Hey guys, finally a different question today. I'm trying to get some seeds sprouting and I put them in paper towel (wet of course) and they've been in there for a few days and still nothing. Are they duds? Sorry for the confusion everyone, I'm not growing weed (right now), these are seeds from a really hot pepper that my cousine grows in his garden down in the states.

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Kiteman9 years ago
What kind of seeds? Cress and mustard only take a day or three to germinate, but some seeds need to sit in the ground for months.
. If he's germinating what I think he's germinating, it should only take 24-48 hours, with heat.
Punkguyta (author)  NachoMahma9 years ago
Oh so they're duds? (lol really that is what I'm trying to grow).
. Never tried it, but I've heard that if you dump your seeds in a glass of water, the ones most likely to sprout will sink. . Also, select firm, dark seeds - light colored, mushy ones are supposedly immature. . Just what I've read; I don't have much of a green thumb.
Punkguyta (author)  NachoMahma9 years ago
well I did have them in water first and a few did sink, so I moved it to paper towel and nothing.
Ah, he's trying to grow some cress to go in his egg sandwiches.

After all, what else would a young man be trying to grow?
Punkguyta (author)  Kiteman9 years ago
That and maybe some delicious Tyme..you know..to make the time go slower.
Definitely not Cannabis, oh no, not ever!
Punkguyta (author)  Brennn109 years ago
Never ever, not a respectable Christian teenager ever ever ever.
After all, what else would a young man be trying to grow?

:-( I don't know, when I was young I grew chervil, Parsley, and ornamental hot peppers.
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