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I use the paper towel method 100 percent success rate for me, then once the little white tail pops out of the seed, then move the seeds to the 1 inch rock wool with the tail facing down in the hole then lightly put a little piece of rock wool over the hole that the seed is in.
you dont use a humidity dome for starting seeds and second rockwool cubes will not dry out. they retain allot of water, and with
another ethod that ive HEARD works is just to put in a shotglass over night, see what happens ins the seed absorbs the moisture until it pops. thats what ya want..
seedlings in them you would not have to water for about a week maybe longer.
germinate them what ever method you prefer to use,
For one, Rockwool doesn’t contain any organic material. This means it’s immune to decomposition at the hands of mould and fungi. Rockwool is also free from heavy metals. These elements, such as lead and chromium, are highly toxic to plants, cause yellow leaves and prevent photosynthesis, and can even kill plants altogether.
2. Submerge your blocks into the solution and leave them to soak for 24 hours. After a while, the alkalinity of the blocks will raise the pH of the solution. Return to the blocks once every few hours to test the solution. Re-apply the pH-down product as needed to maintain a reading of 5.5.
How Is Rockwool Made?
Rockwool harnesses the power of natural stone to produce a fluffy and aerated growing medium ideal for cannabis growing. This material drains well, supports root development, and arrives in a cuboid shape that is easy to transplant into hydroponic or soil-based systems.
Once your seedling looks ready for a new home, you’ll find it incredibly easy to move it directly into a pot full of soil or a hydroponic net pot. Unlike transplanting from soil, you don’t need to break apart the initial growing medium or deal with any mess. Simply pick up the cube and slot it into its destination.
Rockwool is a branded form of mineral wool, a material used primarily as thermal and acoustic insulation in the construction of homes, hospitals, recording studios, and even stadiums.