Cannabis seeds, like all other seeds, are the result of reproduction between plants. Each plant has evolved throughout millions of years to adapt to their surroundings; thus, they’ve also made their seeds adapt to certain dispersion methods.
In the case of cannabis plants, their seeds are produced to enable new generations to spread across a landscape with ease.
Many are adapted for water submersion, while others are capable of being digested and remaining intact or to latch onto the fur of a passing animal.
Germinating cannabis seeds may seem straightforward, but it’s actually a subtle art that many have yet to master. This is the beginning of a long and arduous journey, so it’s necessary that your cannabis plants start off on the right foot.
A seed is an embryonic plant. Just as humans are embryos at the earliest stage of life, so are seeds.
Some seeds are equipped with “wings,” which are adaptations that allow the seed to ride the current of the wind for an extended period of time so that it’s dispersed away from its mother.
Before their popularity in the last 50 years, many cannabis species were endemic to specific regions throughout the globe.
Step 3: To create a dark protected space, take another plate and flip it over to cover the seeds (like a lid).
Step 2: Take two of the paper towels and place them on the plate. Then, place the cannabis seeds at least an inch apart from each other and cover them with the remaining two sheets of water-soaked paper towels.
Step 1: Fill the glass with about an inch of distilled or filtered water.
PAPER TOWEL METHOD
Cannabis seeds require three things to germinate: water, heat, and air. Two of the most simple and common methods for “popping” your seeds are the Paper Towe l or the Submersion Methods .