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High Test Bud Micro Seeds? What Are These?!

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by PinkFloydEffect, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. I have been smoking daily for over a decade now, went from mids to danks about 5 years ago. I used to find tiny undeveloped seeds in high quality mids long time ago, I am picky so I would almost rather get lower quality mids and pick out the large seeds instead.

    Now that I have been smoking lots of high quality bud over the last 5 years this problem still seems to come and go but they are smaller now. I call them the seedless watermelon buds because they are not truly seedless...maybe someone can identify these for me. I usually break up my bud then slide it around to try and get as many of these to fall out as possible, sometimes goods end up in this pile so I always add them to my hash jar. I sacrifice a few flakes of bud every time just to clear these off my tray it bothers me to know there are enough in every bowl to layer the top I really do not like smoking anything I do not have to.
  2. Those are under developed seeds. Pretty common in mid grade bud.
  3. I did not think the bud these came from was that bad honestly, it is not mid grade or even outdoor grade. It is up there but nothing super fancy. This seems more common lately, but here is a photo of a nugget these come from.

  4. hermes
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  5. I've had hermies make underdeveloped seeds like that but I think some do develop normally into female seeds, don't they?
  6. I have found these in probably 30 different strains in the last year from 4 different sources.

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