Hello, city. I've been on the boards for a while now. I have two *semi* successful grows under my belt that I started and ended with limited knowledge of what I was doing. After those two grows, I scrapped everything and started reading. Now after starting my third but first well thought out grow, I see how amazing of a difference it makes to have the right knowledge. I now understand why alot of the pros on here get so pissed at the noobs who come looking for free advice. I've put in literally hundreds of hours of research and it definitely shows. Anyways, here starts my grow journal. There won't be any pictures until tomorrow afternoon but I wanted to get all the specs out of the way tonight so y'all could tune in for the good part tomorrow. Most of my genetics are "stolen" from Cali Medical bagseeds. Here's what I have: VEG Strains: Reserva Prevada's Purple Wreck Greenhouse Seed Co's White Widow (male-using for breeding purposes) Bagseed strain labeled as "Fruity Pebbels" from one of the clubs in Cali Currently germing: 1 Raspberry (probably the dankest I've ever had in my life) 1 "Mr. Nice" I still have two strains on reserve, only known as what they were labeled from Cali "Dragon" and "Bubblegum" Lights: 240 Watts of CFL power-homemade light fixture 40 Watts fluorescent over my homemade bubble cloner Nutes and soil: FFOF Currently only using Liquid Karma for veg as all my plants not in flower are very young. FLOWER 2 grow areas- One ScrOG in a homemade cabinet One flowering room for whatever I deem necessary Strains: 5 PWs (3 I'm fairly confident are male) One ScrOG with the Fruity Pebbels under it Nutes: B' Cuzz Bloom for early flowering plants Soon to add a combo of PBP Bloom along with other products Lights: 400 Watt HPS in the homemade ScrOG 600 Watt Hortilux HPS Fans: 4'' ?170? cfm in the ScrOG 6'' 440 cfm can fan hooked up to the 600 Watt I'm sure there's alot I forgot, but I'll include anything I forgot in my update tomorrow. This was mostly just me being lazy and not wanting to write this novel when I make my post tomorrow. And just a preface to these pictures... The Fruity mother to be is one of the most amazing looking plants I've ever seen in my life. I think she deserves to be in high times. She's my pride and joy and I can't wait to show her to you. Get ready for the good part come noon tomorrow my friends. Can't wait to get to know some of you and get all the help I can in my grow.