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Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by McLovin, Nov 5, 2017.

  1. McLovin

    McLovin Free Old Hippie

  2. James Marsden

    James Marsden Well-Known Member

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  3. Aldo

    Aldo Member

    Hey I just started my germination process. I’m like roughly 15 hours in. The method I used was I placed the seeds in rapid rooters, watered the plugs till it was soaked. Then placed it in a plastic tray with another tray covering it. Then placed it in a warm area. I used regular tap water without leaving it over night to take out the chlorine. Any tips or changes I should do to increase success??
  4. Farmer J

    Farmer J @onelunggrows

    Keep the rapid rooter wet, don't let it or the seedlings dry out, should see them stand up in a couple days. Rain water or natural spring water is best.
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  5. Aldo

    Aldo Member

  6. donna becker

    donna becker New Member

    things have changed so much since i plucked seeds and stems from my lid..... tossed them in a wet paper towel and placed on the window sill.
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  7. Farmer J

    Farmer J @onelunggrows

    You should wait at least 21 days from plucking seeds from a plant to germinating them
  8. donna becker

    donna becker New Member

    yep! the seeds were from the dime bag i had and so im sure over 21 days old....but I did germinate some newly plucked seeds from a plant a cpl mos ago just to see what would grow. They are in the veg side now and I have them identified as Im also germinating some seeds from last yr from a 'funny looking 3 leaf ' plant. The seeds Im using normally are from last year.
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