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High humidity can trigger fungi to grow on your seeds. If your seeds get exposed to light or rapid changes in temperature it will trigger them to use up their nutrient stores before they ever see soil, meaning they won’t have the nutrients they need to germinate.

If you’re storing seeds for a couple of weeks it’s okay if you leave them in the original package as long as they are in a dark, dry, and cool place.

Seeds are where all begins, the care you give your seeds will influence not only in how your cannabis grows but in the final harvest.

6. Storing Seeds For Years

Whatever your reason may be for having seeds, remember that taking care of them is one of the most important things you can do for your harvest. A badly stored seed may not germinate, and if it does it may not grow properly.

There are three main factors that can affect seeds in a bad way:

Before talking about how to store seeds we need to remember you that your cannabis seeds are alive. Before they germinate they are kind of in a state of hibernation, and like all living things, they can die.

When storing seed you want to provide optimal conditions to ensure they are still good until you’re ready to sprout them.

It’s obvious weed seeds germinating power decreases as the years progress. Therefore you should allways store some additional seeds. Will seeds still germinate after 100 years have progressed? No one knows.

Storing marijuana seeds in airtight pots.

The germ that hides behind the tough seed outer shell can survive for years feeding on food reserves it inherited from the mother plant. Food supplies consisting of fad starch and sugar keep the germ alive as long as these reserves are available. Maximum lifespan is around 6 years but seeds that survive for a longer period of time are no exception.

Keeping cannabis seeds in the fridge is the most obvious storage method. It is important to keep the seeds in an airtight sealed enclosure so no moist can get to it. In order to optimize the storage proces even further, is is wise to keep the seeds in airtight packaging. Preferably at 4 degrees celcius. Weed seeds don’t like tempurature changes. Therefore only remove them from the fridge when neccessary. This way the seeds can be preserved for years.

Marijuana seeds can be preserved for a minimum of 3 years without any loss in germinating power. Probably even for much longer, only time will tell.

Storing cannabis seeds in the freezer is the right choice if you want to store the seeds for decades or longer. Can this do any harm? No, in nature, seeds freeze all the time, after that spring begins and germination starts. Make sure the weed seeds are totally dry before freezing.

Only remove the seeds from the fridge when it is time for sowing. Let the seeds gradually adjust to lower tempuratures by keeping the packaging closed during the cooling down.