Little Donkey Dong
I planted four seeds exactly a week ago, three have popped already. This one is the healthiest of the bunch. I used a Rapid Rooter plug, turned it upside down and made my own hole to drop the seed as the pre made hole is a little too deep for my liking. Kept it moist with a humidity dome.
Beautiful start to my first grow.
Yes it is a beautiful start! Give updates on the grow, please. 🙂
So, rookie mistake. I'm sure I over watered. The stems tuned yellow and the all fell over and died. Seems to be the #1 mistake for first time growers. But, all is not lost and that is why I got the inexpensive and free seeds.
I tossed a couple seeds in the pot where the old seeds had been and voila, three weeks later I have a beautiful seedling about eight inches tall and growing fast.
The question I have, and I hope the answer isn't bad, what are these spots, I have them on a couple leaves...
The spots could be a few things, but the one thing you don't want is bugs. look on the underside of the leaves for mites. and hope you don't have them. if you have none, I wouldn't worry too much about them unless they become common as the plants get bigger.
Nothing on the underside of the leaves. My initial thought was that it might just be some sort of water residue as I've been using a spray bottle to water.
I'm really happy with the growth so far. Growing my own medicine is exciting. Thanks again for the free seeds!
You are very welcome. Ya know, I sell seeds to make money to supplement my retirement income. But, I like helping folks grow their own medicine as much as I do making money. My free seed offer is going to help a lot of people who are suffering financially during these trying times.
Keep in touch as you grow these out, and I will be adding some great seeds to the free cannabis seed offer very soon...
My wife asked me what I was growing. I told her Tomatoes. She says that's a funny looking tomato.
I use to tell my mom that many years ago, I think she always knew... ?
Is my plant a boy?
What do I do with him... It's the only plant I'm growing right now. Can I harvest the pollen and save it?
Yes, Scotty, you can harvest the pollen and save it. Once he is in full bloom, you can cut him off put him in a big paper bag for a few days, shake all the pollen off, collect it put it in an air-tight container and freeze it.