Hey Grasscity! I'm starting a PC grow box for fun. It's just a bag grow right now from some very good dank I had a few weeks ago and I've attached a picture of my plant. She (hopefully) sprouted above ground about a week ago. I was hoping you'd be able to tell me if it looks reasonable for a 1 week old plant and if anything immediately sticks out as problematic to you. I've noticed that the one cotyledon has yellowed which I've read isn't reason for a huge amount of concern but might just mean the plant is growing. If it fully dies I'll clip it off with something sterile. Additionally the stalk is purple-red which again I've read may be simply genetic but could be indicative of a phosphorous deficiency. I'll also give you a run down of what I've been doing with it. Keep in mind that this is more of a fun experiment than a hardcore grow and I'm okay with not having everything perfect so long as the plant is in decent health. Soil: 40% potting mix and 60% composted wood (we had a woodpile sitting in the woods for several years and cleared it recently; there was about a foot of rich red and black soil underneath) Lighting: Two 1450lumen 6500K CFL's I've been keeping about 2-3" from the plant. I have it loosely surrounded in foil to reflect as much back as possible (large computer case is being shipped to me at the moment) Water: I mist it 3-4times/day and keep the soil moist. It's planted in a solo cup sitting in a bowl which I fill with about half an inch of water once a day to keep humidity up. (Will be moving to ceramic pot once the case comes.) I use water that's been through my Brita filter because we have fairly hard water here. Food: I haven't fed it anything yet and it's happy in the soil insofar as I can tell. I'm going to compost some fruit and maybe some fish to add to the soil later in its life. Air: I keep my apartment around 70F. The plant is on a desk right now and while there is no active ventilation on it right now the air is by no means stagnant. I open my windows frequently and there is plenty of room for fresh air to flow around the foil and get to the plant. I might invest in a small fan to keep the stalk strong and I'm definitely going to need one (with a filter) for the flowering stage in the box. Final question: is the activated carbon in a common aquarium filter sufficient for filtering smell? I was going to make a DIY filtering system inside the case. Any and all advice is appreciated; let me know if you need any more information before providing advice! Stay chill, guys.