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seeds gone ?????

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by hunter123, Sep 11, 2017.

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    hunter123

    hunter123 Member

    well put my seeds in paper towel and had about 1 inch roots on them ,then stuck them in dirt . well 3 days later no pop up so i look for them and every one of them where gone .. not to be found any where. looked like there might have been something digging in them. so could it be a mouse or soe kind of bug... thanks for any help
     
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    Buba Blend

    Buba Blend Well-Known Member

    Not knowing anything about your soil or your grow, the most likely reason if none of them popped is that they did not have enough water near the root and they dried out and died, not likely to be a bug or animal at that stage.
     
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    hunter123

    hunter123 Member

    na not the soil or water problem,ive been doing this for 15 years and never had a prob like this. i brought some home and they popped up just fine and are still doing good. my guess is a mouse ??????
     
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    macsnax

    macsnax Well-Known Member

    Indoors or out? I've had birds eat my seeds before.
     
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    Bugeye

    Bugeye Well-Known Member

    Crikey, I think it was a dingo ate your babies. Here's some info to help:

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    The dingo (Canis dingo[8][9][10] or Canis lupus dingo[4]) is a type of feral dog[11] native to Australia. The dingo is the largest terrestrial predatorin Australia, and plays an important role as an apex predator. While dingoes are often a threat to livestock, their depredation on rabbits, kangaroos and rats can be a net benefit to pastoralists, and is considered a cultural icon by some Australians.

    The introduction of the dingo is seen by many as being responsible for thylacine extinction on the Australian mainland about two thousand years ago,[12] although a recent study challenges this view.[13] Dingoes have a prominent role in the culture of Aboriginal Australians as a feature of stories and ceremonies, and they are depicted on rock carvings and cave paintings.[14]

    The dingo's habitat ranges from deserts to grasslands and the edges of forests. Dingoes will normally make their dens in deserted rabbit holes and hollow logs close to an essential supply of water. Despite being an efficient hunter, it is listed as vulnerable to extinction. It is proposed that this is due to susceptibility to genetic pollution: a controversial concept according to which interbreeding with domestic dogs may dilute the dingo's unique adaptations to the Australian environment.

    The dingo has been seen as a species of the dog genus (Canis dingo) a subspecies of wolf (Canis lupus dingo), a type of dog at the sub-specific level (perhaps Canis lupus familiaris var. "dingo"). The term dingo (taxon) has been also used to refer to a branch of related dogs from neighboring regions such as New Guinea and southeast Asia to which the Australian dingo belongs.
     
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    macsnax

    macsnax Well-Known Member

    Lol
     
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    hunter123

    hunter123 Member

    indoors
     
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    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    Odd. May have rotted.

    No reason to use a paper towel. Just put them in soil and lightly water.
     
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    Orlando737

    Orlando737 Well-Known Member

    Agreed, probably rotted in the towel. Do as whitebb2727 said. Its natural anyway, less hassle.
    Good luck..:peace:
     
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    Buba Blend

    Buba Blend Well-Known Member

    I disagree, yes it is possible that it rotted but he said he has been doing this for 15 years, who rots out 3 germinated seedlings and puts them in soil after 15 years of doing it? Seems unlikely IMO.
    If they were healthy and then moved to soil, it would be really hard to kill it with being to wet before it popped out.
    What I don't get is how someone who has done this for 15 years is asking such a basic question and leaving such a vague original post, not stating anything about his skills in the 1st post. This is lame, chatting with someone who tells little info in the OP. Leaving us guessing if he is a newbie when he says he has 15 years of experience. 15 years, Bull Shit!
     
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    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    I meant they rotted in the soil not the paper towel.

    There are also a pest that will eat them. Not sure what they are. Little white things. They will eat a embryo.
     
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    hunter123

    hunter123 Member

    the roots did not dry out .they looked good when i put them in the dirt . just like always.well the reason im asking a basic newbie question is because i never had this problem before they always popped up and did fine.
     
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    hunter123

    hunter123 Member

    never thought of fungus gnats, thanks bro.. ill check tomorrow.
     
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    hunter123

    hunter123 Member

    didnt think it was a hard question, i asked what would eat or kill your seeds after they get an inch of roots on them. if you didnt know then you should have said anything . thanks anyways.
     
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    Buba Blend

    Buba Blend Well-Known Member

    You are right, I was bitchy!
     
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    hunter123

    hunter123 Member

    no prob, i just needed a answer fast cause im done to my last 6 or 7 seeds. the one i took home are just plain ole bag seed. . bummer .lol..
     
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    hunter123

    hunter123 Member

    not fungus gnats , it was and prob more in there but its mice. took the ones i had at home and the little fuckers ate my leaves off.so they was digging up my seeds and eating the leaves off the ones that did sprout. going to do some killing tomorrow night lol...
     
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    DannyBlaze2

    DannyBlaze2 Active Member

    Did you cover your cup with plastic and a rubber band? If not maybe they didn't take hold and die:eyesmoke:
     
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    *BUDS

    *BUDS Well-Known Member

    Sounds like it is mice or rats. The husk should be there or close by if it is rodents as they dont eat the husk.
    Get a dome for now and clean your fucking house up a bit more and put some traps out .
     
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    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    Its not a gnat. I'm not sure what they are. I've seen them before. They eat the root and embryo. The shell would still be there.

    If the shell is gone it may have been mice.
     

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