I have cut down on the flushing and pH testing of each flush due to time constraints. Currently it takes about 4 hours to complete a watering and feeding of 11 test subjects. Seeing that all of them are looking green and healthy I decided not to flush more then once with 2 gallons of water prior to feeding unless the initial soil pH test was high or if the leaves were showing signs of nutrient deficiency.
The feeding amounts this week were:
10cc Aqua Shield per gallon
20cc ProBloom per gallon
5cc MagCal per gallon
I did use Clearex on 3 plants during the flush.
Cheese Haze 1 6.6pH 22″ tall (Clearex)
Cheese Haze 2 6.3pH 24″ tall (Clearex)
Headband 2 6.6pH 26″ tall
Shaman 2 6.6pH 33″ tall
NYC ?pH 24″ tall
This test subject turned out to be a male as well, making 2 of the 4 seeds planted males. In this following image taken on 5/29 we can see the calyx, but it is difficult to tell if they are more extended from the node region then a female. They are lacking the white tentacles found on females, but I was not sure if this was due to a development issue.
This image, taken 5/31, you can see the that in just a very short time the calyx have extended and doubled in size and quantity. I have removed this test plant and will most likely dispose of it.
HDC 6.4pH 26″ tall
SuperStar 6.2pH 24″ tall
White Widow 1 6.5pH 32″ tall
White Widow 2 6.4pH 30″ tall
Headband 1 6.6pH 28″ tall
Shaman 1 6.7pH 33″ tall (Clearex)
I also felt that this plant was root bound due to the difficulty in it draining.