1 seed, 2 roots & 2 stems... Advice?

Last week my seed germinated with two tap roots. Now there are two stems growing from one seed… I worry the second stem will compete for nutrients, and impact the root system… On the flip side, I’m like, “cool! double the plant!”

Any advice?

Thanks you

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Well that’s neat, maybe? Never heard of that.

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Sounds like a conjoined twin!

I’d just let it grow out as normal and see what happens

Welcome @roninfx

Keep us posted on this one. I’d like to see it’s progress! :+1:

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I recently had similar experience. My advice is let both grow. If notice nutrient deficiency, cut the weak 1 out. I wonder if it could be 1 male and 1 female? Maybe could breed?

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@roninfx hey! You totally may have snagged a twin! Which is pretty neat. Keep an eye on here colors and how much they want to eat. You just may need to feed them more than other plants! - Kronic

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I’ve only seen that once in forty years of growing.

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I had four seeds do that on my last grow. I seperated the twins when I potted them from starter pods.

2 of the them were runts but still flowered and did decent. The other 2 sets of twins were identical and both did very well.

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Just sprouted one with a double tap root.
Thought I was going to get twins. I thought wrong.

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