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Thread: Male or female?

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    Too soon to tell. I had 3 plants morph their preflowers to TINY little leaves. I figured them to both be male and waited to harvest pollen. Well...they all 3 were females. So i would wait a bit on this one.

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    ...i think i see the beginnings of pistils but like Patient puffer said, you'll need to wait another week or so to be sure.

    peace, SOG

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    Thanks, I'll let you know what I find in a week or so. Thanks for the replies!

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    The one plant I have left is most definitely a female so that's good. However, I've noticed that it seems to have some sort of low grade disease or nutrient issue. I've attached pictures... it's caused 2 or 3 leaves to shrivel and die completely.IMG_0943.jpg
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    To describe it, the symptoms seem like a calcium deficiency on middle and newer growth.
    Do you ever water during sunlight hours? Looks like it could be water droplets on leaves? Perhaps.
    If you are careful about that then perhaps calcium. I would use garden lime. Its a pH buffer and has Cal/Mag. My knowledge is limited diagnosing leaf symptoms. @someoldguy
    Years of experience is invaluable. You can search site after site and when they post a picture of the symptoms I describe the picture NEVER matches what I have. With age comes wisdom and a discerning eye to peer through the BS.

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    ...yeah, over all the plant looks healthy but maybe over watered, and there may be early signs of a pest infestation.

    ...keep in mind also that these are living organisms so they have blemishes and imperfections, no big whoop.

    peace, SOG

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    I thought overwatering as well. But the plants in a smart pot. Can you over water in a smart pot?

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    Hey, Foggy here, I personally have grown from clones and this year I used seeds, yes bag seeds. Take a look at what bag seed can do if you know enough to confuse anybody that asks, lol. For me personally, I will grow from seed again just due to the fact that you can get them in the ground way before you can clones. Although I have encountered another problem, these are going to be above the fence line when harvested. But as you can see, other than not knowing the strain of any, those are some great looking girls. These little girls went into cups for germination on April 4. So doing the math, they are 2.5 months old Grow em large, Foggy

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    Wow! Those look great. Did you do any pruning or just let them do their thing with no topping or anything? They look well rounded and full

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    Everything you see is topped just at different times, others have been topped a second time only on top 4 branches. Trying some new techniques i have read about plus with other things I have learned from the previous years growing. That round appearance is what I was shooting for. A level canopy. Foggy

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