The best way to germ your marijuana seeds
What you need:
- - Two plates
- - Some pieces of paper towels
- - Distilled water
- - A mix of 40% sand and 60% soil
- - Some small pots
- - A fluorescent tube
Place the seed between some dampened pieces of the paper towel. It's highly recommended to use distilled water. Afterwards, place the seed (in the towels) between 2 plates and put it somewhere warm. The best temperature to germ your seeds is between 21 and 25 degrees. Open the plate's only once a day just to have a look. Take note of a tiny white root tip starting to emerge from the seed. Some seeds will sprout in a day, while others need a week before they crack open. Ensure that the towel will not dry out. Put a little bit of water over it every three days.
Once the root has come out of the seed, you have to put the seeds in a small pot filled with soil. Make a little hole in the soil. Holes with half an inch deep are suffice. Plant the seed with its root facing the hole. Cover the hole with some soil and give it a little bit of water. Make sure the seeds are still covered with soil after you water them.
Place the pots with the seeds under a fluorescent lamp and give it a little bit of water every day. Turn the lights on for about a few hours a day. After 3 to 7 day's, you will see the first few signs of the plant. The lamp should be at least an inch above the topmost portion of the young plant in order to avoid burning its leaves.
After 3 to 4 weeks, the plant should be about 4 inches high and thus big enough to be transferred to a bigger pot. If the temperature allows it, you can now put them outside or place them in your indoor growing room.