We found some seeds in our auto fem Tut crop - Can someone explain why?

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Hi all,

Hubby and I grow in a tent, in our garage. We grew our crop from auto flowering feminized seeds. At no time were there any male plants in the tent. But we found a few seeds in one of our plants. Can anyone tell me how this happened and if not they will be good enough to grow.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Puff puff pass.
 

The Germinator

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We found some seeds in our auto fem Tut crop... can someone explain why?

It hermaphrodited and pollinated itself.
Yup. Happened to me last year. I only found one little pollen sac on the whole female plant. If I hadn't seen it I would have been wondering how also.
On a good note possibly those seeds should be female and possibly autos too.
 
Hermaphroditism can be caused from plant stress. But the seeds a hermaphrodite plant produces carry the traits. So if you grow them you'll likely have the same issue
 

daTenshi

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I never thew out random seeds I get, they are always welcomed :cheer: If the seeds are viable (not green) you can wait a few weeks (a month to be safe) and germinate them.:Namaste:
 

The Germinator

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Hermaphroditism can be caused from plant stress. But the seeds a hermaphrodite plant produces carry the traits. So if you grow them you'll likely have the same issue
Not always it Depends. First it 100 % normal for a plant to throw nanners in the end. It's survival instinct. There's two kinds of hermies.