Whelp. the Divyder IS a girl.....took 9 seeds to find her and looks pretty good for 19 days old
She is a bit stretched because I didn't have the light close enough for her in her 1st 4 days of life though thats ok, she is around the same height as the trained Colorado Cookies
So the Jamaican Haze will have to wait especially seeing how I lost my raised grate when I put DBHP girls into the big pot of soil
Once the older CC is done, the tomato seedlings will be big enough to put 1 in her place, Candy Dawg auto will take the younger CC's place and the Divyder will have to be moved (probably next door) to make room for some lettuce........ I may have an addiction
Anyhow, I up-potted the Lucky's into their 3" pots...they could have all waited another week though losing the cotleydon's, they needed soil with a little bit of nutrients so they don't get lazy with the growth drenches
The soil for the 3" pot went in dry then watered the seedlings in with 4 Tb along the outside edge of the pot only 1 tsp at a time...the new soil will pull it towards the middle so we are not over watering after something as stressful to the roots as up-potting
After every transplant, I like to give a dark period immediately so the roots can settle in before being required to work again.....
Lucky 7's after their 6 hr dark period
and the Lucky Charms
Altogether with Black x Champagne girl (up-potted 2 days ago and over watered)
They will all share this area until the DBHP girls with Boy #2 seeds are done in about a week or so. For now, they will all be ignored for the next 6 days except to check their temp occasionally to ensure they aren't too cold (below 70F) or hot (above 85F).....this includes skipping their 1st growth drench slotted for Monday. Why so long? Because they NEED to settle in (~2 days), dry out (~3 days) and have their roots search for water as they repair themselves before they are rewarded with water.
In other news, Lucky Charms F3's arrived and will be starting them in a tiny propagation chamber as soon as I move plants/clones around in my makeshift veg/holding area to temporarily squeeze them in