Do seeded plants makes seeds forever after pollination.

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by cirric, May 26, 2010.

  1. Do seeded plants makes seeds forever after pollination. My plants making seeds and been cut. If any other plants got pollinated. Do they produce seeds the next crops from being pollinated crops ago. From getting male pollen!!!! Any helps great! cirric
     
  2. The next generation will not automatically make seed. The plant will have to be pollinated. If you pollinate a plant, it will continue making seeds for about to weeks from the pollen in the air. After about 2 weeks, pollen may become sterile and no longer pollinate the plant.

    Pollen only comes from male plants. A female plant can not pollinate another female plant nor a male plant.
     
  3. Agree that a female will produce seeds only when pollinated. More specifically, one pistil + 1 grain of pollen = 1 seed. And plants grown from the seed of a seeded plant does not automatically produce seeded bud -- if that were true then there could never be any such thing as sinsemilla since at one time every plant came from a seeded plant...
     

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