Submerge your seeds in bottled spring water that has a similar temperature to the room.
- Initiate a timer and let the seeds sit in water for 14 to 18 hours, but no more, to avoid damaging the seeds.
- You can go on to the next step regardless of the state of the seeds after soaking. This is vital to recall.
Lay two paper towels that are thick on a ceramic dinner plate.
Cover the seeds with the paper towels like a burrito after shifting the water and seeds onto them.
- Do not put anything over the plate and eliminate any surplus water.
- The seeds can grow well only if they have warmth, moisture and oxygen.
The plate should be in a room that is warm, dark and airy with a temperature ranging from 75 to 80 Fahrenheit. Regularly moisten the paper towel to provide sufficient moisture for the seeds. The seeds should not be wetted by water.
- They should not be in small, closed spaces like cupboards or drawers that can interfere with their sprouting. The seeds need oxygen for successful germination.
Move them to normal soil when the seeds have a taproot that is 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch long and have split open.
*Splitting open may take from 2 to 7 days for each strain.
A dark and cool place, such as a garage or basement, is optimal for storing the seeds for up to two years. The seeds should be in a glass jar with a tight lid and at 41 to 45 Fahrenheit.
You can switch to a different medium like soil when your seedling’s central root gets to 1/2 inch (2 cm). Avoid any nutrients or fertilizers for the first three weeks since the seedlings are very tender and vulnerable then.
Poke a small hole in the soil with your finger and insert the seedling in it with the taproot oriented down. Top it with soil and supply it with a light source, either natural or artificial. Sprinkle the soil lightly and let the seedling mature by itself.
Guarantee will be forfeited if you do the following:
1. You did not follow our guide outlined above.
2. You planted the seeds direct to your grow medium (eg. Soil).
3. You used a seed starter kit or anything used for vegetables.
4. You have used a plastic bag or anything that produces heat.
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