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Germination Cannabis Seeds in Soil

This is our favourite method.It is as Mother Nature intended, and if you have good, fresh seeds, you should have no problems.

Place your seeds in individual pots filled with moist soil. It is best to use seedling/germination soil for this if you can. It has exactly the right balance of nutrients to get your seeds going. Normal soil can contain a mix of too many nutrients and impurities that your seeds don’t require – you may end up over feeding the seed and damaging them.

Place the seeds 3-5mm under the soil and then carefully covered back up. You only need the soil to be damp, do not over water it. You can place clear kitchen plastic wrap over the tops of the pots to maintain humidity. Place your pots in a warm area and allow nature to do its thing.

After a couple of days you should start to see shoots with their cotyledons; when you do, remove the plastic wrap and place the pots under a grow lamp.

Germinating cannabis seeds in soil is our favorite method. It is as Mother Nature intended, and if you have good, fresh seeds, you should have no problems.