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Toes in the water, ankles wet, and knees damp.
MaxVft wrote: ↑Sat Sep 25, 2021 12:27 am For water, I just fill a jar(no sterilization needed) with about 1/8 inch and put the VFT seeds in there. After a few days the seeds will start being covered by algae but I just don't do anything about it and another 5 days you should get around 100 percent germination, which is when I transplant to peat.I'm giving this a try. I took 50 of my seeds and put them in a small bowl of rainwater. Two days later and half of them have sunk to the bottom (a good sign: they're fully hydrated). This is the point where I would normally take them out of the bowl and put them on LFS. I'm curious to see how many sprout in the next week or two.
MikeB wrote:I got a packet of the wild NC seeds, too. I filled a pot with my regular cp soil mix, put a half-inch layer of wet LFS on top, and placed the seeds to make sure they didn't bunch up. I put the pot outside in the heat and humidity, in a location that gets 4 hours of dappled sun. It's been a month, and at least 2/3 have sprouted. A few days ago, I moved the pot indoors because it's gotten so cool at night. I'm planning to put it back outside in a couple days after it warms up to normal.How long do you keep your seedlings in dappled sun? I'm beginning to wonder if my current strategy of "blast everything with intense light until it turns purple" might be counterproductive.
MikeB wrote: ↑Mon Sep 27, 2021 5:23 pm I'm giving this a try. I took 50 of my seeds and put them in a small bowl of rainwater. Two days later and half of them have sunk to the bottom (a good sign: they're fully hydrated). This is the point where I would normally take them out of the bowl and put them on LFS. I'm curious to see how many sprout in the next week or two.I have a feeling you're gonna get great germination, as the seeds I used the water method on were the ones I bought from you
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