(Doesn’t look like the seed-hat is on it): (Have you checked it out daily at this point, if it hasn’t moved from here I would investigate in the coco-pod): (The Bubbler giving the coco-pod sprits of water to moisten it in Germination):? (EarlyVeg. is coming to dry the coco-pod out and is there a tap-root at all below the coco-pod to be searching for the water):?
Your cannabis seeds have popped and will start sprouting into a little seedling! However, your seedling is very susceptible right now to a serious problem that many other plants face in their early stages called damping-off. This is a serious condition that causes the rotting of your plant stem and root tissues at and below the surface of the CoCo Pod which can kill your seeds, seedlings, and clones.
There are many precursors for damping-off such as high humidity levels, planting your seed too deep, and poor soil drainage. However, the main culprit for damping-off is overwatered and poorly aerated growing mediums. That is why during the second week of growth, the Grobo only fills to the Low Fill line in order to fight against damping off while still providing your cannabis moisture and nutrients by aerating the water.
That is very possible, its not too uncommon to grow twins. Let her grow awhile to be sure. If it turns out they will have to be separated later.
Other than that I wouldn’t worry about the embryonic Cotyeledons (first two leaves that are smooth and one bent) they will die off anyway.
Ok, first you’ll have to make a decision on keeping them both or just one.
Having space is usually an issue, can’t keep them together because the roots will entwine and one will usually kill the other.
You could put one in soil and try and grow him out but with it not being summer you’ll need proper lighting.
You could buy a seedling tray with a dome and light like I did for clones… But time will still be an issue because you just started flower stage and that takes a couple weeks then flush and dry stages. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AKKU71M/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o09_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
So if you choose to separate them just use your shears and try not to cut into the stem of the one your keeping.
If you decide to keep them both youll have to make sure the bottom of the one your moving out has white root heads on it when you cut sorta like this…
This is why I suggested you let it grow out a bit so its easier to see where to cut and it has a root if your keeping it.