how many days until you give up on seeds?

Budzbuddha

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FFS .... I’m waiting to see if somebody suggests a fucking titanium cylinder with seed floating in ionized plasma .

Gardeners seem to have figured it out...... even trees drop seeds to the ground.
 

MICHI-CAN

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I mean seriously.... this is not splitting the atom.
Take god damn seed , put in dirt , give it a little water and gtfoh.

Johnny fuckin Appleseed did it b
If my pockets were infinite. And laws were non existent I would just bury seeds. Better to water germ and plant a sprout than wait 2 weeks wondering WTF!
 

MICHI-CAN

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I gonna admit i have ..... driven down highways throwing some seeds out my window at grassy ditches just for shits .
Let Mother Nature embrace them.
The pounds of bag seed I broadcast in the days. Nature had her way with many and happy explorers had their way with the rest. I got a decent amount of seed stock and okay smoke for the efforts. Like legal and controlled. Wheel of chance seems to be square in my reality.
 

MICHI-CAN

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There’s a website in Canada that will send you seed free of charge, to do just that. Not sure if they ship international. Overgrowcanada, they have given away millions of seeds, 100 at a time.
Take a drive along Indiana's rural interstate stretches. Most beautiful hemp, wild, you ever saw!
 

MICHI-CAN

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And back to the topic. I hold out for 10 days in water with change at day 5. And 14 days in soil. Proper set up and it should be growing by then.
 

MICHI-CAN

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It’s been awhile since I took a road trip south, I haven’t been to Indiana before that I remember anyways, maybe as a kid. South to me is minot, 500 miles north I am.
Forget Indiana for road tripping. Cops travel in packs. Speed limits are low. And Traffic cameras every where. Boss was mailed a few speeding tickets in our multiple passing from MI. Mostly flatland miles of soy beans or corn. LOL. A nice wind farm close to MI border.
 

Green Refuge

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3/4 to 1 inch planting depth!? No wonder.. Its too low in the soil. Unless you have a 400w light 2inches above it
It'll still find it's way out if it's good seed and you give her even semi optimal conditions. I'd post a link to an experiment from icmag but the site is down for an upgrade. Dude had seeds planted halfway down a clear solo cup and they sprouted.
 
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