Assistance with do-si-dos

Anyone here tried the do-si-dos strain yet. I could use some tips on how to get them to sprout. Thanks in advance. :v:

I can’t imagine there is any difference between strains when it comes to germination.

ILGM recommends soaking the seeds in water. When the tap root shows, transplant to soil (or whatever).

If my seeds haven’t sprouted in 24 hours, I move them to a paper towel in a sandwich bag. Usually they sprout within the next 24 hours.

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Currently growing 350 Duct Tapes at the farm. GG4 x Do-si-dos. Beautifule plant. Stong growth rate with very sturdy stalks. We have are running organic soil amd realt focus on the microbe life within.
The lowers will go crazy if you dont keep up on them. Super chucky dnugs with a heavy frosting. The terp profile smells amazing.
I can snap you a few photos mid next week.
Happy growing…

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I have tried soaking 5 so far and no sprout. I have soaked up to 72 hours with no successs. I will try your sugestion because at this point what else do I have to lose…Right… Thanks.

Try adding a bit of peroxide. I had to do that with a Super Skunk run.

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Yes, I did that also.

looking forward to the pic’s. Thanks.

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I would put seeds in wet paper towel place in zip lock the let sit n dark place for bout 2days

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put 1 in paper towel and zip loc between 2 paper plates about an hour ago. Thanks for the input.

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Now a day I simply put the seeds into soil. Keeping it danp and covered with a dome. About %95-100 germination rate.
Back in the day I would take an empy cd case. Put a danp paper towl inside with the seeds. Close the cd case for a few days in a dark location. It worked pretty well.
Happy growing…

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This thing what he said :point_up_2:

Are they not sinking at all I assume?

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they are sinking just not sprouting.

Same here, except I use coco. Wet the coco/soil, plant seeds, put in tent under lights to keep them warm (78-80F) no more water til after they sprout.

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Temperature? GSC strains have always been iffy germers for me