does it mean that the genetics have hermie traits?
Absolutely. But bad news, stats based on 11 seeds is not enough to known what's going on.
To extrapolate a ten bag is a very bad thing than i firmly don't advise, but i will do it to explain only.
1 herm on 11 specimens, it's barely 10%. So in a perfect world (than don't exist), it's the minimal rate to consider a line as risky on every "ten bags". 5% being a safe QC red line to give you a ladder.
But without doing 10 more rounds, who known ... maybe it's the only one herm on 100 or 50 or 30, or maybe it's a little start than will become quickly exponential with each successive generations ... etc
Without pushing the things to silly extrems in speaking about a minimal amount of 1K seeds to discourage everyone to make theyr own seeds, i agree to say than a batch of 30-50 seeds is enough to start to get a decent pattern of a line. So three to five rounds with the same seeds generation if i consider than you can push ~11 seeds at a time.
I don't remember exactly the breeder who said that back in the days (more on 50), DJ short i think but not sure. I introduce myself the range 30-50 in the answer because it will depend mostly on the background of the strain in question, its inherent generation and its inherent quality.
Maybe some will cry about that maybe but you obviously need less seeds to draw the pattern of a good F1 or a good BX than with more risky projects (3way, risky cuts selfed or direct outcrosses, open pollination etc...).
But herm is for a part a trait like all others (potency, yield, flowering time ...). This single herm can be considered in many way without further investigations :
- 1 mutation on 11 rockstable specimens
- 1 "declaration" on 11 latent herms
- 1 "declaration" on 5 latent herms and 5 rocktable specimens
- etc ...
Conclusion : overgrow your space two more generations with it ( a good half year in a row if you don't like to track what you do), then you will exactly known what is going on and what to do.