I had three female plants. On one plant, at the end of flowering, one tiny bud had a few male flowers. I collected the pollen from them. If I use it, will the resulting plants be female or hermaphroditic?
There is a good chance that the few male flowers have all-female pollen. The resulting plants should all be female. Male flowers appear at the end of flowering on unpollinated plants of some varieties. I have noticed that this pollen produces plants with a very high proportion of females.
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