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My Blueberry auto looks to have been pollinated: Are those seed pods or just chunky calyxes?

KittyLeMew

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My blue berry auto looks to have been pollinated. Are those seed pods or just chunky calyixes? Its nearing harvest time and i want to dry and cure this the right way with you alls help please . Is this a hermie plant? If so, I can still smoke it right ? Look at those trichomes. Ty
 

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Stunger

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Just my 2 cents.
As far as spotting seeded calyx in your photos, there are none visible in your pics that I can see.
However, another clue to the state of your flowers being seeded or not, is the pistils. To my mind, the pistils are too pristine for there to have been any pollination taken place, unless it occurred in, perhaps, the last 24 - 48 hours. If the pollination had occurred I would expect some of the pistils to be dying back having done their job. But as all the pistils appear so fresh, that even if the handful of dying off pistils were from pollination, it would have only have occurred very recently and therefore I feel it would be far too soon for any seeded calyx to have developed, let alone visible. Looking good!
 

Stunger

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Sorry, I was talking absolute rubbish in my last post, which is the trouble when trying to reply sensibly while testing some recently cured bud. :hookah: :idea:

My comments were from viewing the enlarged pic that Tomuk posted above, the detail of that particular pic is too indistinct for my eye and the pistils appear too fresh. But on opening up the original set of pics, I see there are plenty of browned off pistils and also what I would guess are seeded calyx, they just have that plump seeded look to them.
 

KittyLeMew

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Just my 2 cents.
As far as spotting seeded calyx in your photos, there are none visible in your pics that I can see.
However, another clue to the state of your flowers being seeded or not, is the pistils. To my mind, the pistils are too pristine for there to have been any pollination taken place, unless it occurred in, perhaps, the last 24 - 48 hours. If the pollination had occurred I would expect some of the pistils to be dying back having done their job. But as all the pistils appear so fresh, that even if the handful of dying off pistils were from pollination, it would have only have occurred very recently and therefore I feel it would be far too soon for any seeded calyx to have developed, let alone visible. Looking good!
Ty ^_^
 

Stunger

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That's good news (I am assuming you want seedless bud).
For those of us here in NZ, importing seeds can be difficult, so on my last couple of grows I selectively pollinated single colas to give myself some future seed stock. Next grow I'll experiment with trying to create feminized seeds using colloidal silver.
All the best for the rest of your grow, good stuff!
 

KittyLeMew

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My blue berry auto looks to have been pollinated. Are those seed pods or just chunky calyixes? Its nearing harvest time and i want to dry and cure this the right way with you alls help please . Is this a hermie plant? If so, I can still smoke it right ? Look at those trichomes. Ty
Update on my blueberry auto and this other plant I think is northern lights auto or auto amnesia haze. I cut down the top of my plant #2 cause it's so ready . It's kinda big! ^_^
 

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stoneotter

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Update on my blueberry auto and this other plant I think is northern lights auto or auto amnesia haze. I cut down the top of my plant #2 cause it's so ready . It's kinda big! ^_^
It does look juicy and delicious.
 
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