The girls in the flowering chamber look great. They’ve really taken off in the last few days, and buds are forming everywhere. Checked the pH of the soil mix and found it between 6.0 and 6.5 for the most part. Moisture is still up around 7 and I haven’t watered since the transplant. Raised the lamp up another six inches or so to keep up with plant growth.
The transplant was obviously a little over-due. Now that the plants have ample soil in which to grow, Ganji doesn’t have to water as much. The soil pH is down a little, right around where it should be, and the plants are beginning to flower rapidly. As you can see, hanging the lamp on chains is allowing Ganji to keep the light as close to the plants as possible without causing any damage. It’s the little details that can often make or break a good garden. --MAX
Lost another clone today. Looks like a few more are starting to show signs of growth though. Those that are already established are developing rapidly and will need to be transplanted soon. Separated the well-established clones from the others into their own tray and watered them. Left the rest alone as they were damp enough. Rotated the trays under the lights.
The clones are three weeks old now. Those that haven’t turned the corner yet, probably won’t. Those that have are well on their way. Transplanting them soon is definitely in order. We’ve seen how fast these plants can grow and how quickly they can become root bound. Until then, separating them from the others is a good idea as they will need more frequent watering than the rest. --MAX