Cutting Germination

Start with premium seeds for a bumper crop! To germinate, seeds need water, heat and air. In good conditions, they germinate without light, in 2 to 7 days, at temperatures ranging from 21 to 31 °. During germination, the protective outer layer of the seed divides and a small germ appears. The cotyledon also emerges and rises in search of light. Seedlings need a minimum of 16 hours of light per day. The neon lights, which diffuse a cold light, are rich in blue spectrum, light which is very favorable to the rooting. The plants will therefore produce shorter and stockier branches. The seedling stage ends when foliage growth begins. The plants then need more space to grow and it is then time to transplant them in larger containers