Here's a few pics of my ladies. You will notice that in the 3 gal pots, there are 4 plants, and the 7 gal pots, only 3. I took four cuttings off my previous mother, then hacked her down cause there wasn't room. My "grow partner" is now the happy owner of one of my 4 plants. I just dont have the room for 4 huge ass plants in my closet(2x4x For veg I was using a 4 foot, 4 bulb florescent 6500k on for 24hr Vegged for longer than I would have liked, but finally got them under the 400w HPS, and they are LOVING it. 12/12 started jan 22, had about 8-10 inches of stretch in two weeks. I trimmed a lot of the bottom fan leaves off, and took a few clones for next time, they're rooting under a 42w 2700k cfl 24hr, then when they're bigger and transplanted out of their red party cups into their big boy(girl) pots, they will go under the florescent. They are all in a 50/50 mix of "black gold" soil and perlite. I use local tap water, I have been using it for the past 8 months with no issues, I don't test ph, ppm, humidity temp, anything. I see no reason to spend the money on testers or anything if I don't have a problem. I flushed before flower, and am using full strength nutes. Earth Juice sea blast grow and bloom, as well as a spoonfull of molasses in their water jug every so often, more often during the last couple weeks of flower, I have had good results doing this. The first picture was taken the day I planted them into the 3gal pots from the 1 gal, still in veg under the florescent. the rest were taken less than a half hour ago. The bud/budding plant you see is my bag seed that I originally didn't really care about, I just figured since there's extra light, why not see what happens. it is going on week 6 now I think. I started flowering it with the same cfl I am using to root my clones, and it was under that for the first 4 weeks of flower and it was pathetic. Its still in a one gal pot, so when its done I might see about doing a re-veg and bonzai. I have seen it done and wanted to give it a try, so if the bud is worthy of my time, I may end up doing that, we will see.. More pics to come as flowering progresses. Happy growing!