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agar marijuana plates seeds

Place another few layers of moist tissue on top of the seeds, again allowing excess water to drain off.

Lastly, cover everything with the second plate, upside down, to form a ‘clam-shell’ shape – this will create the dark, moist environment necessary for germination.

Step 2. Germination – How to germinate cannabis seeds

The best way to germinate cannabis seeds requires only two saucers or plates and some moist tissue. Here is a step by step guide.

Line the bottom of the first plate with a few layers of wet tissue and drain any excess water from the plate.

Check the seeds every day to ensure that the tissue does not dry out. Spray the tissues with water if necessary.

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okkkaay, diluted cacti fertilizer, and cooked up some agar,

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Seed dormancy in Arabidopsis can be overcome by, or
seed germination is activated by, the common germination
promoting factors such as after-ripening, light, cold
treatment (also called stratification) and chemicals such as
gibberellins and KNO3 (Derkx and Karssen, 1993b). None
of these exogenous factors are an absolute requirement
for germination because the need for one factor depends
on the other factors, as shown for the interaction between
light and temperature by Cone and Spruit (1983). This
requirement for exogenous factors depends very much on
the genotype.

I decided to do some reading on seed germination. Its pretty technical but thats not a problem if you know your way around molecular biology.

I will keep you updated.

OK I made about 130ml of electrophoresis grade agarose (not sure of the concentration but its pretty solid) and a few particles of the plant food. All that in a jar with 4 poppy seeds (at least one should germinate I hope). Lets see if I can grow a small plant using this method. It would be intriguing to study its root system as it develops.