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Autoflower Tutankhamon Grew Seeds

MrG1979

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Ive recently harvested two feminized autoflowering tutankhamon plants by pyramid seeds and to my surprise ive come across 5 or 6 seeds from each plant so far after smoking about an ounce. Im just wondering if anyone had any experience with this? They were grown outdoors with 3 other photoperiods which are feminized also and the neighbor has a female plant growing as well. I dont think the plant was stressed, didnt show pollen sacs at all while growing either. Will these seeds harvested be feminized autoflowering also?
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TorturedSoul

Member of the Month: May 2009, Oct 2010, Sept 2017
Someone's plant produced opposite-sex flowers and the owner failed to detect/eradicate them in time. Or else there's a rogue male around there, I suppose.

Will these seeds harvested be feminized autoflowering also?
If it was a hermaphrodite, then the seeds will probably be as well. If it was a nominal female reacting to stress, then they'll be feminized - but they'll likely also produce opposite-sex flowers if subjected to the same level of stress as Mama (which might have been extreme... or not). If the pollination was due to a rogue male, than they'll just be normal cannabis seeds (IOW, could be either sex).

IF both parents (or the one, if it self-pollinated) were autoflowering plants, then yes. Otherwise, if only the one was, with a photoperiodic parent... then, no, they'll carry one autoflower gene (takes a pair, because it's recessive) but be photoperiodic. Two such plants, crossed together, will produce a mix of photoperiodic and autoflowering seeds, if you want to perform some incestuous breeding. See:
 

Farnheit

Active Member
I had many times seeds in buds that I bought from local dealers. Always wanted to get them planted when it was good high :D

so you say they produce opposite gender?
 
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