Hey all! This is my first post, as well as first 'real' grow experience. I say 'real' because I've had a couple of "drop and go" outdoor regs plants in the lot next to my parents' house growing up, and before this grow, I ran about 10 experiment plants to get my lighting, irrigation, feeding, and ventilation the way I wanted them. O.k., so that said, here's my setup: A one quart cup with drain (and soak up) holes around the bottom (I chose one quart for the expected size after flowering; which I want around 1ft - 18in) which is placed in a small cooler lined with foil. I've got a 15 daylight cfl on her and a fan, all under a cloth canopy to help with the light, smell, and 'atmosphere' of my baby. Now my grow methods are aimed at being as simple and organic as possible. Simply some home-made compost soil, a germinated mids seed dropped a 1/2 inch deep, a ton of bat guano (gathered from my personal bat house!), occasional fresh urine water at 35/1, and regular watering. In fact, my watering methods are a little unique I think, which I came across through my earlier experiments. See first of all, the sand content in my local soil is rather high. Sure its good for drainage, but I realized quickly that just top watering them packed the dirt too tight very quickly! I then realized that trying to keep some water in the bottom of the cooler worked o.k., but the plants seemed to soak up all they could, all the way to the point of being over-watered, plus the water seemed to stale and mold. So that said, I now put some guano in the bottom of the cooler, and add only a smidge of water, letting the guano soak into it. I then mist the plant about once or twice a day, letting the water in the bottom (only a tiny tiny bit so as to avoid both over-watering and molding, etc) dry completely, and even letting the soil dry some. It seems that as long as I water slightly from the bottom, and mist occasionally, the baby grows like wildfire! So now here I stand less than two weeks after germination of the seed, about 11 days total in the soil. All signs are looking good, and she's already spreading branches and bushing out without growing taller, without any topping at all! So anyway, I have pictures, and I will keep this post updated, but I would love any input anyone may have, whether suggestions, burns, or words of encouragement! Now without further ado, here's some pics. First is the grow environment... the first 3 attached pics. Then a short growth journal - the rest of the pics. Thanks for your time, hope you like it, talk to you soon!