Damn right, and It’s going to be a good and fun experience! Be gentle with me, it’s only my seventh times… But my first with some choice genetics! Thanks MK3.
It’s going to be a learning experience for me.
I personally have had better success with leaving them in the warm dark. They don’t have anything to photosynthesis at that point until they sprout and then they try to stretch looking for the light in the dark. I could be wrong but that’s what I’ve noticed. You definitely want warmth.
Thanks, that’s what I was thinking also. But now that 3 of them have sprouted, what kind of light regimen would you suggest?
Still in a warm dark place?
Under a light for 14 hours on/10 off? Less light? More light?
I was thinking of placing them under one of my blurple light for 14 hrs/10 hrs on/off for a few days.
My plan for them this week : Finish killing the freaking bugs in my tent… and then I will put them in the tent with the “real lights” for 12/12 (i’m flowering my tent atm) and then I will put them under my old lights for the rest of their day…
Please people, if you think I should do things differently, just say so! I would love to do a good run with those so I have healthy moms to “play” with. I still have so much to learn…
I’m glad to hear that @kapouic ! That banana kush sounds fantastic! I love my kush’s. My first plant ever was a purple kush. Right now I have a purple kush x Jack herer I’m anxious to try. Here she is hope you don’t mind a photobomb lol
No minding done How old is she? And don’t worry, I love visuals, it helps my old brain understand…
That Banana Kush strain came from ILGM before they stopped shipping to Canada. It was the first strain where I could really taste the banana flavor and it made me realize that it wasn’t just marketing hype and that terps really brought something to the table!
And the first OG Kush I ever grew outside blew my mind. Such a nice energetic (for me at least) high, it was love at first toke.
And I have a real sense of anticipation for the Lemon Kush from @MK3_Pharms, can barely wait to taste it and they are just babies yet…
For the first time, I tried putting homemade humidity domes (plastic bottles) over my 3 little babies.
But now, I am having an anxiety attack!!! You kow the feeling, when you’re not sure you did things correctly…
Maybe the most weird noob question I’ve asked yet : Should I have punched a little hole in the bottles so they have enough oxygen? Or it doesn’t matter?
edit: I forgot to thank @scotty17. Well then : Thanks Scotty!