Greetings growers and tokers. THC Bomb is a strain that has intrigued me for some time, apparently, from what little I can I gather, THC Bomb is a cross between Big Bud and PPP ( Pure Power Plant). As I have grown and smoked PPP before, and find it to be an excellent strain, I figured that this should also come out well. Various strain reports and smoke reports give it a very high rating My setup: A converted shed where I made up an 8 ft. x 8 ft. grow room and an 8 ft. x 8 ft. flower room, temp control is iffy at the present, I just finished insulating in the hopes that I can better maintain a good growing temp. I do have heaters, but due to the lack of adequate electrical supply, no air conditioning. I did use a small potable swamp cooler for my last grow, but the humidity had me very worried. I treated my plants for Powder Mildew as a preventative measure and that seemed to do the trick. Grow room - CFL lighting or 400 watt MH I use MH in the dead of winter so as to make use of the heat given off to help maintain a warm environment, and cfls when I can to keep costs down. Flower Room - (4) 400 watt hps lamps in an 8 ft. x 8 ft. room. Medium - I grow in soil, usually fox farm OF. Although I am considering other brands. Nutrients- I am trying to stick with my own compost tea over commercial nutrients. We shall see how this works out. I ordered 20 seeds from Attitude, and received them within days, making for a happy grower. I placed the seeds on a damp paper towel, sandwiched between two plates, and in just 2 days seeds started popping. By the next day 18 seeds had sprouted leaving just two that wouldn't happen. Oh well, not bad. All seedlings where placed into FFOF in dixie cups and placed into my grow room. Three days later I took this picture, I have never seen seedlings stretch as much, or as quickly. I lowered my lights, thinking that maybe they where a little light starved. If anybody else has grown this strain, and noticed anything that would be of help, please feel free to let me know. I will try and update this journal as often as something worth sharing happens.