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  1. Hi Guys, I'm back again for more advice I'm currently growing 6 strains outdoors (in South Africa) in 50 L pots, including Sugar Punch (I'll post up a grow journal as soon as I get some nice pics of them ). The average plant height is about 1.5 m. The fuckup is that one of my Sugar Punches started flowering far earlier than expected---while I was on holiday---and while I still had a bunch of flowering males around (some amateur selection). She was pollinated, but thankfully rather early on, and only the preflower at each node was pollinated. Still, this means that each of her 20-odd branches have around 15 seeds developing, and judging by the early (very mild) P & K deficiencies she showed before a transplant, it's sapping a fair amount of her resources. My question is: will removing the developing seeds cause more harm than good i.e. cause her to throw male flowers? I've got a picture of a younger side branch below. Buds are still developing, but ~300 seeds is sure to be quite a drain... Opinions/experience?
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