I was given some diatomaceous earth and some bioneem. I foliar fed them last night after lights out and they responded extremely well. They're showing roots near the surface. So I buried them with small mounds up to the starter leaves.
The soil was saying little damp at first. But it dried out by the end of the day. I have the next gallon of water ready when the topsoil is dry. I'll have to get one of those aquarium stones to add oxygen.
I installed new lights last night also. Got a good deal on 5000k LED bulbs. I'll be upgrading this as I go. Eventually I might head up to a place I can grow safely outdoors to see how they flourish. I just need to get my buddy with a truck to bring me if they get too big to keep indoors.
Here's last nights pic.
Here's today. I have a interesting looking stem on one.
They got a dusting of diatomaceous earth on the leaves to help keep the gnats off while the cilantro grows. The garlic chive will help also, but I plan on expanding this up at a place my buddy is letting me use. Large area and private area free from people. It has power if we want to make a green house, so I can do hydro.
It's lights out for the girls. They're already starting to smell like weed pretty strong.
Here's the last picture before they went to bed. I foliar fed them. They were growing roots just under the surface of the soil, so I made mounds up to just under the starter leaves.