Tuesday, April 7, 2009

How to grow.... getting started

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So you think you want to grow a small garden of the best smoke you ever had, or have dreams of a small fortune to be made or are sick and need relief.... Here is a good starting point. Stayed tuned for more insights.

When growing, the first step (of actually growing, not including set up of equipment) is aquire some seeds. After, you got seeds you have to prepare them.
This step is to germinate your seeds. This process gets the seeds ready to be planted and it helps to insure successful planting and subsequent growing. One method of germinating your seeds is by wrapping them in moist paper towel.....
This method is called .... you guessed it.... the
Paper Towel Germination Method


-Seeds. Of course.

-All white paper towel,three to four sheets. No toilet paper or any kind of paper towels with inks/dyes. Just plain white.

-One ziplock sandwich bag.I use the double seal ones, any airtight ziplock will do fine.

-Purified/filtered, or bottled water.I use Fiji bottle water, It has a ph of 7.0. Any good purified or filtered water works.

-Heat source. You can use the top of a CRT monitor or a heating pad or even near a heater… I use a heating pad with a bathroom towel on top of the heating pad. That way they stay nice and warm and dont get cooked. You can buy a seed germinating heating pad at almost any hardware store that has a garden center.


Step 1: Fold paper towel just enough to fit into the ziplock sandwich baggie.

Step 2: Moisten the whole paper towel with bottled water or purified/filtered water. Do not over saturate paper towel, it should be fully wet but not dripping.

Step 3: Open the paper towel one fold, put seeds into middle and then close paper towel over seeds. Try not to put the seeds to close to each other.

Step 4: Stick paper towel and seeds carefully into baggie.

Step 5: Seal the baggie most of the way, blow some air into the baggie and then seal it up the rest of the way.

Step 6: Stick baggie on-top of anywhere nice and warm, 70- 80F, just don’t cook the lil buggers… 48 hrs max.

Never fails.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh yes this is my shyt... hahaha.. please hurry up with the next instatlment.