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germinating marijuana seeds in cotton wool

Germinating marijuana seeds in cotton wool

Take microwave foil (with small holes – not normal cling film) and secure it tightly over your plate.

Spray again lightly and put the seedling in the hole. Make sure the root goes into the soil and the ‘head’ of the seedling, stays above the soil. Close the hole and move it to a grow room with at least 18 hours of light per day, with a temperature of 20-27 degrees Celsius and a humidity level of around 60-80%. Keep the soil moist daily.

Follow these steps for the Cotton Pad Germination Method, to ensure healthy germination rates of around 95-100% .

Step 4: Cover the first cotton pad with a second one

Don’t use paper towel, toilet paper or any other comparable materials, only the make-up cotton pad retains the right level of moisture to make this method successful.

Take a pot of minimum 0.25 L and fill it with either Seedmix or Lightmix. Wet the soil and make a small hole in the middle.

Step 7: Prepare the soil and make a hole

Place the seeds on the cotton pad (max 5 seeds per cotton pad) and lay them in a dice formation

Germination can take 3-10 days, depending on environmental conditions and variety.

Germinating marijuana seeds in cotton wool

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