Zelda's topsoil is dry 1.5" down, so looking like I'll be watering again tomorrow. Very good root development at the surface if the topsoil. I ripped roots sticking my fingers in. closer to Zelda's base it's 1" down before I can feel moisture. She has something happening to the leaves here. Just a couple leaves rn, but I'm not sure what the deficiency is she's showing me.
The rest of the pots soil looks nice, so I think I just didn't soak her long enough to fully saturate all of her soil. She got the same 1 hour soak time as the 3 gallon pots. She's in a 7 gallon pot. I'm thinking I'll leave her in the water until she's looking wet on the surface adding water as needed to keep her soaking up all the water. I'll let her drain as fully as I can before I put her on the makeshift base to soak up excess water that's still dripping before they go into the tent again. The 3 gallon pots were allowed to drain out of the tent before the last few drops per minute rate happened. They still let go of water once they went in the tent, so that can be playing a part. I can't wait to get some compost to add to the soil and later on grabbing some worms to add in my pots directly.
Daisey is doing really well today. She's bulked up a decent amount and is making nice big buds per site now. I added ewc to her topsoil before watering.
Now as for Midna she's doing extremely well considering she had my phone dropped on her a day ago before watering and flattened her flush with the soil immediately after I had sprayed her leaves to keep them moist and happy while her pot is drying. It may have worked out perfectly as she was getting a bit Woody before that. She's seemingly growing fast like she didn't mind that much. Good vigour on this one. She looks happy despite the taco tips from what appears to be heat stress.
Tulip looks very Happy where she's at now and once I gave her water she perked up and started growing fast. If I had more lights I'd give them all a bigger pot and mix in compost with the soil before the last transplant, but next grow I guess.
I put in the other hygrometer in the tent so the lucky 7s could have their own one. The humidity is different in different spots of the tent.
I have to get things lined up before my 3rd grow starts. At least a month after this grow finishes is when I may be able to restart my grow.
I want to get things lined up first before I get another grow going. At least 8 QB in there. A easily drained stand for the pots. Definitely a proper way to water from the bottom. I need to get a better way to get the humidity in check both up and down.
Otherwise my next grow is going to be a windowsill grow while I'm not able to between this and my next proper grow.
Here's the basil pot too. Might end up with something helpful by the end of the grow or I'll be nurturing them for my windowsil herb garden. Create a pest free zone in my place before the next grow.