The Royal Queen Seeds Feminized Starter Kit contains:
Two or three weeks after germination, your young seedlings should be ready for their new home. At this point you have two options; transplanting them into soil pots, or taking on the challenge of hydroponics. You’ll know when the seedlings are ready to be moved because the root system should start to poke out of the bottom of the wool blocks. As long as the roots haven’t begun to engulf the bottom half of the wool block, they will seek out water and nutrients in their new surroundings and continue to grow downwards.
Regardless of where you get your seeds from, it is best to give them a slight (and delicate) inspection before planting. Most of the time, all seeds will germinate; however, poor-quality seeds will produce a weaker plant. Unfortunately, that is something you will not find out until well into the vegetative and flowering stages.
USING STONE WOOL BLOCKS
After 3–5 days, the seeds will start to open, and you should see tiny white tips appear. Once these roots reach 2–3mm in length, use extreme care to transfer them from the water to pre-prepared soil pots.
Arguably one of the least effective methods, but it is still viable. Incredibly simple to facilitate, beginner growers may opt to germinate their seeds in a glass of water. Half-fill a glass or bowl with water that is approximately 22°C (71°F).
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When should I start giving my Coco nutrients?
COIR SEED STARTER PELLETS (Pack 20) Ideal for growing your own seedlings or cuttings & then planting without any disruption to the roots. To use, simply place coir pellet in a tray of water (or seaweed solution) & leave for a couple of minutes until fully expanded.
For coconut coir pellets, plant no more than 2 seeds per pellet for small seeds and only one per pellet for larger seeds. If both seeds germinate, do not pull one out. Pinch off one of the seedlings at the base to remove. This will give the remaining seedling a chance to survive and thrive.
Subsequently, question is, how often should I water my coco coir seedlings? The frequency of watering depends on the evaporation and the water supply in the COCO. A common rule is; one daily watering is sufficient during the first few weeks under normal circumstances; then increase up to 2 times a day; 2 hours after the lamps have been turned on and 2 hours before they are switched off again.
Also to know is, how do you use coir seed starters?
Actually regardless of medium, plants have all the energy they need for the first 2 weeks (sometimes more). Besides tap water (290 ppm) I don’t feed any nutes for the first 2 weeks or until I see the first sign of yellowing. Coco doesn’t have nutes in it, but ph 6 tap water should be all you need for the first 2 weeks.