Your seeds should have rooted by now. Honestly the seeds should crack within 3-5 hours of having them in warm-hot (38-42c) water. However, some of those autoflowering seeds can be stubborn.hi everyone, I am having trouble with some autoflower seeds. The two seeds have been in water for 25 hours and counting and i still can't see a root from either. I tested this method with some bag seed before and had no problem, roots showing within hours. This time no roots over 24hours later! got the seeds from sensi seeds in amsterdam (auto white diesel haze).what do you think i can do, should i wait or transfer to paper towel with no root?
I'm going to be definitely check these videos out if they are still up kind of an old thread but still good informationGreat question, if you haven't figured it out yet, I've got a number of germinating videos on my YouTube channel that cover the process very well.
I know how confusing it can be to understand all the different methods. But you find the one that works best for you.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask!
I like to get the lights fairly close. I put my hand under the light, and if I feel heat, it's too close. I also keep a close watch, and if I see stretch, I put a small oscillating fan on them. Just enough air movement to jiggle the plants a bit. That causes the plant to strengthen the stem. I keep a fan on them from start of veg throughout the grow. Keeps the stems strong and the air circulation helps the leaves get plenty of air. Also, all plants transpire (give off water vapor through the stomata). When they flower, you don't want moisture rising into the buds. Never had mold or fungus problems on the buds with the fan.I will only have a Mars Hydro 300w and was planning on keeping it well elevated during germination and seedling development.
Will that suffice or should I invest in a2' 2 bulb T5 hood for germination through early growth?