420 Magazine Background

210Romeo210

New Member
Hey guys I'm new to growing... So when germinating will it hurt the seed if I add a drop of bioroot to the water I use in the germination process and then adjust the ph to 6.0 before placing the seeds in it?
 
You can try it.
I recommend. using 5.5 ph water for seeds and seedlings. Use warm water.
Buy a packet of jiffy peat pellets. Idiot proof way to germinate.
When you see the white roots in the jiffy pellet, you can pop the seedling in a large pot or
final destination.
 

210Romeo210

New Member
Thanks I appreciate it. Another question... If u have a gallon of water you added nutrients to and then adjusted the Ph.... Is it possible for the ph level to change on its own while sitting there?
 
Yes it changes.
Fill up two watering cans with water. leave for 24 hours before use.
Allows chlorine to evaporate.
Always test PH, before using, never guess. very important.

Advice on seed to bud. Pick seeds like dr kripplings incredible bulk.
If you are growing outside this summer.
Pick auto flowering varieties of commerical seed crops,
like money maker, make sure you choose auto flowering.
reason being , autos, finish before it gets cold, but they are
alot smaller, that is why choose a commercial growers strain of auto.
keep it frosty
 
Top Bottom