The roomie and I started a little project. So we got everything up and running 2 weeks, and our first seed broke the soil 11 days ago. Unknown autoflower strain, received from an old friend. We have 32 in the ground right now, hoping for 10-15 healthy females. We were having heating issues the first week, its a pretty small space. We had open air reflectors but now we replaced them with air-cooled. On temps hover in the low 80s with a max of about 85. Night temps (4 hours off) about 66. Excellent ventilation. We live in a cold climate, so we use the discharge to heat the main floor of the house with a little clever ducting =). Also we are extremely paranoid so we did NOT want to vent hot air out the roof. Humidity fluctuates from 30-50 with added cool mist humidifier. We planted these in 2 waves about a week apart, since we realized we weren't going to have enough after some of the first seeds didn't germ. Medium is 4 parts soil-less mix to 1 part earthworm castings. Overall everything is looking great, the room turned out to be a lot more expensive than we had originally planned, but exceeded our expectations. PIC 1 We fed the bigger ones a very diluted FOXFARM Big Bloom a few days ago, they seemed to like it. Will feed again tomorrow. Wondering if anyone may be able to help...Most of the plants look green and lush like this. 2 or 3 look a little more like this, kind of a bright greenish yellow color, and not growing quite as big, although all of them are definitely variable in size and growth rate. Also 1 or 2 look kind of strange and asymmetrical. The medium does dry out pretty quick due to the warmth, but we've been keeping it moist. I'm fairly certain they aren't being under-watered. Also, in general when do the autos start to show sex? Any advice or help or feedback from anyone is greatly appreciated, Thanks in advance!!! I look forward to talking to all. Will keep updated regularly, time seems to be going so incredibly slowly! I also threw 2 in my closet to do a little experiment with cfls, hoping for a girl!