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Example of a “Banana” or “Nanner” growing among cannabis buds

It’s possible that the pollen is sterile, and won’t pollinate bud successfully… but don’t rely on that happening!

A grower who watches very closely can carefully pluck all bananas, especially if you only see them right near harvest time. At that point, any seeds wouldn’t have a lot of time to develop anyway. But plucking bananas is unlikely to be successful the earlier you see them. If you’re already seeing bananas early in the flowering stage, I highly recommend tossing the plant as it will only get worse, and the seeds will steal energy from the buds throughout the flowering stage.


What type of stress can trigger bananas to form on cannabis buds?

Brown pistils/hairs next to the bananas on otherwise white buds have already been pollinated. Don’t wait to toss this plant!