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Just found out my bud is seeded 7weeks into flowering... What should I do?
    #455725 - 08/06/10 12:46 AM (7 years, 10 months ago)

Well the good news is I have a VERY sucessful grow! I thought I ordered female seeds but 8/14 were male. I wasnt looking for males so I was a little late on plucking them (Maybe one week after 12/12 MAX!) So I thought I was fine and was going to get seedless bud then I trim one today and find out there are seeds in them, upon further inspection some of my main colas have seeds too... I guess the best thing to do is ride it out and collect viable seeds (Northern Lights 5) but most of the seeds i plucked were green and not brown. Do I just keep the plant flowering longer until the seeds emerge themselves? Will that make the bud less potent. The bud is still smokable so I am still happy but I would like it as potent as possible.

What to do what to do..!

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Re: Just found out my bud is seeded 7weeks into flowering... What should I do? [Re: ballbearing]
    #455773 - 08/06/10 11:24 AM (7 years, 10 months ago)

Not to be a asshole esp since your new here but here we go.

Now if ya pulled the males 1 week into the 12/12 and there were no flowers opened yet then the plants got seeded (which is what I think happened) by themselves. Which means the plants have produced some male flowers and the seeds will have a very high rate of going hermie. :shrug:

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Re: Just found out my bud is seeded 7weeks into flowering... What should I do? [Re: Magash]
    #455806 - 08/06/10 02:04 PM (7 years, 10 months ago)

let ur crop mature and except the lose.. better than no buds.

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