Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by Sour Wreck, Dec 22, 2017.
It's never been a problem for me since all seeds are in sealed jars with dessiccant packs.
I mostly keep mine refrigerated at 40F using jars with one .5 gram silica desiccant packet included, and have had no issues germinating after five years in storage. I keep an alphabetical spreadsheet with strain data, date acquired, etc.
thats what i do. i have successfully popped 15 yr old seeds with my storage method.
Lots of fire in that picture @vancityj.
What is it you do fridge or dark drawer? 15 yrs is good
dark, cool drawer.
not saying all my seeds that are that old will pop, but i have some blue moonshine seeds that are that old that i germ'd successfully a couple years ago.
Getting any to go at that age sounds good to me. I have old seeds that have been in the deep freeze in mason jars for 25 yrs that used to be the bomb. Don't know any strain names but I truly believe sum are old northern light crosses. May just have to see what they will do come spring
just added to my collection
Its gonna take 15 minutes to put the jars and two piece lids together.
I like it though.
Now I have find a little time to set it up.
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