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- Casual toker
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i just havested about a week ago and i got lots of seeds. and i was thinking on a normal plant in the wild, it would drop its seeds around now, they would somehow get under the ground a little, and stay there all winter. unti its time to grow then they would start growing. so im thinking i might plant some of them now and then check on them when they should be starting to come up. i will keep some to do normaly to.
when will they grow naturaly like this in victoria australia?
and is this a good idea or not?
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marijuana is an annual plant an will not regrow every year
- Herbal Assassin
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Weedguru Higher wrote:marijuana is an annual plant an will not regrow every year
I think hes saying that in nature the plant will drop its seeds NOW, and when the growing season is optimal, they will sprout.
Not really true, but worth a shot, I guess. Most likely they will just sprout now and you will struggle keeping a plant alive in the summer heat.
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