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    hi all mega oissed at this one. dr chronic seeds would love to hear peoples thoughts on this as i have had soooo many seeds from this place and from autos to full terms. each time i germinate i cant get all seeds to grow. for instance i recently bought 3 dinafem seeds the strain is critical+2.0 now i put my seeds in to water that has stood for 24 hours with 2 ml rhizotonic in it to help the process its now been 16 days and all i have is the tiniest of tails on them. is it what im doing or is it the seeds its not the first time i have struggled with seeds from here but other seeds are fine ie i got 3 from salvia online and they smashed it. peoples thoughts much appreciated thanks

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    16 days submerged in water?

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    I've been buying and using seeds from Dr Chronic for years with 100% germination rate.

    It's not the seed banks you need to call out, it's the breeders. Don't shoot the middle man.

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    lol my bad nah not 16 days in water the tails came out after 72hrs they are in the seed soil now and have been since i dont like to give up haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Percifrower View Post
    lol my bad nah not 16 days in water the tails came out after 72hrs they are in the seed soil now and have been since i dont like to give up haha
    Do you not put them in a paper towel for a few days before the soil?



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    if thats the case i should be calling out the following:- Dinafem seeds,Banreys farm seeds, dutch passion seeds, Big Buddha seeds, Dr Krippling seeds. im not saying anyone is wrong on here or that the seed bank itself is mugging me off. its more can anyone help me with the way im doing it or any other tricks to get me out of this rut as i love the whole growing process from seed to harvest

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    i normally put them in a glass of water in a warm dark place and just leave them by day 3 they have opened and got tails! :joint

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    I’ve also bought many seeds from the Doc with no issues at all. To be honest it certainly sounds like your doing something wrong to get as many duds as you have.

    Just seen the above post, your drowning the tap roots they can’t handle so much water when there young. 3 days is excessive. Stick them into wet towel as soon as they’ve sank into the glass of water
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    I can kind of relate but I have never bought from Dr Chronic. I do however have germination success rates at genocidal levels.
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    Happy to say, Ive only ever lost one seed and this was down to putting in glass of water, my usual is the paper towel method and has been for years, never had a failure in paper towels

    Also never bought from Dr Chronic so can't comment on them but heard good things so...

    Id would say try a different germination method

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    i have tried the wet towel method and the rock wool cube method believe me i have tried all the many ways i'm 100s of pounds into seed buying from them. i know other people that have had seeds from there and no problems and some the same problem just not on as large of scale as they have given up with seeds. i have had some successthc talk (3) resized.jpg (this was a freebie chemdawg seed) with their seeds just very shit amount lol

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    normally put them into soil straight after the tails appeaer from the glass

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    Is it the rhizotonic in the water?

    I use it but only after a week or two

    Something is off

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    put seeds into a glass of room temp water - until the seeds sink to the bottom - 6-24hrs usually
    put those seeds into moist sealed kitchen Roll for 2-3 days, checking daily - when taproots appear plant them but keep the tops/seeds at 1/4 inch from the surface if you can

    can't say 100% success rate but it's definitely in the high 95%




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    no rhizotonic is used after day 3. tell me about it lol gets me down every dud one but im a sucker for the greenery haha.

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    im going try this method next lot i get thanks dude and im going to get other seeds from seedsman aswell cheers dude

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    This is how I do mine:-

    Seeds have had a good overnight soak & both have also sunk so I expect them to open soon



    Now, to help the nubes a little, a quick tutorial on germing seeds...

    You need a tupperware type container & a paper towel





    Fold the towel



    And fold again



    Wet the towel & lightly squeeze out any excess water



    ...and line the bottom of the container



    put the seeds in



    ...and cover with the rest of the towel



    Pop on the lid and job done



    Keep somewhere warmish & wait
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    Quote Originally Posted by Percifrower View Post
    no rhizotonic is used after day 3. tell me about it lol gets me down every dud one but im a sucker for the greenery haha.
    Before the seed is out the soil?

    Just me but I wouldn't used it at all germing the seed. I don't think it needs it until it's sprouted. It's for roots, I'd wait until you have some.

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