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Check out the picture below. We sprouted all the plants at the same time. The tub on the right has seeds that were planted within a week of receiving them in the mail. The tub on the left has a very popular strain with award-winning genetics… but the seeds were more than 6 years old from when we first bought them. Even though they were all put into the tank at the same time and the new seeds grew like crazy, the seeds on the left got outpaced by algae – only one sprouted and though its roots keep growing and growing the actual never got any bigger than two round leaves even after a month!

The term ‘bad seeds’ usually refers to any type of seed that has a significantly higher likelihood of causing problems in a grow. I’ll cover the most common reasons for bad seeds in this tutorial!

Bag seeds are a wildcard! You never know what you’ll end up with!

So I’m a big believer in the fact that if you put the seed in the ground and a fast-growing healthy seedling comes out of it, it was a viable seed! Don’t toss a seed you are really interested in just because it’s a little pale; give it a chance (I’m talking more about tan seeds, it’s very unlikely a yellow seed will sprout)!

This is mostly because it’s tough to pinpoint when the seed itself is the actual problem. Most growers will blame themselves for a problem that shows up in their grow long before they assume it’s the seeds.

In our step-by-step on germination, we have told how the seed selection process takes place. With brick weed seeds, you have to be extra careful: it is very easy to find seeds, but they will not always grow. So as soon as you find and collect your seeds, do the following test to separate the good and the bad:

After these steps, it’s time to wait! Don’t forget to check the paper and make sure it is still wet. When it is drying, add more water with a spray bottle.

The answer is yes!

If it doesn’t break, it is perfect to go to the germination phase!

Male plant can be identified through the “bags” that form below – be careful, it can pollinate the others

Normally, the pressed seeds are more sativa, plants are thinner and have more aerated buds. It is worth remembering that the brick seed’s flora time is usually longer.