Is this because I trim and manipulate too much.This happened to me before . Is this uncommen ? MY BOY!!
@Rusty what a topic … Auto flower types stress more easily than photo. Trimming is one source of stress, so is lighting and temperatures/humidity. Now under normal circumstances these feminized seeds can go rogue for no reason that you did.
Never tried autos, only photos. Do I need to get it out of the room. I have put it in another box, but didn’t know if exhaust would move pollen around?
unless you want to pollenate your girls’ get this one out of there and dead…
That’s a handsome boy you have there.
I found pollen able to: after harvesting pollen miles off site, cutting a few stamens to a paper bag, shower and swap clothes. Then tying paper bag over isolated branch (all while tenting all inside a 1gallon zip lock) and removed 4 days later (all tented inside a 3 gallon hefty bag at removal). Produce 18 beast plants all seeded from head to toe thru 2 10’x18’ raised beds. Like every time. Listen to @retiredoldguy and kill them dead sealed in a bag if you have any sinsemilla going.
I have thrown males in compost bins and city pick up yard waste bins before. Only to stare in disbelief that that male I pulled out a week ago has managed to stand up as a raw cut off cutting and glisten the bin with a pollen malestorm.
Now if I want a male gone I throw him in the fireplace to cremate him. Then spread his ashes in the garden in a compost ceremony.
If you have a tickle to pollen chuck do dedicated seed runs. In my humble opinion the select branch pollination isn’t worth the risk unless you have pounds stored away. I start making my mini clones into seeds the day after I pull in the harvest. No fuck ups that way, and you don’t fuck anyone else’s crop downwind either. Karma ya know.