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starting a marijuana seed sponge

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The first set of leaves to come above ground are called the cotyledons. These little leaves are packed with energy and will grow to about 1/4 in in size before eventually falling off. Your second leaves to emerge will be single blades and look like regular pot leaves.

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2) Planting your seed

Marijuana seedlings are very sensitive to light, and therefore you should ensure that you provide just the right amount of light. If grown outside, seedlings should be provided with direct sunlight. If inside, provide them with half a day of sunlight through a sunny window sill.

Now bury it on top of the rooting pack so the base of its stalk is level with the top soil. Give it a proper watering to set the roots in the ground, then skip your next watering so the roots can take hold.

To accelerate germination, you are going to want to soak your seed in a small container with lukewarm water and place it in a dark and warm place for 12-24 hours, but no longer. By drenching the seed, it absorbs the water thoroughly, activating the germination process. Doing this also helps to loosen the shell as it becomes a little softer making it easier for the embryo to crack it open. When your seed sinks to the bottom it is ready to be planted, and sometimes the seed will pop out a small taproot. A seed can still be planted though if it does not sink.

24 ROOT!T Natural Rooting Sponges supplied in a specially designed insert and drip tray that can also be used as a germination lid. This ROOT!T 24 Filled Insert & Tray offers the latest and fastest rooting medium.
The large drain hole facilitates easy de-plugging and specially designed irrigation channels in the tray allow excess water drainage. The insert and tray are manufactured from fully re-cycled HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene), are tough, durable and fit standard seed tray size propagators.
– Maximise your success rate
– Faster more vigorous rooting
– Organic and fully biodegradable
– Simple to use and easy to pot on

These i think are the same as those root riot cubes. My question is fellow growers, How long can i keep my plants, from seed, inside the humitdy dome in those sponges/cubes before i have to plant them into pots with soil?? Or do people just place the cube/sponge with the seed inside of it straight into soil and not use the whole humidty dome stage with these sponges/cubes?