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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion View Post
    wouldn't mind doing these myself, how long from seed to plate lol, i was thinking of doing some cress recently noobie growing i know but apart from the 4 i've done i haven't grown anything before, looking forward to seeing how these grow m8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    So it's true what they say, cannabis is a gateway drug... to gardening
    Lmao it certainly is m8, moving from the smokeable to the edible lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion View Post
    wouldn't mind doing these myself, how long from seed to plate lol, i was thinking of doing some cress recently noobie growing i know but apart from the 4 i've done i haven't grown anything before, looking forward to seeing how these grow m8
    They reckon about 60 days to harvest but, like with cannabis seeds, they're ready when they are ready. I won't be using a calendar

    I grew some cress last year as the wife had never grown it before. That was about 7/10 days
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    They reckon about 60 days to harvest but, like with cannabis seeds, they're ready when they are ready. I won't be using a calendar

    I grew some cress last year as the wife had never grown it before. That was about 7/10 days
    Nice 7-10 days that’s sweet was that on the window sill too

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion View Post
    Nice 7-10 days that’s sweet was that on the window sill too
    Yeah. I used a small grape container (from Sainsburys) & some cotton wool, wetted, on the bottom. The few holes in the container allowed the cotton wool to stay moist but not too wet

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    Dang, I would have sent you some.

    I often re-veg the root area of spring onions that I get from the shops, and they grow and things have worked well for a few years until last year LOL. They did not like how much coffee I was drinking...

    Still got one plant going and that has survived snow as well as heat. When they bolt and sprout those dandelion-like flowers, I love the way they look.
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    Just a quick picture update...



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    These seem to be coming along faster than I thought



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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    These seem to be coming along faster than I thought

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    Growing very fast now..fantastic considering it's just light from the window sill

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    It's actually been quite a sunny afternoon after days of dull, overcast weather. If it keeps up like this then it should be a walk in the park

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    Everything seems good... and considering the lack of sunlight, I'm impressed



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    Same old... more sunlight needed...



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    Was wondering how these were getting on m8

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    Same old... more sunlight needed...

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    Ahh yeah, stretching now..it will be interesting to see how these get on

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    How are these getting on M_C mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    How are these getting on M_C mate?
    I'll update when I get home

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    Ha loving this threat man, might have to give it a go myself maybe with radish's i love French breakfast radish's but it is very rare you see them on sale in the shops and i have no garden to speak of so why not, cheers M.C boss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G' View Post
    Ha loving this threat man, might have to give it a go myself maybe with radish's i love French breakfast radish's but it is very rare you see them on sale in the shops and i have no garden to speak of so why not, cheers M.C boss.
    That's one of the easiest and fastest to grow crop that exists, aside from microgreens/sprouts. Unfortunately I can't stand them

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    Nothing that a glimpse of the sun every now & then couldn't cure

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    Makes me look at my laces this grow lol ,I can see a spring onion challenge coming up


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