I CHOPPED THE TESTICLES!

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Hey everyone, how ambiguous is that title? True however! My mate from the UK recently visited me, he was so keen to see all my Cannabis plants as I have sent him many pics over the months. They are well over 7 foot tall now. Upon inspection he said 'Craig OH NO' this is either a fertilized/pollinated female, or a male??

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I have previously made posts distinguishing between males and females so to be totally honest I thought I knew, however this little conundrum arose and changed all of that??

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Originally this plant had little white hairs and no balls as per all females, months went past little white hairs only and then this happened??

Before I chopped the bugger there where three and this is what it looked like...

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I was 'IN SHOCK' now what? Well chop the 'sucka' and sadly that is what I did after months of nurturing him! LOL

It is never fun getting rid of the males as they really do render such valuable Air to our environment among many other benefits, this plant however was also looking a little yellow and dreary so ultimately it was a good decision all round I feel!

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The 'After pics' and then there were 2!

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Anybody that could finally clear this up for me once and for good would be much appreciated, did I make a good decision and was it truly a male?

Free the Weed, I trust you have a most incredible Sunday!

Cheer$;)



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I think I missed something? Why do you not want male plants, don't you need them to pollinate? I know a few men who's balls I can chop off so understand your decision, but just asking hahaha

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well most people grow cannabis to achieve sinsemila, "seedless". When a female does not get pollinated it has more energy to produce trichomes. Within the trichomes contains all the cannabaniods, like THC, CBD. But when a female gets pollinated, it uses most of its energy to produce seeds.

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O ok that makes sense - then you go on and chop them off haha.

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Its hard to tell from the pics, but it does look like you have a hermaphadite. This is quite common. IF this is the case, i would not use none of the seeds produced.

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Damn thank for that bruv, The 'dreaded hermie' I chopped him, right move? Cheer$;)

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oh yeah very right. !BEER Make sure you put it in an airtight bag, cause that pollen will remain active for some time

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