seed maturity question

Discussion in 'Breeders Paradise' started by Mr. Motavation, Mar 14, 2013.

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    Mr. Motavation

    Mr. Motavation Member

    I recently crossed a qrazy train male with a 10 yr old cut of white widow that is the biggest yielding plant ive ever seen. That why its ten yrs old its never leaving my collection. But heres the questions: how long after harvest should i wait to plant my seeds? Do they need a certain dry time period? What is the process for harvesting seeds and then readying them for germination? Thanks
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    Astral Zoom

    Astral Zoom Active Member

    I just wait till its harvest time and wait for maybe a extra week or so and the seeds seem to be matured fine. I am no seed expert but I feel like they are ready to go as soon as they are plucked. Naturally seeds need to be ready to go asap. so.. yea.
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    polyarcturus

    polyarcturus Well-Known Member

    from time of pollination it take about 3-4 weeks to full maturation of the seed.

    after the seed dries it is safe to plant, so a day or 2 and you can plant away or store them.
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    Mr. Motavation

    Mr. Motavation Member

    So once i harvest my pollinated plants i need to let the seeds dry similar to how i dry buds? And after a week or two od drying they are plantable?
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    polyarcturus

    polyarcturus Well-Known Member

    after a few days of drying, they are plantable. if you feel like waiting a week you can..

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