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Germinate Marijuana Seeds

How to germinate marijuana seeds

Whilst it is possible to germinate cannabis seeds found in street weed, it is far more effective to select the best marijuana seeds that you can afford. There are many reputable sources to buy seeds from, particularly from the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

Buying your seeds is the one time you should push your budget to the limit. We can recommend using SeedsMan or HerbiesHeadShop they have been supplying quality brand name Dutch seeds for over a decade now, discreetly posted. For less brand name and lower prices you might want to try Marijuana Seeds they have a reputation for high quality and worldwide delivery. We also like relying on Midweek song, Bonza are great for their customer service and The Vault deliver on price, free seeds and deliver worldwide too.

 

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Marijuana Seed GerminationThere are well over 2,000 unique marijuana strains out there and you need to pick the right type for your grow room and kind of crop you want. Do you want Indica, Sativa or a hybrid of both, indoor for hydroponics or outdoor growing, what height do you want?

When you pick a seed to germinate you need to know what that seed will produce. There are feminized seeds which are made to strict standards, chemically treated with at least 95% of them becoming female. There are also autoflowering seeds which will grow to a certain height and then automatically start flowering (budding) with no change of light timing required, you can also get autoflowering / feminized seeds. In addition you should think about what final product you are aiming for, is it more Indica smoke; normally a stronger more body stone within smaller, stocky plants or a Sativa which are known to be larger more stringy plants with a higher THC content for a more ‘speedier’ high. We also suggest checking out Haze, White and Blue seed stains.

Good and bad seeds – Green or whitish marijuana seeds are usually immature and not ready to sprout. Fresh seeds look waxy, glimmer and have hard, intact shells but do range in color. If your seeds are nearly black or very dark brown then they might be too old and might not germinate well either, these can usually be crushed easily in your hand and turn to dust.

Clones – Clones were never seeds, they are taken from existing plants and if you are able to obtain a clone off a friend then this might be the best way to get started but you WILL get the exact same plant they got, so no fun surprises on quality or taste. Although that plant can be guaranteed a female if you cloned a female. We discuss marijuana cloning in more depth here.

There are many different ways to germinate a cannabis seed so we have outlined a number of the best ways here.

Germination is simply the act of getting a seed in the dormant state to sprout. After you have bought some quality, fresh weed seeds there are three main conditions required to ‘awaken’ the seed:

  1. Darkness
  2. Moisture
  3. Warmth

Light is not required and may slow or hamper the speed of germination. There are many methods for supplying these requirements and in this article we shall examine several of them.

Paper towel method of marijuana seed germination

This popular method requires a paper towel (or paper napkin or tissue paper) cut in half with each half folded in half. Place one half on a small dish and moisten. Both halves of the paper towel should be damp, but not dripping wet. If you have over-watered, be sure to squeeze out any extra moisture.

Place your seeds on the towel and allow roughly ½” of space between them so that the roots do not get tangled. Cover with the other half of the paper towel making sure it is in contact with the seeds.

Finally, place an inverted dish of the same size and type as the bottom dish on the top. This is to keep the marijuana seeds in the dark and the humidity high.

Step 1: Get a thick kitchen-style paper towel and wet it thoroughly. Make sure it isn’t dripping though;

Step 2: Place the blunt end of the seed onto the towel and leave it making sure it does not get any direct sunlight. You don’t have to cover the first piece of towel with another piece;

Step 3: Keep the seeds at about 70°F to 85°F (21°C – 29.4°C) like at the top of the refrigerator (a warm zone). Make sure the towel never dries out or you will kill the seeds;

  • Check them twice a day until you see the seed case split and the emergence of a tiny root at the bottom and a white shoot at the top
  • Usually all viable seeds will have opened within 48 hours
  • Be very careful handling them at this point. They are very fragile
  • Once you can see the root and shoot, plant the seeds on their sides in the growing medium of your choice.
  • Make a small hole ready for them rather than forcing them in with your fingers. Plant them about half an inch (1.25cm) deep, cover them gently with the growing medium and give them water, but not too much.

Check every 24 hours – Most seeds will ‘crack’ (break the outer hull) in 1 to 7 days. Once the tap root is ¼” to ½” long the seeds will be carefully transferred to your growing medium. The seedlings are quite fragile at this stage and must be treated with great care so as to avoid damaging the tap root.
48 – 72 hours – The first small root tip which is known as a radical will form as the water is absorbed into the seed;
10 – 14 days – You start to see the first roots appear;
21 – 30 days – The best seeds are rooted by this stage and any that are not will grow slowly and poorly and are probably not the best to keep.

Sowing your marijuana seeds

Paper Towel GerminationThis is the act of simply throwing a large number of marijuana seeds on fertile ground and sometimes covering with a light layer of soil; sometimes not. This is quick and easy and fine if you have a large area and a huge supply of seeds. The main drawback is a huge failure rate. If you are paying a premium for quality genetics, then you want to get a near 100% germination rate to get full value for your money.

The main benefit to this method is that it avoids the possible damage to the taproot when transplanting the seedling into the medium.  Also of note, is that the seed must expend its finite amount of energy in properly orienting itself in an up/down position. This is called gravitropism. When planted in soil, it only does this once and conserves energy.

Many growers like to soak their seeds in plain tap water for 12 hours before planting. This is useful for two reasons:

  1. Viable seeds tend to sink and non-viable seeds tend to float.
  2. The pre-soaking softens the outer hull and makes germination easier.

It is not mandatory, but some horticulturists prefer to sterilize their soil before germinating. This is done mainly to kill insect larvae, fungus, worms, bacteria and other pathogens that may harm your plants. You can use your convection oven for small amounts at 200F (93°C) for 30 minutes, a microwave on high for two minutes or can place the soils outside on a plastic tarp, rake the soil thin and let bake in the sun for 10 days.

Prepare your soil and water well, but do not soak. We do not want mud. Use a pencil eraser and make a hole about ¼” deep. Drop in the seed and cover with soil. Tamp lightly and give it a fine mist twice a day until the sprout appears. There is no need to cover your container as the presoaking gives the seed enough moisture to stimulate germination. However, if you choose to skip the pre-soak method, then you will need to cover your container to keep the humidity high.  Clear plastic wrap works well for this.

Soilless mixes for marijuana seed germination

These include coco coir (shredded coconut husk fibers), perlite, vermiculite, peat and assorted mixes of these four, and all act similarly to soil. Even though soilless mixes do not contain any plant nutrients, they are not necessary nor recommended as the seedlings live off nutrients stored in the seed for a week or so.
Perlite & VermiculiteGravel pebbles hold hardly any moisture and are not recommend for germination.

Hydroton (expanded clay pellets) are in between gravel and coco coir and perlite for holding moisture and are also not recommended for germination, though it may be possible.

Hydroton

Tip – Scratching the hulls

We kind of view this as unnecessary, but have added it in because many people swear by it. The theory is that by weakening the tough hull, it makes it easier for the tender seed to emerge. Some gardeners use a nail file to put a small nick in the marijuana seed; others use sandpaper to thin and scratch the hull.

Peat pellets or Jiffy pots and Rapid rooters

These can be found at most garden centers in home improvement or large department stores such as Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart, etc. These are thin wafers filled with peat (Jiffy Pots) or composted bark (Rapid Rooter) and a fabric outer layer that plump up considerable when wet and only cost about 10 cents apiece when bought in bulk though most are sold with a plastic humidity dome. From experience, these are the most foolproof method we have yet to use and have a high success rate. Simply wet the wafer and after it expands, push the marijuana seed in the center just until it is no longer visible. Then place the pot in the humidity dome and wait.  Several days after the sprout appears, put the peat pot in the medium of your choice. Success can be high with this method.

Peat PotsRockwool cubes used for germination

Rockwool is made out of spun melted rock or mineral fibers. They hold moisture quite easily and may be used in the same manner as peat pellets. Because they are slower to dry out, a humidity dome is usually not required.

Starting the seed off in Rockwool is an excellent method of germinating marijuana seeds especially if you are going to use hydroponics for growing. One of the best characteristics of Rockwool is it contains a lot of air and is generally a nice start to your seeds life. Try and use 1 inch X 1 inch cubes, soak the cubes with water then squeeze a little excess water out, place the seeds (sideways) into a small hole in the top, pinch the hole together or cover with more Rockwool, then place the Rockwool cubes in a tray container.

You can fill the container with water later on and the Rockwool will suck it up using capillary action. Try and use good quality spring water, it can be the cheap stuff, or rain but it is better than water from the faucet which might be outside the pH required by marijuana.

Place the tray in a warm dark spot to germinate. After a day or so you will see the seeds crack open and the roots take hold in the medium. You can then transplant the entire Rockwool cube over to the main hydroponic system.

Rockwool

How to look after marijuana seedlings

Your marijuana plant will start to grow very quickly after germination. It is very fragile when it is small and sometime growers put a humidity dome over the top of them which protects and keeps them warmer but make sure there are holes drilled into the dome so that some air can make it in. Keep the seedlings away from draughts and use a very diluted nutrient mix when watering. Pot it up to a bigger pot once it has established itself and filled the pot or container you started it in.

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There is an amazing choice of retailers to buy cannabis seeds online. We have found the following businesses have done right by us and you guys for years, some of them for decades. We recommend them because they are # honest # send fresh seeds # deliver worldwide # deliver discreetly.

  1. SeedsMan – Feminized, autos, brand name breeders, worldwide delivery and 20% off for Bitcoin, bank transfer and cash.
  2. HerbiesHeadShop – One of the biggest retailer on earth, they have a stack of staff, get pricing, service and delivery fresh and guaranteed.
  3. Marijuana Seeds – An original retailer online we have dealt with for over a decade. They are sellers of high quality white label seeds instead of brand name breeders.
  4. Midweek song – UK to the world, fresh and discreet. Get your autos, fems or pick and mix seeds at the best price.
  5. Bonza – High Yield seed specialist, lots of competitions and freebies.
  6. The Vault – Offer free seeds, solid pricing, world wide deliver and excellent customer service.

Final notes on marijuana seed germination:

No matter which method you use, the temperature requirement is the same. Optimal is about 75º to 80ºF (24º C to 26.8ºC). Going above 90º F (32.2º C) can damage the seedling. Seedlings may still germinate as low as 65º F (18.3º C), but will take longer.

Germinating marijuana seeds is quite easy, so why do people struggle so? Too wet, too cool and too much handling are the main culprits. Many growers swear by the use of distilled or RO (reverse osmosis) filtered water. We have just about the hardest tap water in the USA, yet never have any problems. Use purified water if it makes you feel better, but personally we see no need to.

If you are or want to be a serious grower, keep different weed strains separate from each other. Be sure to label your seeds with which strain and date before you start germination.

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67 thoughts on “Germinate Marijuana Seeds

  1. how to germinate seeds?i tried soaking them and i planted then in a cup three days and nothing happened. what to do please help

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  2. Hi, one thing that is not clear to me is when to sow the seedlings.

    Are the seedlings on the picture of the paper towel method ready to be sowed? Or should their roots be more developed?

    Another matter that I am having trouble to figure out is when to start the veg stage. Once I have sowed the seedlings, how developed should the plant be before I expose it to 18-20h cycle of blue light?

    Thank you for the explanations, you guys have been extremely helpful!

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  3. I’m new to growing, and need some advice on the soil and light i’m using right now..
    I live in a cold-ish area, so would indoor growing be best, and if I can’t afford growing lights will regular lights work okay?

    I didn’t buy the seeds. I have 2 that look like they’re able to grow. I soaked them in mineral water for about a day (I’ve heard that’s the best thing to use?) then after I soaked them, I cracked one open a tinyyy bit, and left the other one closed, (It said making the seed shell weaker will make the seed sprout faster)
    After that I planted them in potting mix. I wasn’t sure what kind of soil they’d do best in, the soil i’m using is a little bit chunky, I don’t know if that was the best soil to use? I watered them so they’re damp, but not too cold. I’ve put them under a light for about 8 hours, but I’ve been trying to get them enough heat without too much light until they actually start sprouting, what do I do with the lighting and everything before they sprout? Do I just try and keep them warm without light or do I put them under a light for a few hours, then move them to a darker place for a few hours?
    Please help me out on this xD

    Happy smoking (:

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  4. I have my seedling in dirt/peat moss little containers, and they are growing But not other leaves are appearing yet. One stem is almost 5 inches tall but no other leaves but on the top. When will other leaves begin to appear?
    And if they don’t dry out is that OK—I live in a very dry environment so do spray them during the day–still inside, but I only spray them once a day but give them 304 Tablespoons of water each morning—is that too much?

    Thank you in advance!

    Ps. Please send me a direct response!

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  5. Hello guys

    Thx a lot for this amazing website.
    I grow for the first time this year, and i have 8 germinations on 10 seeds, sowed friday. Pretty fast!

    I heard i will have to wait 90 days before getting mature flowering plants.

    My question is the following:

    90 days from here will bring me in july or so, and the weather will still be hot.

    It is possible to have ‘flowers’ even if the temps stay hight?
    Do i make a misstake by sowing my seeds so early?

    Thanks!

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    • Can you plant seeds directly in potting soil or do you have to place on a wet paper towel??

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  6. I live in Redding Ca. When my seeds germinated and grew to about 3 in I decided to put them outside. The temp. was about 80 degrees. There were a set of leaves under the seed leaves. These plants were covered with plastic dome. They were planted in Red plastic cups. At the end of the day, about 8 hours later, all these beautiful healthy plants burned to a crisp and I could not bring them back. I had to pull them and through them away. Does anyone out there know what happened? Did the cups become too hot and burn the roots or did the leaves get too hot? How old or big should the plant get before you can acclimate it to the outside? I would appreciate some help. Please contact me at my email address. Thanks, Jim.

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    • Hey Jim. Sounds like your plants just fried in the sun. The plastic dome and full sunlight is too strong for young plants that are fragile. Remember with weed – less is more.
      If you find yourself in the same situation again, with 80 degree weather, put your young plants outside in a semi shaded position to let them get used to it. Wait until there are a few sets of leaves and the plant is big and robust before putting it straight under your strong Californian sun.

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      • Yes it is… It will take around 70 days for them to finish once they start flowering. It should be pretty cool by then…

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    • Yes Billy. If they have show their faces they will need some light. No need for strong and harsh artificial lights yet though, just leave them on a window ledge or something. If this is not possible and you only have your grow room, back off with the light and have it raised high above the plants until they have developed some proper leaves.

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  7. hey im growing some fem autos and im not really sure whitch method to use to germinate or how to do it any info will help ……thanks

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    • Hi Bubba. It’s hard to beat the old paper towel method. Take a couple sheets of kitchen roll and fold them a couple of times to make them thick. Dampen one and lay it onto a saucer. Lay the seeds onto the damp paper. Now dampen the other sheet and lay it on top. Place another saucer on top so it makes a saucer/paper/seed sandwich. Place the lot in a dark warm space. Keep checking on them. Your seeds should have sprouted after 2 -3 days. The process sometimes works a bit quicker if you drop the seeds to soak in a glass of water for 12 – 24 hours before doing this.

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  8. I’ve got some buds in a bag. Not sure how many seeds are in there…
    Think it would grow if I put it in a bag with wet towletts like all these other guys did?!

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  9. i placed 22 seeds in a wet paper towel, put them in my dresser drawer(a dark place) and kept them watered!! 2 days later i had 8 germinated seeds. by the next day i had a total of 12. some had long roots i think they are…about 1/2 inch. what should i do now to get the to grow? just put them in dirt from outside or some form of potting soil…??? this is my first time and im confused and looking for anwsers or help….

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    • Dr. Samantha Indica

      outside soil is filled with (natural) bacteria and microorganisms , etc .. the stuff that keeps the system balanced ” outdoors ” .. so I personally would opt for potting soil ( best without nutriments added , i guess )

      GOOD LUCK ! :)

      Jah Love <3

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  10. i used two paper towels and a zip lock baggie. I took 1 paper towel and put seeds on it. i than watered them with spray bottle of warm water and layed a paper towel over them for moisture . I than wet the towels again and gently place in zip lock baggie. Take zip lock bag with seeds carefully to a dresser drawer and cover them with a shirt .. Key is darkness and moisture will set them on there path to greatness. also best results to start seedlings. keep in light for four hours in bag and 8 in darkness

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  11. i wanna start growing indoors in Texas but I need lots of help and advice thanks!:)

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  12. No It’s not legal to grow in Delaware. They are even talking about revoking the MI bud law they passed.
    As MI but is only a state law regulated by each state. MI bud or growing are not legal by way of federal laws if they think its getting out of hand they can prosecute. Got to love the government. But hell yea do it anyway!!

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  13. Placed 2 seeds in a moist paper towel 3 days ago, no sign of germination. Are they dead or should I wait longer? They looked a bit whitish at the bottom when I put them in but now they’re an even-looking brown/greenish color. Appreciate the help.

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  14. Hey Caz
    They should be fine to put outside. Be careful not to shock them with a sudden temperature change. Put them outdoors on a good sunny day. If you have cold evenings where you live try putting them outside during the day and bringing them back in at night for a few days, just to acclimatise them.
    You’ll get an idea for how much water through experience, this changes as the plants grow. Water them until the water starts to run through the drainage holes. Then wait until the top 2-3 inches of soil is dried out before doing it again.
    Have fun with it, there’s nothing more satisfying than getting stoned off home grown weed ;-)

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    • I agree with John Edward. Growing your own weed is very rewarding and fun. It also has a huge calming effect. I do not see anything wrong with growing home grown weed for personal use. It is way safer than booze.

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  15. By now, you should already see a little stem coming out (2-3-4cm)
    Have fun!

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  16. hey its my first time growing and ive got a few questions:
    1.ive germinated my seeds and ive planted them into little pots and they are now in a a little hydro, would it be okay to plant them outside after about 1month and a half?
    2. how often should i water them, how many times a day?

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  17. How long does it pop up out the ground after the paper towel thing they out had roots so i planted them yesterday how long do i wait

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  18. HELLO -HEY GET SOME CLONES OR SEEDS AND PLANT RIGHT NOW-LET THEM GROW-COME SEPT-COVER WITH A BAG FOR 3 DAYS ADN THEN LET THEM HAVE ONLY -10 HRS ADAY FOR AS LONG AS YOU WANT TO. DROP TO 8 HRS AT THE END FOR 3 WEEKS AND TRHEN HARVEST THE PLANT-THE LAST 3 WEEK THE PLANT WILL PUMP ITS GOOD OUT AND AFTER 3 WEEK YOU WILL HAVE SOME GREAT POT-DONT PULL OFF SUCKERS LEAVE THEM ON-GOOD LUCK BRO–USE WORM CASTINGS AS SOIL-MIXED WITH MIRACLE GROW AND SAND-MAKE SURE YOUR HANDS ARE SANITIZED SEE YA IN THE SMOKE WORLD STEAMER SAN DIEGO

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  19. bud is the best

    after germanation can i plant directly outside if i water more than normal or what should i do i cant keep them inside but i am going to germanate inside just till the root breaks the seed. can someone with experience help please

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  20. I’m completely new to growing, and I have now put some seeds in a damp paper towel.
    Looking forward to actually having my own plants and hoping that it’s some stinky plant.

    Just a few questions though –
    1. Is it ok to use yogurt pot like pots to plant in?
    2. Would I need to transfer them to a bigger pot after a certain amount of time?
    3. After the tiny root and White shoot has started to show, and you have planted them, is there a certain amount of time before I apply a heat lamp?

    Thanks to everyone who has created this site, and to all the users providing help :)
    Happy smokin!

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  21. After numerous injuries I decided to grow myself. I bought some seeds and did the plate method with 5 seeds. They all germinated! I have them in cups now in seedling soil. I am a newbie but I already feel as if I succeeded. I can’t wait to partake. One of the anti-inflamatories says it could damage my heart and straight up kill me. So when these babies are ready I am done with chemicals. Thanks for the information.

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  22. im pretty sure you cant grow in de. im in sussex county and i just planted some seeds in my backyard tho. legal? no. do it anyway? definately lol

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  23. I found one small black seed in my gear and hydrated it and a little root has appeared i have just planted it so now what??? where do i put my little baby what do i fed it??? newbie lol

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  24. I put three seeds to a wet napkin and in a zip lock bag. They are growing great and almost ready to plant. I just need to know, how many seeds to I put in one hole?

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  25. Yes, you have to be concerned with wild life, especially deer and rabbits. To help keep them away from your plants, spread mothballs around the outer perimmiter of your growing area. The animals do not like the smell of the mothballs and will stay away from your plants.

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  26. How much water should i give it and how many times a day cuz i dont want my sprouting angels to die now

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  27. "Grow Weed Wild Everywhere"

    The weed lovers of the world could start a weed seed chain letter, sending seeds and clones to everyone they knew who wanted to exchange and grow the fine herb. Thus eventually weed would be everywhere and free!

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  28. Live in oklahoma here. I’m a hydroponic grower. Just transplanted me 6 inch seedlings into the hydro system. Can’t wait to see them grow. Hydro is the best way to go.

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  29. Hi I popped 3 seeds on a plate like I saw on youtube holes in the bag put a little water in there and one of them. My fav seed shed it’s shell but then the root and the two little leaves were exposed and broke in half. I put the leaves back together in place the stem is missing though been chewed up by the water. I put it in the compost will it survive and fix it’s self or should I buy another seed?

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  30. I live out in the country in East Texas. I want to grow where my nearby family won’t notice the plants but this only leaves me with the woodline at the back of my property. I see deer back there from time to time… do I have to worry about them eating my plants? If so is there anyway to keep them away?

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  31. Kansascityboy816

    For the guy that lives in tx man all u got to do os dig up like 3 to 4 feet in to the ground and put poting soil on it anf keep watering it

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  32. hey everyone,

    I havent done this before and about 4 hrs ago i planted it straight into a cardboard egg carton with organic compost i have made myself… I live in Australia so its pretty bloody hot here at the moment… have i ruined them? i planted twelve hoping at least one will work… have i completely ruined it?

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  33. I Got A Red Hair Kush Seed From My Cousins Friend Which He Got From A Guy In The Mafia (His Neighbor) And I Germinated It For 2 Days And It Just Sprouted, It’s Some Of That Bud That Gets You Faded But You Know What You’re Doing.

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  34. hi all what watt light dose anyone use when the seed have not yet broken ground. me soil is drying up too fast i think????

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    • I’m on my way to Morocco! I had no idea that Morocco is weed kingdom. That is good to know for vacationing.

      I’m doing my first germination. Started 2.5 days ago for an indoor grow. Doing the “Soak in Filtered Water” method. Lots of them are sinking, and that’s a good thing. I’ll be on my way to the store to get some potting soil later today.

      Have a great vaporday!

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  35. I got mine from this cannabis seeds shop and just kept them from drying out – they were ready to plant within 36 hours and popped their heads above the soil I used 2 days after that.

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  36. easy mate i dunno if im suppoesd to b asking questions but anyway ,how often do u water your seeds while they are still in a small cup ?????

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  37. I just placed my seeds on a soaked paper napkin, ziplock bagged them and taped it to the window. They sprouted in like 3 days. Lol they’re in separate pots outside right now.

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  38. Any info on where i can find cheap,top noch,teens,or even clones in SE Michigan??My name is angela, I’m a legal mmp cardholder.I’m wanting to become a caregiver also asap!!My 2 very close friends are in desprerate need of a caregiver with thee best quailty of meds possible!!!AT affordable prices,as well as meds avaliable around the clock!!!

    I’f anyone can help me help my best friends in anyway i’m open for any, and all questions,and suggestions!!!
    thanks angela

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  39. I grew some in pots outside and they did great. But make sure to water them twice a day if in pots. The heat won’t hurt them a bit as long as you keep them watered. Put your finger in to your second knuckle and if you feel moisture, it’s fine.

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  40. I live in tx and want to grow some in my back yard. Anyone have experience with outdoor growing in tx type weather? Any advice. And don’t bust my bubble people…stay positive:)

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