I ordered seeds from Attitude seed bank and got them within a frickin week!! Plus freebies. All 100% sprouted using the traditional soaking and paper towel method (from House of Seeds) http://www.greenhouseseeds.nl/shop/germination-instructions.html
First time poster. Thanks to all of posters for spreading the knowledge on how to grow the good herb!!
What should I do? Any suggestions much appreciated.
I guess I got lucky cause some are still did what they were supposed to. Seeds are damn expensive.
So far so good but got this whacked one sending it’s tail strait up in the air (see pics). Then found this that said I did it all wrong. http://www.amsterdammarijuanaseeds.info/how-to-position-sow-cannabis-seeds-in-soil.html
When this happens the shell usually falls off on its own as the seedling grows!
Most seedling plugs will go back into place easily, and you'll barely be able to tell it's been opened ?
12 hours after that, the leaves have completely emerged!
If you leave it alone, the seed will start to rise up, and open to reveal the seedling's cotyledons (first, round leaves)
When Should I NOT Do Surgery?
i soaked the seed & put it directly into the peat no paper towel germination
i would like to thank everyone for the help & suggestions . what i decided to do was cut away the mesh , wash away the peat ,this freed the seedling witch i then planted with the root pointed down. this process seemed nice & gentile to me..here,s some pics . sun
I’m no help. But something that stupid deserves to die and save the rest of the gene-pool.
She looks healthy, a little small but healthy.
You know what i found out by trail and error. I found out that separating the grass cuts from the lawn. and placing them in a little mount by the sun, that compost is execllent for Vegetation. once the grass starts turning into mush. mash. cant spell. mix it with water and add to the plants. its not strong so it wont hurt them but it works like great. Feed it to the plants once per week or once every two weeks and u will see the immense difference.
Take Care Sun