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    Well I'm not happy lol think one of my NL is gender confused single Male looking pre flower at topping point but rest of the plant showing female flowers on all nodes as far as I can see. Long do you give them before pulling? Never had a plant go Jenner on me lol.

    Defo looks male to me...





    This I next node up.



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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobywho View Post
    Well I'm not happy lol think one of my NL is gender confused single Male looking pre flower at topping point but rest of the plant showing female flowers on all nodes as far as I can see. Long do you give them before pulling? Never had a plant go Jenner on me lol.

    Defo looks male to me...


    This I next node up.


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    Yeah that looks like a ball sac for sure mate..I would snip it off and keep my eye on, any more than pull if I were you...others might say to pull straight away so as usual mate get as many opinions on this one lol.

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    If that is white hairs coming out, it is not balls.

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    Cheers Ice, Almost positive it's the only male flower. I've checked every other node and they all seem female.

    Will give it a couple of days see if it shows hairs.

    Gutted man. Suppose it's better seeing it now than when they're tied up in the net later lol.





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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobywho View Post
    Cheers Ice, Almost positive it's the only male flower. I've checked every other node and they all seem female.

    Will give it a couple of days see if it shows hairs.

    Gutted man. Suppose it's better seeing it now than when they're tied up in the net later lol.



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    Absolutely scooby, better it happened now for sure mate, keep the chin up

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    Certainly male bits those scoobs

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    I had one plant that popped a male flower like that, then proceeded to throw out female flowers and pistils. Had to chop her though due to external reasons but my point is that not all is loss just because there is ONE male flower. Personally I would just pluck it off and keep a close eye on the plant.
    Fight for your health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue View Post
    Certainly male bits those scoobs
    Blue do hermies tend to grow faster taller like males. This one was my best out the two speed wise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valentina View Post
    I had one plant that popped a male flower like that, then proceeded to throw out female flowers and pistils. Had to chop her though due to external reasons but my point is that not all is loss just because there is ONE male flower. Personally I would just pluck it off and keep a close eye on the plant.
    Cheers Val going to give it a few days to see if I see anymore then make a decision. Worried I will miss ones since I'm scrogging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobywho View Post
    Blue do hermies tend to grow faster taller like males. This one was my best out the two speed wise

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    Yes for sure mate, do you remember the Dutch passion pepsi plant i had a go at, super fast from the off but kicked out both male and fem bits.

    It got the axe right away, I’ve no time for maybe’s, 3 months is a long time to wait for seeded bud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue View Post
    Yes for sure mate, do you remember the Dutch passion pepsi plant i had a go at, super fast from the off but kicked out both male and fem bits.

    It got the axe right away, I’ve no time for maybe’s, 3 months is a long time to wait for seeded bud
    Aye man I remember mate, you reckon one preflower enough to warrant pulling it then bud? Scrog going to take a while with just one plant, would rather that than trying to untangle a hermy from the net right enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobywho View Post
    Aye man I remember mate, you reckon one preflower enough to warrant pulling it then bud? Scrog going to take a while with just one plant, would rather that than trying to untangle a hermy from the net right enough.

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    Personal preference I suppose mate. The fact it’s showing any male bits at all says a lot about the genetics.

    It only takes a touch of pollen to drop and your other plant will be seeded too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue View Post
    Personal preference I suppose mate. The fact it’s showing any male bits at all says a lot about the genetics.

    It only takes a touch of pollen to drop and your other plant will be seeded too
    Ahh well might as well pull her then dont want to risk seedy bud. Cheers for your help mate back to s single plant it is then lmao.

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