I have 4 WW girls that are grown from seed in soil in 5" pots under 400w lights, no nutes as yet, just Ph adjusted water, intake/outtake and stand alone fans, temp 80-90F, humidity 40% and have no problems except they are taking ages to grow. Picture 1 shows one at 3.5 weeks. As you can see, compared to other grows on this board it is very immature. The stem is slowly toughening up but in terms of height and horizontal growth it looks very similar to 10 days ago. I carefully checked the root system and what I saw is in picture 2. Whilst not overly root bound, the roots have reached the bottom of the pot. Picture 3 shows my nutes bottle that I bought before the grow. There are no NPK values on the bottle or website at all, just that the Ph is 5.5-6.2 and some blurb which says; "Yet another new Ionic product is Ionic for Soil or Coco. Ionic for Soil or Coco is formulated for plants grown in soil, more specifically for soil in containers. It contains soluble mineral salts and crucial organic components including humates and highly active plant acids. This combination of minerals and organic materials follows the pattern of natural systems and will produce strong healthy plants from a biologically active soil matrix. This formulation of Ionic can be used with fertile soil mixes or with artificial soils. It is precisely formulated for the needs of plants in soil with its complex organic plant acids, which will enhance the health of the plant." Picture 4 shows a close-up of the top of a plant. My questions are as follow, hope you can help.... - Is it time to repot into a 3 gallon pot using my Biobizz soil? - Is it time to start using these nutes, does anyone have experience using them, should I go for another brand? - I wanted to try topping the plant, is it time yet? I don't have a lot for nearly a month of growth, am I just being too impatient? Cheers.