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Thanks for the quick reply.
So what to do with the probable male plant I have?
Well, it depends on what you want to do. You certainly can use it for breeding, but you won't be guaranteed feminized seeds, so some of the seeds produced from it will be male.
If you're not looking to breed it, I'd just toss it in the trash/compost.
Either way, you should separate it from any females ASAP so you can control (or prevent) any pollenation.
Sorry to hear about the loss of your acquaintances, Granny.
The pic below is from a lower node of one of the female branches of the half male/half female. By far it looks to have progressed the best. I'm seeing scattered seeds starting all over the female half, but mostly just 1 or two per bud. I'm guessing the tops were mostly too late to accept pollen, and some of the lower nodes were not that matured yet, and still ready to go. Needless to say, I'm now a happy camper, and have very high hopes. For reference, the strain is Strawberry Haze. The pic below was taken today, (day 48 of flowering). She was pollinated somewhere around day 40.
I'll keep you posted on how these babies develope.
Thanks for the advice guys. I will follow it, and just let them go and watch very closely. I have no doubt that I would not be at this point if not for all the prior photos and advice from Granny and everyone on this thread.
I am now totally with NotaDrinker on the importance of patience, and just waiting for your strain to do it's thing. After reading the time line on other strains, I had myself convinced that something had gone wrong. Every day I would pick sacs that I thought looked ready, but nothing. Then towards the end, I'd see pollen drop as I was moving my tweezers into position over the bud. In the end I probably had at least a thousand times more pollen than I needed.