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Sweet valley kush all strange colour seeds 3 planted 1 seed has cracked unfortunately but let's try the 4 anyway

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4 sweet valley kush started 2 of 4 germinated let's see how these baby's do 

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Hello mate  you maybe not moist enough your soil   your seed need water  to open 

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Hi @g22 they both have opened now and look like their doing OK thank you for your help though 💚

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Wat kind of soil do you use @Sion type of light and size of pot you not use perlite how much time you gone wait for veg ?

 

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Hi @g22 I use multipurpose compost at the moment I'm growing in a greenhouse so it's doing it naturally these are test seeds so I will only get better at growing I hope 2 get greenhouse feeding soon aswell 

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