This is my first grow ever and I choose to do it indoors. I Started on June 9th 2017 it is as of today Aug 12th 2017. So for 2 months it has been growing. I'm going to be detailed as possible I would like some feedback as to whether the size is okay or what I could be possibly doing wrong to stunt the growth as I think it should be much larger. Pictures will be attached. For this grow I found a seed in a bag of some local stuff I picked up. I bought fox farms ocean forest soil and big bloom nuets from them. I started off in a 32-44oz sized subway plastic drink cup. About 2-3 weeks into where the seedling started growing its sugar leaves after the cotyledons were fully developed I transplanted it to a 1 gallon pot which I drilled 3 big holes into the bottom of and attached large brass smoking screens for filters when draining excess water but keeping in the soil. My watering cycle is every 3-4 days I water it one pint worth of water "in example a drinking bottle of water worth". Every other watering cycle has big bloom nuets. So ill water it today with nuets then in 4 days water it again with no nuets then next time after with nuets. Fan is kept on it low 24/7 for fresh air and strengthening. I use a full spectrum led bulb which is only 18 watts. So my question is with all the information given is this a good size for being 2 months in? Should it be bigger? If so what is the cause of the slow growth. Is the grow bulb not strong enough? Would you recommend a 60watt GE Blue grow bulb from walmart? I dont want to drop 100$+ atm for a 500watt hps or full spectrum hanging lamp for just one plant. I could see getting it for more then one plant. Feedback and suggestions greatly appreciated. The plant looks pretty healthy to me for a first time grow just concerned about the height of the plant and if the light I have is even powerful enough for this one plant as it seems it should be way taller and bushier to me. The strain the seed came from is Lemon Skunk atleast thats what I told the bud was when I got it but you know how people are these days they can hand you 100 diff types of buds and all say they are the same kind so I never really pay attention to strain names unless it comes from a dispensary or seed bank which my next grow will be auto flower.