One of them had a bad reaction to the soil it was in - I used more than one kind of soil mix to see how they responded. There was mulch mixed into one or two of them, and I found a big chunk of wood in one of the planters blocking the main tap root of one of the plants.
I have since transplanted that one into some soil that I noticed was making one of the seedlings (oddly enough one that was planted a day or two after the others) take off like a little green rocket…
The particular soil came from LOWES and is brand labeled STA-GREEN. It is actually intended to be mixed 50/50 with existing soil - but I didn’t read the bag until after I saw what it did.
*Just double checked: “Sta-Green Flower & Vegetable Garden Soil with Fertilizer”.
~It’s a big yellow bag
The plants have been growing for 21 days now (3 weeks) and I’ll see if I can get a picture up
~The middle picture, that small plant in the center was just on the 25th(2 days ago) moved to that pot with the soil I mentioned above. I’m waiting to see if it helps it.The plant on the LEFT in that picture was in that stuff to begin with - but was planted TWO FULL DAYS AFTER the other two…
So yeah, this is something I am watching with huge interest.
BTW: the middle pic is of the tub in a bathroom I do not use. It dawned on me that it was the IDEAL indoor grow spot, where the tell-tale color of the grow light would be completely hidden from view. It’s in the center of my single story house, is vented to the attic, and all it took to hang lights and fans was a single extra shower curtain rod (!!!) available from any home despot or similar hardware and lumber outlet
How cool is that?
PS: It totally fascinates me how wide these leaves are on the Jack Herer strain…