Greets all. Been reading the forums for a bit and decided to start my own. Grew 5 bagseed in peat discs for a few days and transplanted them to 5 gals once I saw roots on the bottoms of their peat discs. It's about day 5, and I have two sets of a 65w 5k and a 50w 2700k giving light to plants as shown: (Will put pics up later) _______________ |X...................X| | .................... | | ..OO- ..... -OO | | ....... |X| ....... | | .. OO- .... -OO | | .................... | |X___________X| Where the X's are plants and the O's are my CFLs. It's about day 5 since sprouting. Even in the peat discs, there was one plant that grew before and faster than the others. Currently, the plant in the center is the biggest and greenest, and the other 4 on the outer edge are a paler green and one them looks like there's about to be the beginnings of yellowing in the very center of the leaf. Comments? I also have a sheet high covering of tinfoil to reflect light back. Its too dark without one and i already had the foil. For 230w of CFL it's pretty much daylight in there. I have some fish emulsifier 5-1-1 and some grammas molasses. I watered them today and made a fresh bucket of water to evaporate. However since my soil is 1-1-1 i'm guessing that they are trying to grow fierce and can't. I put 3 tablespoons of fish emulsifier and 4 teaspoons of molasses into the 4 gal of water and will begin that feeding cycle tomorrow if the dirt gets dry enough. For the sake of completeness, they grew on 20/4 in the peat discs, and once I transplanted them I switched it to 19/5 to give some more time to stretch their roots a bit. I'm also guessing that my strongest plant is also a different type from the other 4, as the biggest plant is bordering on twice the size, green hue, and fan leaf size. Temps avg 80F though i'm thinking it's off by 5-10F and should be around 72ish. Humidity avg's 45-55% (controllable). Lights are about 2-3 inches from plants. FYI: Molasses is thinner than honey, and fish emulsifier smells and looks like straight diarrhea. Cheers.