All plants are free of restraints and I had to raise the lights again to get them 20" from the canopy. The light in the back is about 30" above the back of the canopy near the stem though. Let's see if this helps encourage stretch there.
It was a very good thing too as the stem on Zelda was pulling harder than the epidermis had strength to resist and the hemp wick was getting swallowed by the stem slowly. If left there I'd get either a interesting knuckle or a cut off top.
If I have to restraints height any more I'll bend over stems. They're almost all calyxes on the entire stem though. It's absolutely beautiful looking up close.
I moved Zelda a bit and rotated her to better keep her in the light and away from the walls.
I pruned off some leaves on Tulip as they just weren't looking well. Now that she's free to grow as she pleases let's see what she does.
The compost will be ready to add in the morning or tonight if I go in there and it's warmed up in the bag finally.
Overall the plan is to add little to no extra nutrients to the soil and to add structure back in where it is lacking.
Pictures to follow once I give them some extra time to adjust.
Overall humidity is climbing steadily. The analog hygrometer says it's 40% humidity and 80f. The one attached to Tulip's box is saying it's 34% and 79f last I saw.
Whoops I meant to post this in my main journal
@toastyjakes mind helping me move this post over?