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Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by Misseerie, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. I read a thread about this, and for the life of me cannot find it again:(. I, for the sake of experimenting, am trying it out:eek:. Its been a few days, the grapes just look gross, nothing spectacular to report:confused:. A paper towel is the common way to go for a reason, Im sure:rolleyes:. Anyone else try the grape germ? Success? Fail? Is there an actual technique:eek:? What is the point of it?:smoke:
     

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  2. woah... I would love to see if this works!!!


    Very interesting idea!
     
  3. Yep, its what I asked myself this morning. I would like for it to do something neat.
     
  4. Last three seeds, 8-16 hours in water, they sank. Then into soil. Sprout comes out in 2-3 days. So how are grapes an improvement?
     
  5. Is this about ethylene?
     

  6. A few days? Unless those are old seeds, I'd say the experiment was a failure...sorry!
     
  7. Read the post... glad we are on the same page bro:rolleyes:!

    ethylene might be the point, I will look in to that:).

    like I said before, I do not know the reason behind trying to germ in a grape.... just looking for some info, as to where this idea came from and what the actual point to this method is:confused:.

    I have yet to waste anything to important, and wasn't really looking for a particular outcome, so I guess........ if you try to fail, and succeed, what have you really done?:ey:

    enough ramble, off to read up on ethylene and cannabis. Although I dont think this method is for the same purposes as the banana peel(if thats the correlation).... but once again, IDK:eek:
     
  8. Still no info, or sprouts. Wonder if its ever really been done resulting in a germed seed? I still plan on planting raisins....
     
  9. So much for the sake of learning:rolleyes:. I was pretty sure of the outcome of this, when I started. By day 3, grapes lost to the towel method;). It was fun to try out. Unfortunately, I did not find any of the answers I was looking for:(. Still not sure as to where this idea came from, or the purpose for it. I will say once again.... the towel method is the most common for a reason:D. Still if anyone has any ideas or info on this, please fill me in:confused:.



    *no seeds were harmed in the making of this thread:)
     

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