How to use urb natural to germinate cannabis seeds

How to use urb natural to germinate cannabis seeds

URB Natural was created for Cannabis by the Award winning, critically acclaimed scientific team at SumaGrow® — University studies, independent testing facilities, government agencies, double-blind field trials, YOU NAME IT!! . The SumaGrow® results have been replicated hundreds of times across hundreds of different plant species. We proudly display the SumaGrow® Inside logo on our label because of the unrivaled, worldwide impact their creations have had on the agricultural market.

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organisms with complementary functionalities. Offering results you will NOTICE throughout the life of the plant being treated.

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Humalite Derived Liquid Humates

Our microbial formulation is suspended in a triple screened, 12% humic acid carrier, stabilized at a balanced pH of 7.0, which allows it to effectively work in all mediums & irrigation systems. These humates act as a carbon food source for our chosen microbial set, are high in organic matter and
contain micronutrients, such as calcium, magnesium, zinc and manganese. Our Humates come to the factory as OMRI Listed and are derived from Humalite not Leonardite. Humalite is a name given to the humate material deposited in Alberta, Canada. It is singled out because the material has a different composition and is not derived from Lignite. It is derived from weathered sub-bituminous coal, and opposite of leonardite, it was formed in a fresh water environment, not a salt water one.

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When humalite is harvested, the resulting final product averages 87% humic acid. Each batch is individually tested to ensure that it maintains the quality and guaranteed 80% humic acid content that it is known for. This means more humic and fulvic acid content, and considerably less of the undesired ash and heavy metals that are found in Leonardite. An example of heavy metal content from a leonardite derived Humic/Microbial product can be seen below.

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Humates Matter

The main benefits of Humic Acids are that they stimulate microbiology, enhance the uptake of nutrients, and condition the soils paramaters such as Carbon, pH, CEC. All of this works to create a fertile soil environment where the seed can germinate easier and produce a high yielding, nutrient dense crop.

CANNABIS IS GREAT AT PHYTOREMEDIATION OF HEAVY METALS FROM CONTAMINATED SOILS. THE PROBLEM IS. IT DOES NOT METABOLIZE THESE METALS

A competing microbial product has at LEAST 30mg OF HEAVY METAL CONTENT .. This is because of the Leonardite or Lignite derived source of humate they are using for their humic acid content . Per the manufacture recommended 5g or 1tsp application rates. 18.48mg of Copper (unchelated) 7.5 mg of Nickel (causes blindness) and 4.3 mg of Lead (known toxin and possible carcinogen) JUST TO NAME THREE. These metals are not metabolized by the plant in the forms that they are presented in this product. This means the Cannabis plant ( great at phytoremediation ) will rapidly absorb, but not use, these metals. Eventually, the metals make it to your flower and studies done on tobacco show that after incinerating and inhaling. it makes it into your lungs and into your body. CLICK THESE LINKS TO GO TO THE CDFA OR ODA PRODUCT REGISTRATION WEBSITE TO LOOK UP CONTENTS OF PRODUCTS YOU MAY CURRENTLY BE USING. DO YOUR RESEARCH, GROW CLEAN CANNABIS.

What is TRULY the best way to germinate seeds?

Ok, so this is a question that gets asked a lot, every season. The trouble is so far as I’ve seen it often gets answered with speculation, contradictions, and strongly held weak opinions.

Has anyone put to the test side by side the different methods?
Which one truly leads to a higher germination rate?

Roger A. Shrubber
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i’ve tried starter cubes, wet paper towels in a container, rockwool, . now what i do is make up a gallon of water with about 50ppm of bloom food, and 3 ml of 30% h2o2 in it. i plant my seeds in my medium (peat and perlite in my case) about an inch deep, and water them with the mix i made. after i’ve gotten them wet good the first time, i use a dropper and just keep the center where the seed is damp. they usually pop in 3-5 days, and have pushed off the shell and membrane pushing themselves out of the peat. i’ve had them take up to ten days to pop, if they take longer than that, i just consider it a weak seed and write it off, but it doesn’t happen often, maybe one out of 20

macsnax
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There’s really more than one method that works. Drop em in soil, paper towel, peat pellets, etc. It really comes down to personal preference. I’ve had good success with all. It comes down to technique, skill, and patience. And forget about humidity domes, most people having trouble germing seeds is because of them things.
There’s other methods for old seeds but that’s another discussion.

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Walter9999
Well-Known Member

24 hour water soak in a dark place. I stir it after the first 12+- hours to see if the seed sinks. then after the total of 24hrs I plant it in a solo cup. nothing more. g/l

jonsmith2012ad
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Ok, so this is a question that gets asked a lot, every season. The trouble is so far as I’ve seen it often gets answered with speculation, contradictions, and strongly held weak opinions.

Has anyone put to the test side by side the different methods?
Which one truly leads to a higher germination rate?

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mo841
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In the pee hole is by far the beat way. I heard thats how they do it down in mexico. There is a thread around here somewhere with the specifics of the technique.

Roger A. Shrubber
Well-Known Member

In the pee hole is by far the beat way. I heard thats how they do it down in mexico. There is a thread around here somewhere with the specifics of the technique.

KryptoBud
Well-Known Member

In the pee hole is by far the beat way. I heard thats how they do it down in mexico. There is a thread around here somewhere with the specifics of the technique.

Just wait until you have to explain getting 10 seeds in there to a doctor, it’s a long embarrassing night.

godboss
Member

Ok, so this is a question that gets asked a lot, every season. The trouble is so far as I’ve seen it often gets answered with speculation, contradictions, and strongly held weak opinions.

Has anyone put to the test side by side the different methods?
Which one truly leads to a higher germination rate?

After one of my NL’s went all hermie on me cause I bumped her light schedule accidentally..I collected about 50 seeds and used them to practise growing seedlings in different ways..
I found that the simplest way worked best..tap water at room temp (let stand for 4 hours to vape off the chlorine) in a glass cup or jar..drop seeds into it..put it into a dark drawer that you don’t open very much..let seeds float on the water in total dark for 12 – 14 hours..then take it out of the drawer and gently try to push the seeds under the water with your finger..( make sure you wash and rinse hands first)..some of the seeds will sink to the bottom of the glass when you do this..don’t worry if they all don’t sink..or even if any of them sink. More often than not none of them will..put the jar of water and seeds back into the drawer for 2 more hours..no longer. (if the seeds stay in longer than 16 hours they can drown) by the 16 th hour take the seeds out of the drawer and gently carefully pour the contents of jar onto a clean folded in 1/2 paper towel in a bowl or plate..I find Tupperware containers work best..don’t let the seeds wash down the drain..carefully nudge the seeds onto the center of the paper towel (try not to pick up seeds with fingers..they squish easy and can be damaged at this point) and lift it out and place it on a different plate. Place another single piece of paper towel over the seeds while they are resting on the folded sheet and then pour some of the water from the other container they were just in onto the sheet..you should be able to see the shape of the seeds under the now damp top sheet. place this plate back into the drawer and keep it moist but not soaking wet.. The top sheet should be damp but the bottom sheet should not be sitting in a puddle of water..ever 6 hours put a few drops of water on the top sheet and chech that the bottom folded sheet is spongy wet but not so wet that seeds will drown..they need to get air but stay moist..leave them in the drawer for 4 to 5 days until tap root sprouts to at least half an inch. probably on day 4 or 5.. Put seed sprout into some dirt that you poked a hole in 1″ down in center of the pot. make sure seed pod is up and tap root is opined straight down..then gently push soil in around it and lightly push about an 1/8 inch of soil over top of it..spray water the pot . don’t soak it. Just wet the soil until it darkens..put the pot under a cfl light a few inches from it and mist water it twice a day..your seedling will pop through the soil in a day or two..don’t over water just light misting..adjust the height of light as it grows..don’t let it touch the bulbs..don’t use LEDs..they will burn the seedling ..just use cfl ..fluorescent is best ..I find that for first week 18/6 works best and allows the plant to gain sugars in leaves through the dark cycle..after two weeks I throw it on 24/0and keep raising the light up to allow it to stretch a little..not more than 4 inches away with CFL..at 4 th week I move it over to LEDs on 18/6 or 24/0. good luck!

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How to use urb natural to germinate cannabis seeds

While the idea of microbial inoculants for stimulating crop production is not new, careful and deliberate design of a formulation to contain multiple, naturally occurring phylogenetic groups of organisms with complementary functionalities and noticeable effects from seed to final flush, with little or no need for added chemical fertilizers and pesticides is innovative.

URB Sciences believes the design of the URB product line is better than any of its competitors since it takes a holistic, synergistic approach to boosting crop yields and decreasing inputs in a sustainable manner. The documented benefits achieved with URB are clearly better than any known competitor.

All liquid formulations are Certified Organic

CERTIFIED ORGANIC HUMALITE DERIVED HUMATE CARRIER:
Our precision engineered microbial formulation is suspended in a triple screened 12% humic acid carrier, stabilized at a balanced pH of 7.0, which allows it to effectively work in all mediums and growing systems.These humates act as a carbon food source for the microbial formulation, are high in organic matter and contain micronutrients, such as calcium, magnesium, zinc and manganese.

Species:
-Bacillus subtilis
-Bacillus lichenformis
-Bacillus subtilis subsp. spiziizeni
-Bacillus pumilus
-Bacillus megaterium
-Trichoderma harzianum

Applications:
hydroponic, soilless, or soil based container growing applications