Newbie breeder, Any tips

Discussion in 'Breeders Paradise' started by Jay7t5, Nov 25, 2017.

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    BabyLobsterito

    BabyLobsterito Active Member

    I love it when they blame the breeders. Shows how many people paid attention to basic biology lol...
     
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    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    Its funny. Dude actually has another thread like 40 pages long about it. Everyone that points out this thread and others asking basic questions and showing him his mistake gets put on ignore.
     
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    BabyLobsterito

    BabyLobsterito Active Member

    I noticed lol. They're stacked on each other in the thread list... As soon as I saw "Newbie Breeder" I just had to look.
     
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    Dear ol" Thankful Grower!

    Dear ol" Thankful Grower! Well-Known Member

    Here’s a question can you use fluorescent lighting to dry your seeds? It’s fairly cold and on top of my clone dome I figured would be warm and the flour scents are not excessively bright no harm on em any input?
     
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    evergreengardener

    evergreengardener Well-Known Member

    Im a little drunk so is this a real question or sarcasm
     
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    Dear ol" Thankful Grower!

    Dear ol" Thankful Grower! Well-Known Member

    Lol a real one I know when u harvest u want a slow dry but with seeds can’t u put the plant to dry a bit faster or take out the seeds that are starting to fall out under the light to let em dry a bit quicker?i mean t5 aren’t bright enough to really ruin root exposure so drying seeds like that no biggie? Food for thought ?
     
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    evergreengardener

    evergreengardener Well-Known Member

    To be honest I've always just Collected them and put them in a cool dark place no light but that's just me
    I don't make many seeds @whitebb2727
     
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    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    I just let them dry in the dark in the buds. No heat or light required. Actually cooler and darker is better for seeds.
     
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    Dear ol" Thankful Grower!

    Dear ol" Thankful Grower! Well-Known Member

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    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    No problem. Reason I let them dry in the bud is the seeds can be kind of soft at first and I don't want to damage them.
     
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    Dear ol" Thankful Grower!

    Dear ol" Thankful Grower! Well-Known Member

    Are these seeds going to stay green on the sides or turn tan?are they dry and viable ? Last couple times didn’t pull em till they were tan but these were black when I pulled em any input hope these are ready @whitebb2727 @evergreengardener 4D78A1DD-89C5-4CB2-8ABA-AEF64CE7BAAE.jpeg
     

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