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Old 03-14-2019, 10:23 PM #1
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Spring gamble

We had a nice looking weather forecast a few days ago so I soaked 20 seeds (10 of purple and 10 of diesel) and saw 19 tails this morning so I planted them with some snow peas in some containers on my roof. Depending on how the spring goes and how the seeds do, I might dep them if they're big enough after the peas are done producing, which is usually towards the end of May.
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Hope the gamble pays off.
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Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
Should produce something unless a hard freeze is still possible. Bet they could handle 27-28 degrees, for sure with a little blankie overnight.

Should be flowering from the time of planting due to short days it seems. I’ve got a group of various heights going out 4/1 for sixty days to get free 12/12 lighting, might need to dep them for the last week or two to insure flower.
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Old 03-16-2019, 09:27 AM #4
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Heres what it looks like so far
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I planted 42 freshly germinated seeds into quart pots of soil in my half assed non heated or sealed greenhouse last year on march 23rd and it snowed that night and the next day/night, was surprised I only lost 1 seed.
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I got one


Look at how strong my little sprout is lifting all that heavy dirt all by itself!


Its a diesel
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You got this PDX!
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I just put out some seed to see what happens. I made a bunch of seeds of a cross last year and have more than I’ll ever get around to planting so I decided to do an experiment. We’re still cold here, can get frosts till early May (snowed night before last).

Occasionally I get volunteers come up in my outdoor patches where I’ve done some pollinations. I cull them as I don’t know what they are and there may be a chance they’re from a hermie. I planted 20 of those seeds in a pot and put them on the patio to see if any, or how many come up. Still have a month and a half of cold but hopefully they sprout when the conditions are right.

Good luck with your venture pdx.
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I always wait until April, good luck.
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I always wait until April, good luck.
Last year I waited until May for the seeds I had survival concerns about. Spring in western Oregon seems to come pretty late most years, so hopefully some brutal outdoor conditions come along and weed out any weaklings in this batch, cause I got a bunch of sprouts now and enough seed of both kinds remaining that I'd be much obliged to the Thor, Zeus and the rest of the weather gods if they'd do me the favor of killing the sissies before they get a chance to reproduce.
8 of purple and 9 of diesel have come up so far.




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