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Feminized seeds Solved

by Lexstar about September 12 - report

Newb question. How do you determine if a seed is female or male? How do the seed banks do it?
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    MissFe 0 points - September 12

    It’s not determining, it’s creating. The process they (personal and commercial) use to create the seeds, makes them feminized. There’s no way to look at a random seed and determine if it’s male or female.
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    • Lexstar
      Lexstar
      636 points -
      September 12

      Is it a complicated process? Can home growers do the same thing?

    • Texasbob
      Texasbob
      4.684 points -
      September 12

      Good answer

    • MissFe
      MissFe
      826 points -
      September 12

      Lexstar I’m not sure what all goes into creating fem seeds, breeding or cross breeding. There are others here that have plentiful knowledge on the subject and I’m sure GWE has instructions somewhere :)

    • Lexstar
      Lexstar
      636 points -
      September 12

      Yes it is a very good answer. Thank you MissFe I never knew that.

  • 7.014

    ChAs420 7.014 points - September 12

    heres a link to read up on it...several members here and myself make a lot of our fem seeds and cross breed too

    How To Make Fem Seeds

    some folks do the whole plant and some just do a limb or two on a plant..GL and have fun if you get to it

    • Score: 0
    • Lexstar
      Lexstar
      636 points -
      September 12

      Great link. ThxChAs420

  • 15.648

    pipeman69 15.648 points - September 12

    Yeah man sbl is the man! He can take 1 plant and pollinate several branches with different pollen and create several crosses at the same time, same plant.That shit is boss!
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    • pipeman69
      pipeman69
      15.648 points -
      September 12

      Just like anything else, takes time and practice!

    • ChAs420
      ChAs420
      7.014 points -
      September 12

      i do that too a lotta times..pollinate multi limbs with diff strains at same time..thats how i get so many diff strains from one grow..to add to my seed collection..haha

    • SanBoisLee
      SanBoisLee
      11.979 points -
      September 12

      Hey Chas, Pipes has got Eleven Spartans guarding his stash now, lol! Gotta be some good shit!

    • ChAs420
      ChAs420
      7.014 points -
      September 12

      @SBL yeah i noit..lol..im gonna try a few them this winter after the ferst of the year

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    SanBoisLee 11.979 points - September 12

    Good answers already but just to add, the female pollen vs the male pollen is the key. Male pollen, like regular in the wild, produces both but you don't know which is which until you plant them and grow them. Sadly, we are losing a lot of our ability to cross-breed because regular seeds are no longer available on many strains.

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  • 636

    Lexstar 636 points - September 12

    Thank you all for the information. Excellent answers all. Way beyond my current abilities.
    • Score: 0
    • RbtAsq
      RbtAsq
      1.700 points -
      September 12

      It isn't difficult, you just have to be careful that what you want to do to one branch, doesn't get done to the whole plant.
      Be careful of overspray, when treating with Colloidal Silver.
      Be careful of male pollen, once male flowers are present.

  • 5.676

    SubterraneanHomesickBooze 5.676 points - September 12

    i dont think im ever going to do any breeding but great information. Thanks for the post!

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  • 1.514

    Screwstick 1.514 points - September 12

    Making seeds is easy, making seeds only on the buds you want to is a little more challenging but not hard either. In the past I used a paper plate with a cut to slide over the branch and mask the bud I wanted to make pollen. I did the same when I pollinated a bud. Just make sure you turn the fans off and leave them off for half a day or so or more the plants you’re pollinating out of the area for a while. I didn’t take those precautions this grow and I will have more seeds than I wanted
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    justme 4.462 points - September 12

    I use to gorilla grow and I breed my seeds for the next years grow every year. I made feminized occasionally from certain plants that I wasn't gonna be visiting from the time I planted them until harvest time but most of the time I would just plant a handful of regular seeds in a spot far away from my grows and just breed regular (female and male) seeds their every year. Then I would just pull the males as they showed male flowers. We would occationally take a male plant and wave it over our almost mature crops to add the little white immature seeds for weight also. I know that wasn't very nice but we were after as much weight as we could get from them back then!

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    • Screwstick
      Screwstick
      1.514 points -
      September 12

      So you messed with your customers as well as your competitors. And you were worried about my little not so sterile plants. Shame, shame, shame. Lol

    • justme
      justme
      4.462 points -
      September 12

      I was young, dumb, and full of cum! lol

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    harley24 19.276 points - September 12

    I really don't have anything to add to these answers, but i do agree that female seeds are created. I have done this using colloidal silver, but i just as soon buy my female seeds and not have to go through the trouble of making them.  Peace

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