- Oct 4, 2015
I would proceed with the bag seeds. Just keep them seperate from fem seeds. At the end of your grow you can compare the two, plus you will have more plants to work with.Just a question for any growers, I bought a selection of fem and auto seeds, prior to them arriving I germinated a whole lot of good bag seed just to get back into the swing of things, all went well, perhaps too well as I have like 8 or 9 plants now. I don't mind the extra work, but here is my question:
All the seeds I bought are fem's, do I take the chance of having a potential male around them? Should I scrap the bag seed plants and just focus on the bought genetics. I don't know. Would be a shame to can these babies.
It's an outdoor / greenhouse grow btw.