Hey there guys i have noticed something weird after changing the soil with one of my plants, ive come to check on them today to see a second seedling popping through in a 4 week old plants pot is this something that can happen? Should i rip it out or wait a little and try transplant it to another pot?
How many seeds did you plant in the pot??
@Familyman it only had one seed but this was transplanted from another pot
Be really cool if that’s another plant. Just keep in mind that a LOT of plants sprout looking like that. Has that dirt been outside at all? Could a weed (no pun intended lol) have been introduced? Best bet would be to remove it, and treat it like a seedling. Let it grow and see what ya got! Keep us posted!!!
It was outside on conrete in the sun for like 3 hours? I might remove it and put in a seperate pot
I would totally treat it like a newborn! Hope it all works out!!!
It’s not a pot plant. It’s a random spore that landed in your pot. I pluck them from my outdoor plants all the time.
Took me a while to find it in your pic but I’m 100% positive. Sorry
Its no big deal if its not but woulda been cool if it was haha, just looks identical when that one first popped
Probably some grass seed u really dont get that lucky kn life
I had two white widow auto flowers, the same type of plant from my first and second grows, sprout from reused soil that I was using over the summer for my LA confidential. It’s a good omen!
Well u have magical soil then Bc cannabis is a one and done. Unless u accidentally dropped a seed that somehow didn’t germinate through the entire previous grow or your previous plant seeded and dropped one off the plant into the magic soil it is impossible for a regular cannabis plant to “regenerate” or regrow from leftover roots.
There is one exception to this rule, one of the only perennial cannabis strains available. Forever Buds plants are said to continue to produce cannabis for many years after their first harvest. However, you can only get those, very expensive, seeds from one supplier. And even they won’t grow back if u chop the whole thing down.
Certainly it came from seed - whether it was two of the three that didn’t germinate in my first grow or, more likely, some rogue seeds that formed in WWA buds during my first or second grows - it was an unexpected bonus either way.
A seed would have germinated during a grow. U use way too much water for it not to have. U said at first it was used soil but it looks like there is a plant in the soil now, no? Twins can happen for sure but usually a lot closer in age.
Yes, in that photo there is a young adult fem’d LA Confidential being pushed aside. I used the soil from my first and second grows to fill up the 10-gallon it went in after being in a solo-cup. About two weeks after the transplant, that little lady and a second one poked through. I transferred them to they own pots and they autoflowered about a month later.
I dont know how u could have possibly gone thru an entire grow of watering the plant and not have those seeds germinate if they were going to…
It’s definitely more likely, if not a certainty, that the WWA’s I grew seeded a little and those seeds made their way into the soil and lay dormant until potted with the LA.
Did u find seeds? That’s a major plus if u did. That means u know they are viable.
I never found seeds. Every now and then I’d be smoking a bowl and I’d smell one, but I never actually found any that I could pick out and I had like 16 jars of them.
Is it me or are them fab 10gals molded up green?
They were covered in algae I think.