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  • Rwise
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    Them be seeds, pull that male!

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  • Blowdout2269
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    I'd have to agree with SoOrbudgal.
    Looks pollinated to me.

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  • crucialbunny
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    Unfortunately pollen will travel miles and 50-60 feet isn't going to be much of a buffer. Seeded plants tend to mature sooner, so when you get cloudy trichomes you'll probably have to harvest. I've seen plenty of seeded plants produce decent smoke, so just enjoy what you get.

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    Sure look like seeded plant

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  • classtime
    started a topic Are these flowers pollinated?

    Are these flowers pollinated?

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ID:	577733 First time grower. I have two plants from seeds started in early May. 1 male and 1 female. I don’t know if there are seeds developing in these flowers. If there is, I should do what with the male. I had hoped to only pollinate a few flowers but maybe I’m too late. The plants are about 50-60 feet apart. Also, when should I harvest?
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