Seed Care

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by come_gr0w_with_us, Dec 1, 2006.

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    come_gr0w_with_us

    come_gr0w_with_us Well-Known Member

    I am in NY(43N lat) and have some seeds comming in that i dont plan on growing until spring. I've heard that seeds keep better in freezing temps since this is what they must do in nature to survive. The strain is Magic Bud and the site says it grows in up to 50 degrees N. So the question is, would it be better to keep them in my room over the winter, or outside (growroom is a shed:blsmoke:) , or in a freezer?

    thanx for the replies :joint:
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    mogie

    mogie Well-Known Member

    To keep marijuana seeds viable, store them in a dry, dark, cool place and in dry, airtight containers. Marijuana seeds can be kept viable for years by storing them in dry, sealed Mason Jars stored in the lower shelves of the kitchen refrigerator. Remember: modern, frost free refrigerators have a very dry internal atmosphere, so make sure the storage containers are sealed tightly or your seeds could in time dry out.

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