Hey guys! Just got back from a holiday in Europe and I'm really chompin at the bit to get a new grow going! My last grow, a Masterkush plant, was an total failure due to a serious imbalance in my soil mix. The poor girl didn't have a chance - according to the post mortem soil analysis I had professionally done, my nitrogen levels were extremely low, while the sodium, sulfur and manganese levels were off the charts! Lesson learned - from now on, I'll strictly follow soil mix recipes from trusted sources. Although I do have a few successful grows under my belt, I still consider myself a neophyte. This grow will be my first No Till grow and the soil mix is as per MOFO's recipe at the beginning of the the No Till Revisted thread. I am using my new 70 x 70 x 160 cm tent, a Mars Hydro II 400 LED, and growing in a 10 gallon (~ 38 liter) Geopot. This is planned to be a scrOG grow. I'm using a combination of sugar cane mulch as well as clover as a living mulch. This grow I'll be cultivating strain called GG Allin, an indica dominant strain from Southern Star Seeds. Here is a description of this strain: The most Indica dominant variety in the collection. The motherplant was a strain called Charles Cosby ( LA Affie x Deep Purple Doja) and the father was a Lapis Mountain Indica (Afghanistan Landrace Indica x Deep Chunk). This power hitting combination of Indica strains produces a very narcotic high, not for the faint hearted. Performs exceptionally well indoors in a variety of grow mediums, but stand back and give it room outdoors as it will take up all the space it can get. Just like its namesake was in the punk music scene, this is the real deal. Big yielder of frosty nugget badness. The seeds were planted on the 4th August, and today, the 9th, when I looked into the tent I was pleased to see that 3 out of the 4 seeds I planted have broken ground! And there's still hope for the 4th one. If you look closely at the photos, you will just make out the new seedlings in amongst the newly sprouted clover. Somehow I managed to plant two beans right next to each other . I hope it won't be too hard to separate them without harming them. The scrog screen hasn't been put on yet - you can see it off to the right resting against the tent wall. I'm looking forward to getting feedback from all you experienced no tillers and hopefully this grow will be a success.