New member/first time grower

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johnnykoepp1988

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Welcome to THCF, and wishing you good luck on your patio grow. Overwatering is a common mistake made by noobs (like myself). Take some time and read @Aqua Man 's threads on watering protocol and you'll be good in that respect.
Thank you friend! I will check out aquamans threads 👍🏽
 
GNick55

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this way is so easy and to this day any seed that i’ve bought has germinated.
i place seeds in a cup of water with hydrogen peroxide at a strength between 7-10%. leave in glass for 10-12 hours. in the mean time i get my cup with promix almost fill, make a small indentation into the promix and make a small bed of peat (soak a pellet take off net, there’s some peat). when time use spoon to take out seed and place on peat bed, cover with peat and promix 3/4 to inch deep, this way you’ll hopefully avoid a helmet head, seeds are usually all up within 4 days, water with spray bottle, put in grow area, temps 75-80, humidity 65-75%, on a tray? on a heating mat if available, set on the timer with lights to go off/on with lights.
small fan for airflow.
hands never touch the seed..
but i get you have to do what your comfortable with till you get sick of it.
 
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this way is so easy and to this day any seed that i’ve bought has germinated.
i place seeds in a cup of water with hydrogen peroxide at a strength between 7-10%. leave in glass for 10-12 hours. in the mean time i get my cup with promix almost fill, make a small indentation into the promix and make a small bed of peat (soak a pellet take off net, there’s some peat). when time use spoon to take out seed and place on peat bed, cover with peat and promix 3/4 to inch deep, this way you’ll hopefully avoid a helmet head, seeds are usually all up within 4 days, water with spray bottle, put in grow area, temps 75-80, humidity 65-75%, on a tray? on a heating mat if available, set on the timer with lights to go off/on with lights.
small fan for airflow.
hands never touch the seed..
but i get you have to do what your comfortable with till you get sick of it.
i even do my clones the same way!
here’s a few i cut 7 days ago for a friend, cut just before the end of 2 weeks flowering, went from cut/powder to cup. been looking perfect since cutting..
 
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I’m not sure if I can get someone else to agree with me, but personally if I were you id transplant and take them out of the peat cups. Otherwise it might not degrade and root bound ur plants. Right before u posted this thread I seen a video on YouTube about it and seen the evidence I’ll try to find it
 

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