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    Plants Hermies are seeds feminized

    Had females Hermès to seedy buds are seeds feminized I but some in yard and they all started flowering at 8” tall

    #2
    yes they are.
    Started 9/9/21: 2nd grow: Hawaii Sativa MAUI auto x 3
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      #3
      If they are flowering, then they are female. But to answer your question, yes if a female herms on you and pollinates itself or another plant the seeds will also be female.

      Pollen from a male = regular seeds (male and female)
      Pollen from a female = feminized seeds

      Hope that helps and happy growing!

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        #4
        Female yes, chance of more hermies YES, even greater on the hermie its self (S1 seed).

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