SEEDS and no males present HELP!!!

Discussion in 'Basic Growing' started by budman2000, Oct 17, 2005.

  1. budman2000

    budman2000 Registered+

    Just curious as 2 why my bagseed has SEEDS with no males present.

    100 percent positive no pollen present. Day 36 of Flower.....see earlier post for specifics on grow.

    PLZ help w/ feedback

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  2. Garden Knowm

    Garden Knowm Registered+

    hi budman.. not sure I understand the question...
    You planted 2 seeds and they were both female..

    and you want to know why you did not get a male...


    well you had a 50-50 chance right? so you got 2 females..

  3. HighTillIDie

    HighTillIDie Registered+

    im not sure why it is hard for you to understand (maybe you are high)

    he is asking; why are my indoor, bagseed, 2 females ONLY, with no males or pollen around them EVER, making seeds

  4. budman2000

    budman2000 Registered+

    GK, my bagseed plant is on day 36 of flower and as you can see from my pics it is starting to make seeds, yet there is no males present and there are no male flowers on the plant so I dont think its a hermie. Why would my plant do this?? This is my bagseed plant that has beautiful buds that you have seen in my earlier posts...
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  5. budman2000

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    Oh, by the way GK....If it is a hermie how will it effect my other 4 females in the same room???
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  7. Drugman Joe

    Drugman Joe Registered+

    Say woot, for you [should] have feminized seeds.

    I have no idea what is causing it, by the way.
  8. Garden Knowm

    Garden Knowm Registered+

    hey bud man- check out the above link.. it is an article that Zandor wrote. super interesting and it may shed light on your situation..

    but you say no pollen..... do you have exhaust coming from outside...?
    How many seeds is it making? 2 or 2000 ?
    pollen can travel for miles.. and you if you are bringing air from outside for exhaust.. this could be the source of your pollen... and this happens to many growers...

    thanks for the clarity --- HightillIdie---
  9. crashdamage

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    perhaps there is pollen, being produced by some plant,somewhere, where you can't see it maybe, and some of that pollen has ended up inside your house, either as dust in the wind, on some insects legs, or in your clothes... nature just seems to find a way.

    I'm reasonably certain that fertilization has to occur in order for a seed to be formed.
  10. jettazz

    jettazz Registered+

    I'm currently having the same thing happen to me. 2 female plants, no sign of any male flowers on them and yet one of my plants is producing seeds (only 4 or 5 on the whole plant) really a brain teaser......
  11. NoosaHeads

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    Its Natures way of making sure theres another generation..

    a ripe Female will somtimes shoot whats called a Male Banana to reinsure it has done its job by natures law...

    Zandors thread explains it more detail and way better than I ever could so I suggest you read the link that Garden_knowm provided...:D..
  12. budman2000

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    Thanx for the help, seems like I did have a hermi, found some flowers or what was going to be male flowers so i plucked it off to inspect and sure enough it had some yellow dust(pollen I assume) in it...
    My question is does this effect when I should harvest now??? If I wait any longer will my hermie keep making male flowers, thus pollinating the rest of my buds???

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