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Old 07-25-2020, 12:35 AM #1
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MNS SUPER SILVER HAZE - 1999

Hello haze fans,

I am creating this thread to show you my attempt at germinating and growing SuperSilverHaze from 1999. My seeds come directly and indirectly from Shantibaba/Nevil from MrNice Seedbank so I thank both a lot for their amazing work. I am huge fan.

I have tried germinating these seeds but it's almost impossible, I only managed to get one plant so far from 60~ seeds. I still have some more but let me tell you I have already tried scuffing, cracking, soaking in h2o2, kelp, aloe, sugars, humic ( fulvic ), bacteria, myco, coconut water, GA3 at different concentrations... I am thinking to try some TC medium for some of them BUT this thread is NOT about the germination of old seeds ( but if you have any tips, please, don't hesitate to PM me ). I will definitely keep you updated if I find something good that works on old seeds.

Having said that, this is the only plant that is growing at the moment , I am very happy. As you can see in the pictures the seedling never had green cotylydons and only had a pale patch of chlorophyll on one of the cotylydons and on the stem. Of course I had to remove the seed shell and then the endosperm, I did that almost perfectly and the seeds meristem seemed intacked after a day and produced first set of true leaves! Phew!

The soil is peat/compost/perlite with some biobizz premix ( dry fert ) , seabird guano, palm ash and then I preinoculated the soil with bacteria,myco, seaweed and a touch of coconut water. It seems to be growing OK!

So let the SSH journey begin!



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Yeah, L33t! Best of luck cracking the rest of those seed. Hope your first plant does well also. I’ll be watching your progress from the front row here.

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Hiya Leet good to see you long time Question are you seeing any life at all from the other seeds that failed like a little tap root.
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Quick answer : no , if they showed even the smallest tap root I think I could save them.
They just swell , some crack but there is NO action. I've tried cracking the shell and removing the embryo, they do nothing.

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Quick answer : no , if they showed even the smallest tap root I think I could save them.
They just swell , some crack but there is NO action. I've tried cracking the shell and removing the embryo, they do nothing.

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Okay the fact some are cracking tells me this.

What i think is happening is the fluid between the seed embryo and seed embryo case is dry so what you need to do is soon as you see the seed case split is this.

Open up the seed remove the seed embryo and gently remove the embryo case from the seed embryo because its stuck and will kill it as a result.

If you have a medium like Rock wool or Coco place the seed embryo in that water and place under light like you would clones to root.
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I have tried to remove seed shell and endosperm after 2 days of soaking and placing the bare embryos in sterilized cotton with 0.15% h2o2 and they did nothing... I did the same but with bacteria,myco seaweed ... also nothing. I will try again but in pure water with a couple of drops of h2o2 and some in coco, thanks.

The cracking I believe is just from the mechanical swelling, its not because the embryo is doing any action . they look the same exactly the ones that crack and the ones that I crack myself... I understand what you say that the endosperm is really tough and generally needs removing... It's a very delicate process but probably mandatory
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Some times you will even see a tap root show and they don't go past that unless you intervene you don't they die so nothing to loos and every thing to gain.

I would not touch the seed until they crack and then you see no further movement.

One of two things will happen once the seed embryo in medium is placed under light you will see over say days to a week start to get green color on the leaf or it will just die.

Think i did a post on this at mr nice years ago cant remember what the strain was.
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