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#1 Brendo

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Posted Today, 12:28 PM

Hi there,

I have approx 200 x T. Spachianus seed in need of a home. I'm chasing hybrid/rare Trich seed or even a few Loph seeds if anyone's interested in throwing a trade together. May be interested in brocolli seed too or any other healthy vegies requiring little maintennance.

If you have nothing to trade but are interested in some spach seed, pm me and I'll send 50 your way :)

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Posted Today, 04:16 PM

a damn good use for spach seeds is add 'em to your morning bowl of oatmeal or eat 'em like chia seeds...I must have 50,000 or more of them & thats what I do with 'em


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#3 Brendo

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Posted Today, 05:50 PM

Wow so they're that abundant?

I might do the same, i eat chia seeds in my morning yoghurt.

I guess that beats throwing them in the bin, I have no room to grow them so germinating only to neglect would be cruel.

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Posted Today, 06:38 PM

How long do Spach seeds take to germinate?



#5 Brendo

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Posted Today, 07:10 PM

No clue I'd say the average 1-2 weeks. I just had a batch of J3 x Psycho0 seeds germinate in just under a week. (Thankyou Upside) :)