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Welcome brother. Glad your here. Looking forward to the grow

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owes are pumped! me too! soil prep is underway for beginning of november germination✌️

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Germination!

So I officially got going on the 2nd of November, seeds scuffed, placed into paper towels, accidently skipped the pre-soak, but have not seen any negative impact. Added a bit of h2o2 to the water that I wet the paper towels with. 

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Germinated along side some cbd strains, jalepeno’s, tomatoes, chillis & cucumbers.

Cbd’s were first to pop, then the cucumbers then the choco’s. All choco’s have been planted into my seedling mix which consists of cocoperl @ 50/50, some dolomite lime, worm castings & compost then watered with plain RO & a bit of kelpak. 2 of the choco’s have broken ground now. All germinated indoors & under 24hr CFL lighting to get them going nicely. All under DIY humi-domes for the first few days, once I see the first true leaves I start acclimating them, by removing the dome for a few hours at a time & within a day or two the domes come off completely -this is where I have struggled in the past but I’ve been working on my germination method & I think I have it under control now.

4 days into their paper towel soak, gave them another 12 hours after this pic, added a bit of heat to get things going a bit quicker.

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then into my germ mix & have 2 poking their cotyledons out as of this morning!

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Peace for now!

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Get rid of the domes. Those babies grow best when they are exposed to their environment from the beginning.

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Im struggling to keep the climate in the sweet  spot for seedlings. I don't keep the domes on for long, as soon as I see the true leaves I start removing the domes, typically 2-3 days from when they break out from the medium they're completely off. I also exchange the air twice a day. I'll start acclimating the chocos tomorrow though, as of now 4/6 are out the ground.

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Quick Germ Update:

1 seed didnt make it, something in the medium chowed it, i think, found a bunch of flying ants in the medium & no taproot😱

Remaining 5 are all germinated & growing nicely.

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