So a few weeks ago, I decided to throw a bagseed into a party cup with dirt and see how far it would go. Turns out dirt, atleast the kind I had, doesn't work too well because after a week under a light and the sun, it only had the two leaves it starts off with and nothing else. So about 3 weeks ago, I noticed my neighbor had a bag of Miraclegrow on his porch and I took some, put it in a new cup and germed a new seed. Actually had the seed germing in a napkin in a a closed container under my bed for about 4 days before I remembered and when I got to it, the root was all silky and stuff. I planted it anyways and within a day I was already seeing growth. Now its almost 3 weeks since I planted it and its growing very well. Way past my expectations because I have it under a very, very small CFL in my closet. I think it was either 8 or 13 watts. Some low number like that. Anyways, here are the facts so you can get an idea of the growing conditions. The plant is on a 24/0 cycle. It receives direct sunlight from about 3:45 to 6-6:30 because I get off work at 3 and since my backyard has no fence, I don't want to leave it outside for people to see. I'm off Friday and Saturday and I let it stay outside from 10 to about 6. I am not using any nutes. I am not using any ventilation. The water I am using for the plant is water that I mixed with some Miraclegrow and leave in the fridge. Don't ask where the idea came from because idk. I just did it when I first started and have been using it since. Doesn't seem to negatively affect the plant as far as I can tell. I water it every day/other day whenever the cup starts to feel lite and the soil isn't moist. The plant currently grows on a shelf in my closet that I moved so it could be closer to the light sticking out of the wall. As you can see this is a barebones setup. I didn't expect it to get this big to begin with so I didn't plan to spend any money. I do however have a 65 watt CFL (6400k, 3250 lumens) that I 'borrowed' from the maintenance department at work today and will be replacing that little bulb with it. And I'll get nutes soon. Now for the pics. This plant is 17-18 days old. The brown spots are from it touching the lightbulb. I took these pics yesterday. This is my first real grow so I appreciate comments and such. I'll get pics of my 'setup' up when I get home.