@plumbdand what is your low temps? I don’t mind if mine get a little low at night after they veg. I put some of my seedlings in the tent last night, and then this morning some more that had first leaves. Light is set on 25%. We had a couple of storms yesterday, and the first one had a lot of pea size hail. Then I got the bright idea to ride my bike between storms, stopped to take a photo of some pretty ponies, and realized behind me the second storm was rolling faster than the weather channel app predicted. So, I was pedaling like the Wicked Witch of the West in Oz on my heavy touring bike, trying to beat the storm home. At least this one didn’t have hail and I had 5 miles to go. Faced wind going out, wind shifted and faced it going in. Had I not stopped to take a photo of those horses I would have been in a hell of a jam not knowing behind it was rolling in fast. But I am wondering if since we are on the eastern side of NM, perhaps we will avoid that mega drought that is hitting down the Rio Grande valley corridor and west. Hoping these rains across panhandle of Texas, KS, OK, etc is recharging the Ogalala aquifer as that is where our well water is from, we are not on any other source.
@Hammy this is the first time I decided to try these grow bags. They are cheap enough and way easier for me to manage than a big pot. I am going to see if I can get herbs to last through the winter with the greenhouse. Lately I am addicted to drinking fresh lemon balm tea from plant, and hoping I can get the new ones to last. I have been watching a couple of YouTubers, Irish women, in Connemara, that are doing amazing things with more tropical plants, lasting through winters, with simple grow tunnels.
Super pleased with Jimi and Hendrix. Gave them first drink of something different, Emerald Harvest Root Wizard and Grow Goddess.
Greenhouse has arrived at the facility and is all intact, and now we are arranging for shipping arrival date. Should know that sometime today or tomorrow.