Can a Hermie pollinate a female plant?
ok-- males do not hermie---
IF a plant gets male buds 1st then hairs-- it is a genetic hermie-- and will produce hermie seeds. Male plants/buds are produced earlier/faster than female calyx's-- so they are more noticeable 1st.
IF a plant starts out as a female and after beginning to bud THEN gets male buds, she is a Hermie caused by somehting in the em=nviroment that stressed it (lights during dark period, low nutes, fluctuating ph, uneven watering schedule)
OFTEN-- these male buds are deep inside the female bud and isn't visible until after harvesting--then you find the dried OPEN flowers, along with seeds.
These seeds are often decent.. but some folks feel are of inferior genetics and prone to stress easily.
And YES-- Hermies (both Genetic and Stress-induced) produce pollen just like males, so WILL pollinate any female in the same room.
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