He’s baaaackkk ...... Hi fine folks. As promised I am returning with another indoor, south facing window grow. My home life has stabilized enough to make another attempt! So over the next few days I’ll be reviewing my old notes and setting up the seedlings. I’ll be posting in near real time as I go. Compost is organic and and is a blend of premixed/commercial/organic compost, amendments & my own compost blends. I’ll explain as I go, or you can look at my first pandemic garden journal, and/or my organic compost thread here; Egg shells. Organic recycling. The important part to note is that I do not add any sort of fertilizers/additives as I grow. Although I do top dress with work castings when I transplant from seedling to 3/4 gallon pit, and again to 3 gallon pot (just the girls for the last transplant, kept males stay in 3/4 gallon pots). But basically I just water. This worked really well in my last attempt, but I had to cut the garden down before I could harvest. The girls were loving it though so I anticipate great results. The goals are low cost, low maintenance, high quality/quantity yields, seed stock and a wide variety of herb. No lights, no fans. Lets see what happens, shall we?