It's quite possible but don't rush to negative conclusions. Remove the male plants immediately. (Tip: cover male or effected mother plants with a plastic bread bag or something similar to keep the pollen from the plants from spreading to the other plants. use a twist tie to seal the bag onto the trunk. Cover them, saw the trunk as low as possible with a jig saw and then remove gently and safely.) Keep a close watch on your mother plants to see if any signs of pollination appear. If you see male sacks developing on any mothers get rid of that particular plant as well. Just wait and watch brother.Question time I found 2 male plants in my mother's tent with burst sacks will that affect the other mother plants with them?