@Worcestershire_Farms, I decided to go ahead and transplant all three of the Durban Poison into the bed, once we have males I'll take clones and collect some pollen. I may make a few F2, not sure yet.
They look a little stressed at the moment, but should snap out of it in a day or two. Transplanting disturbed the soil more than I would have liked, but it did give me an excuse to check out what's going on in there. I used a knife to cut the hole, then lifted out the soil rather than compacting it with a trowel. Each hole was crawling with worms big and small. Some soil mites and a couple fungus gnats were all buzzing about, truly a living soil.
My mother's are due for a trim soon, don't you think?
I planted a Blueberry seed a few days ago, but its not coming up yet. Ill give it another week or so before planting something else.The clover is, however, coming up now. The SIP is working well, the soil is nice and evenly watered. The cabinet gets water only in the bottom, then gets teas lightly sprayed from the top. I need to fix the elbow on the back, it's rattling when the cabinet is completely closed.luckily I can keep it slightly ajar for now.