Discussion in 'Basic Growing' started by Mari4-20, Jun 10, 2016.
finding out the sex is really hard for me. I've heard some people say male while others say female.
I think i see a gap between the calyx and the notch, indicating that it is sitting up on a stalk. If this is the case, it is male. Get behind there with a flashlight and see if you can see a stalk on that thing, or if it sits down flush. My guess based on this picture is male.
Thank you for your input. It is bag seed which means the mother plant was a hemie plant. Is there a chance this plant could be one too?
unless you are a better gardener that the first person, yes.
I just changed my timer to 12-12, hopefully it'll start to show to sex better. I'm not going to throw it away yet because it might still have a chance. I heard that if the stipules are crossing each other that it is a good chance it's a female. However, I don't know if that is true. I'm currently germinating 2 more seeds right now.
I just took a pic of the plant, it looks like a Calyx. So if I'm right then it's a hermie plant, which is a lot better than starting completely over and all my work wasted.
Can anyone guess mine I need help? Thanks.
all male BC... sorry
Can someone please let me know if they think this is a male or female. Just took 2 plants out because I knew they were males
seriously? That is the best photo you can provide? I see no flowering parts clear enough to make a determination.
Yes unfortunately my camera phone sucks
well it isn't so difficult. In the 'crotch' (node) of the upper branches you'll see green balls on stalks (male) or little tear-shaped green calyxes with two fine hairs sticking up (female). Lots of photos around here someplace. When they show you will figure it out.
thanks shovelhandle!! I appreciate it! !
Check out this webpage, Hunter69, it should make things very clear as to what to look for. Good luck.
Maybe if you were a Lil closer...
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