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I think you might be talking about the calyx, which is the main part of the female flower. When ripe, the calyx will swell up, and look as if a seed is growing inside. That is actually a good indicator of bud ripeness.
Its not actually a false seed pod per say.
Its an old term for a swollen calyx/pod that is so swollen that it appears to contain a seed but does not actually contain anything except resin.
I understand its a false pregnantcy, or thats what ive read.
my question is why and how to prevent it.
thanks for any help
Hers some text that probably explains it a lot better than i do and in more detail.
any info on this subject would be great.
Wow that’s some dank looking bud, bro. :aok: Just another note on botrytis that I don’t know if I thought to mention to Pencilhead when he was having issues with his fat lollipopped buds. PH mentioned that they really lapped up the water. I can’t quite remember but I’m guessing the PencilHead was in hydro? I’ve noticed that when I grow in soil that I started to get bud rot issues when I was ‘flushing’ my plants the last week to two weeks before harvest and that pouring copious amounts of water and giving them the same total soaking that I had been doing with waterings and nute applications during my grow was only contributing to the Botrytis issues in my grow.
One thing I have learned over the last year is to stop cheating up when pouring nutes. I’ve got the American syndrome: if a little is good, then overdoing it totally is better. Not. Before I starrted reading suggestions on bottles and following them, I pretty much killed everything I touched.
If they look white they are not pollinated.
Is Ice fert-sensitive in your experience with it?
Happy Holiday Harvesting!
btw CR287, very nice ice.
No, DOS, I’m in FF OC. But I keep a running log of when and what I feed, so I’ve got a few grows under my belt to compare it to. But the over-watering is somthing to factor in. I’m pretty brutal with that though–I wanna see them droopy and sad before I act as well as feeling light as a feather.