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Tri Nodal Male Solved

by RocketGroot about October 15 - report

Has anybody pollenated females with a tri nodal male?

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    ChAs420 0 points - October 15

    ive done it b4 and the triple node didnt re-occuer when i did it

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    SanBoisLee 13.514 points - October 15

    I'm not sure what you're talking about. Are you talking about a mutant or a breed?
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    • RocketGroot
      RocketGroot
      8 points -
      October 15

      It's one plant out of 450 seeds germinated that has tri nodes.

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    harley24 20.038 points - October 15

    I have never experienced a tri nodal plant of either sex. I have grown a lot of weed, so this must be a very, very rare thing that happens whenever. I do know you get clones sometimes they tend to have offset nodes. Are you sure your not talking about offset nodes instead of triple nodes? Why all the questions all of a sudden?  Peace

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    justme 6.421 points - October 15

    How about a picture of this mutant gene plant? I have seen a few but very few 3 nodal plants in all my many years of growing! Maybe 2 in 40+ years. They are rare! It is a deformity. It is like a person being born with 3 or 6 fingers. You might grow every seed you make from that plant's pollen and never have that gene show up again in the offspring. Good luck and happy growing my friend!!

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    • RocketGroot
      RocketGroot
      8 points -
      October 16

      What if the tri nodal male pollenates a tri nodal female?

    • RocketGroot
      RocketGroot
      8 points -
      October 16

      I'm saving the pollen rather than seeding my sog. It released a pollen sac up, but I took it out of the room to save the pollen. If what you say is true and the gene won't pass to a dual nodal. I am going to save it to pollenate a trinodal female. I m...  more

    • justme
      justme
      6.421 points -
      October 16

      You will need to find a tri-nodal female first! Yea, a weed strain dating website, lol That would go great with those plastic sex dolls that the spammer was trying to sell. lol Who knows what would happen then. It may never show up again in the genetics w...  more

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    Odin 2.983 points - October 16

    I am not a geneticist but would think they would be mixed. Not 100% one way or the other.

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    • SanBoisLee
      SanBoisLee
      13.514 points -
      October 16

      I'm not a geneticist either, but I'm studying to be a gynecologist.

    • justme
      justme
      6.421 points -
      October 16

      You crazy SBL!! lol I would have loved to be a gynecologist about 20 years ago! lol Well, something is wrong down there when they go to that visit.... I changed my mind!! lol

    • Odin
      Odin
      2.983 points -
      October 17

      I been studying that thing forever...finally figured it out when I was 50...now the damn thing dosen't want to have anything to do with me...lol

    • justme
      justme
      6.421 points -
      October 17

      I know exactly what you mean! lol

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