the seeds out), and ended up with a bunch of seeds I probably won't ever use. I took a cutting of the pure female, and propgated that plant for the next bloom cycle. Now I've got two clones in bloom and two more in veg, all from the pure female.
 

BodegaBud

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I had a crop of Green Crack a season or two ago which was from new seeds from a new breeder, and one of two plants had some banana-shaped pollen sacs. It was a little disappointing. I bloomed it all, smoked most of it (it was fine as long as I got all the seeds out), and ended up with a bunch of seeds I probably won't ever use. I took a cutting of the pure female, and propgated that plant for the next bloom cycle. Now I've got two clones in bloom and two more in veg, all from the pure female.
Did it only seed the plant with the bananas or the plants without bananas as well? I’ve a cheese with a couple bananas with some other plants of a different strain that don’t
 

Flindagrow

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Did it only seed the plant with the bananas or the plants without bananas as well? I’ve a cheese with a couple bananas with some other plants of a different strain that don’t
To me all of the plants in the tent got pollinated,some areas more than other but i think that’s because of ventilation trowing pollen here and there.
 
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