Should i pluck seeds from 5 week flowering hermie?

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by janarhia, Jan 14, 2022.

  1. 784BB5BB-58AB-4EA6-BAAF-E4E476864D02.jpeg Hey guys!

    So i’m growing one big bushy plant. She has seen her fair share of stress and started producing male pollen sacks. Im removing them as we go and it seems they’ve stopped surfacing.

    However i have all these little branches at the bottom who caught some of the pollen and are basically 60% seeds (all the top colas have no seeds and no brown hairs indicating theyve been pollinated).

    Since it’s rather late in flowering, should i pluck the seeds out of the lower branches to direct the plants energy into producing buds?

    Should i just cut off the branches that have been heavily pollinated?

    Or should i just let her finish as she is?

    All feedback is welcome, thanks!

    PS ive added 4 pics, three of them are the small seedy branches i was talkinn about. 1 is a top cola.

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  2. I probably would. Or leave them alone.
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  3. I think that's a male or it's got more balls than any Herman I've ever seen I would get rid of that it's not worth it

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  4. haha just the bottom few branches xd check my other post…
  5. Ok well I'm a fast pic reader lolll

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