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Suzy’s Tip: Try your germintion method on a couple of seeds (maximum 3). This way, you can test if your method works well. Often a wrong germinating method is used and the seeds don’t germinate. Do you want to germinate your seeds in a different way? Continue reading.
Maintain an ambient temperature of at least 20 °C, otherwise, the seeds will not or at least not optimally germinate. Put the cannabis seeds on a surface that holds moisture, like wadding, paper towel or tissues on a saucer. Moisten the surface well, but avoid making it too wet. The moisture evaporates quickly at room temperature, so check during the period that the seeds will germinate if the surface is still damp enough. You can also cover the seeds with damp wadding or tissues and another saucer on top. Because of the moisture that gets into the seeds, they are activated and start to germinate. As soon as the germ is 2 to 3 mm, you can carefully get the seeds out of the water and plant them in the soil. Put them 0.5 to 1 cm in the soil with the root down. This way, the root will more easily grow downwards.
Maintain an ambient temperature of at least 20 °C, otherwise, the seeds will not or at least not optimally germinate. Use a clean room and area for the germination process. Fill a cup with water and put the cannabis seeds in it. After 3 to 5 days, the seeds should pop open and a tiny root should come out. As soon as the sprout is 2 to 3 mm, you can carefully get the seeds out of the water and plant them in the soil. Planting the germinated seed has to be done with lots of care and attention. Put them 0.5 to 1 cm in the soil with the root down. This way, the root (the white sprout) will more easily grow downwards.
Germinating cannabis seeds on a damp surface
We recommend not to touch the seeds or the seedlings with your hands. If you do anyways, make sure your hands are clean and if possible use plastic gloves.
My favorite way to germinate the seeds is to put them in a cup of water and then between a damp paper towel. This goes well in 99% of the cases. How long does it take cannabis seeds to germinate in general? Or how do we germinate autoflowering seeds? The time depends on the strain or type of seed, but autoflowering seeds germinate in the same way and time as feminized or regular cannabis seeds. That is why I will more extensively describe this first way.
– In a cup of water
– On a damp surface
Note: each seed has different germination speed. Some may take longer than the others and that’s normal. You can tell that your seed has germinated once it breaks and one sprout begins to emerge from it. This sprout is the taproot of your seeds and it will be its main stem. Once you see the taproot growing from the seeds, that’s the indication that your germination process is successful. By this point, refrain from touching the seed or the taproot since it can disrupt their development.
Marijuana seeds need three things to achieve successful germination and these are heat, water, and air. Using these, you can perform the simplest and easiest technique to germinate your seeds. But first, you’ll need paper towels, two clean plates, and marijuana seeds.
These are all the steps to germinate your marijuana seeds. Once you completed each step, you only need to wait.
Proper Way of Transplanting Germinated Marijuana Seeds
Marijuana germination is the procedure where a sprout breaks out of the seed’s coating. The sprout looks like a small white tendril and it is extremely delicate. It is the plant’s initial root and it is often referred to as the “taproot.” All the upcoming roots created by your marijuana plant will grow from the taproot. This means that the taproot is the building block of all your plant’s potential roots in the future.
A little reminder before you start with the method is you should always use distilled water.
Don’t be impatient because this stage is crucial for the overall growth of your plant. Make sure you check the paper towels from time to time. If the papers are starting to lose their moisture, spray a little amount of water. Maintaining the proper amount of moisture around your seeds will keep them healthy and happy.
These initial round leaves will sprout from the inside of the marijuana seed. The cotyledons developed as part of the plant embryo in the seed, which means there’s no need for the marijuana seedling to grow them. The sprouting first leaves are the ones that break open the shell after the taproot cracked it open.