The seeds broke soil on and around March 25th.
These pictures are from today, April 15th.
I'll be planting the plants directly into the ground when I think that they are strong enough to survive the current weather conditions where I live.
For now they are in big plastic cups filled with plain potting soil mix.
Updated 04-15-2012 at 12:25 PM by Cane'Bosem
Im gone, bye
Updated 05-18-2010 at 10:41 PM by Essex
So my last grow is finishing up and I started germinating my seeds yesterday. I let them soak in a cup of water for 6-8 hours then tossed them in a damp paper towel for 10-12 hours.
There are some discrepancies on as to if there are 9 or 10 seeds. I swear there were 10, but I was kind of high when putting them into cups, so I'm not 100% certain 1 cup got a seed. Although I am certain none of them got two seeds. All seeds did sprout as did last time, I messed up a few
Updated 05-24-2012 at 11:58 PM by Shadeslay
PH, soil, tap water and how they work in soil.
I see a lot of people concerned about the pH of their soils, and concerned about the pH of their tap water, and this is a good thing, however there is a whole lot of misinformation and misconceptions floating around, especially concerning the use of you tap water.
First you need to understand that water contains minerals that are essential for the plants, and a good source of these is tap water. In soil,