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Aldanil started grow question 3 years ago
From what point on do you start counting days and weeks? From the day you put the seed in the starting plug? (less likely), the day she sprouts? the day she show her first true leaves? the day you repot her?
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Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi Aldanil, welcome on GD. You can keep it as you want as long its logic. Personally for me is day one when the seedlings head is cracking through the soil. Then the Fun begins and iam counting day 1. i cahnge the weeks on that day too.My Plants did it most time sundays so i do my Updates on sunday or tell when next week starts. But ist your descision... happy growing
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello ! My taught : Day one is when the seed get out the soil or when you see cotyledons (generally the same day) . For breeders / seeds company : When the 1st "true leaves" appear ( just after cotyledons). Hope it will help you :+1::grin:
mad_scientist answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello @Aldanil ! Normally day one is considered the day that the seed sprouts and comes out of the soil but as you can see the growers have slightly different opinions about it . Anyway, if you are growing photo periods and not autos you don't have to worry about counting except from the time you switch to flowering mode. Happy growing ! :facepunch:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
I start counting when they first set of true leaves appear, usually that happens the day after the seedling brakes soil.
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Aldanil! In my opinion day 1 should be the day when the seed pops out of the medium. :facepunch:Happy growing
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
Hey there, for my autos i started the day i put them in a rapid rooter. But different people will do different things, some folks dont really start the diary until two three weeks after sprout others start from germination. Autos take so little time you kinda need to keep track of every week, but for photos especially in soil the first few weeks can seem boring. I kind of enjoy seeing the little ones go so much progress ! It's up to you and whatever helps you cross the finish line at the end of the day - hope this helps !
DudeGrowsWeed answered grow question 3 years ago
Personally I’ve always felt that day 1 should start when the seed sprouts. But I’ve seen “seed to harvest” advertised by several breeders, which to me indicates the day the seed was planted. I’m not sure if there is really a right or wrong answer to this question. But I would add that I’ve never harvested in the days/weeks advertised by breeders, it always takes longer in my experience. The plant will tell you when she’s ready, not the calendar. Hope this helps. Good luck!:+1: