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Old 04-20-2018, 11:28 PM #1
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Coastal Seeds Co. germination

Anyone having trouble germinating Coastal Seeds gear? I trying out the Coastal Haze, Black Lights and Puck Yeah this season.

The Puck Yeah is at 50% germination, Black Light at 33% and Coastal Haze is at 0%. So far, one week in.

I germinate in root riot cubes with heating mat, if that don't work, I Float seeds in fresh Aloe water for 24 hours then put in 4 inch pots with quality soil, let sun heat them. If that don't work, should I sand them?

Hell, all the seeds I made sprouted as well the seeds friends made were at 100%. Seems th expensive store bought seeds are substandard here in CA.
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Old 06-14-2018, 08:42 PM #2
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They sent some more seeds my way, got some germinated. I thought the seeds were harvested a bit early.... Trying out the Coastal Haze, Puck Yeah and Black Lights. Strange that seeds I make always pop near 100%, as well as Bodhi’s beans too.

Well, Coastal Seeds has disbanded, so no more of these heirloom varieties anymore unless they are released by the individuals who made up Coastal...
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Old 06-26-2018, 06:33 AM #3
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I been having the same issue but with greenpoint seeds. I tried asking the very same question in the vendors tab and got an bunch of asshole responses. Ive had almost perfect results with other companies at usually 95% to 100% but with greenpoint I am damn near at 25%. I don't think that's a coincidence. But let some people tell it, it's a user issue. Doesn't makes sense. My conclusion is just trying out another breeder and then compare and contrast the results and then you will know exactly what the real issues are. Sometimes it can be user but sometimes the beans can be undesirable. That's just my opinion.
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Old 06-28-2018, 07:48 PM #4
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Yeah, a lot, and I mean a lot of people are out there making bank with unstable, old and/or premature seeds.

Had a bad batch of Killing Fields from ****** a few years ago. Majority pale white seeds, three crushed in transit, zero germinated alongside literally 100 seeds of other gear that popped at a 92 percent rate. Their response when I inquired about a refund: we'll give you half credit but you should have purchased our germination module.

Caveat emptor, but in the end these are cheap lessons.
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