Woke up to check on the girls. Humidity could be better, but they don't appear to hate it. All I can think of is the song Do you want a Taco?!?!?! now looking at Midna it's stuck in my head now. It's not the best song, but damn if it's not catchy if you like metal. Speaking of I'll be adding a wireless speaker to the tent when I'm able. So far heavy metal is the genre I see the most improvement on. Girls after my heart LoL. Whenever I just crank the volume I can hear it if I go in the tent and zip it up. Overall though that tent is almost sound proof close up the vents and you can't hear a damn thing outside the tent even with concert level music blaring.
Zelda is showing what looks like phosphorus deficiency. Purple/black necrotic spots on the edges of a fan leaf with brown edge tips and splotchy leaves in a couple spots. A upper branch showed symptoms first and last night while I was sleeping the newest leaf did a thing. She's definitely wanting to flower very soon.
Also I see her leaves have white tips. Too close to the lights? I know she's nitrogen heavy rn, but I blame the dry pockets that just got moisture again spiking it too high in the end as when she went nitrogen toxic I'd just been feeding water for a bit. Girl is hungry though and I'm doing my best to listen to her needs while she's in recovery from her tops being basically folded at a right angle at the base. I should lessen the weight on that stem a bit I think
Tulip is focused on stretching, but otherwise she's not doing much else RN. I should train her out soon. I have things to do today though, so it'll have to wait. I have 20 to spend on the girls or on food. Still on the ball as I do need food and they have plenty, but they need a new bin for watering from the bottom the struggle is real today
Daisey was moved to the seedling spot to get closer to the light without lowering any more or figuring out how to raise her. She's 11" from the light for the last 10 hours and so far is happy. Just ignore the sloppy watering on her I'm clumsy and keep getting drops of water on her leaves and not catching it soon enough. Otherwise she's not doing bad and still has clear trichomes and next to no Amber at all. I'm not actually sure she has many cloudy ones yet either. Still have more time to watch her grow
Midna is finally straightened up and seems to be unaffected by the transplant. Almost as if she actually liked it a lot. I must have done it at the right time. I used a scoop of transplant powder after mixing in some frass, ewc, and acid loving fertilizer and moving the soil up evenly moistened and making her hole to sit in. I broke up the rootball a bit and let it hang with a air gap since I put a square peg into a round hole. It'll fill in eventually, but for now she's loving it.
Basil pot has been good and not needed any water still this whole time. Odd that that soil actually behaves like it should and nothing else will do the same