Hey seasoned growers ive got a couple quick questions. Now I understand most female plants take approx 8 weeks to complete flowering. In my case with white widow, it is 8 weeks. At two weeks into flowering they show great flowers all over with long pistols. Okay so whats the time length for males to flower? From what ive noticed from my outdoor plants that were male, they start to flower (or pod, ball,) up a bit before the females, and then release the pollen sometime in mid cycle of the female plant flower cycle. But my question is........do they stop producing new pods in their cycle? Here is my reason I ask. I just began my second indoor grow with clones. These are all second generation clones. Anyhow im flowering three plants and two of them ended up hermies. The plants are white widow and im two weeks into flowering and ive been picking off the male pods as I see them. There aren't many of them at all, only less than 10 pods per plant so far. Anyway, for those who might know. Is there a time when I can expect to, or be able to stop inspecting my plants for new little pods? Also if I miss only a single pod or two per plant, will I end up with bud that is just chuck full of seeds, or just spotty. im doing my best to pick the male pods as soon as I see them. I inspect every two days for new ones, they appear fast! Will they stop......say at 4-6 weeks into floweing? Or once my pistols on the lady flowers have began to turn brown, will it even matter if a male is around since they are basically done flowering?