my boy! how are things? everything is good over here. I think we might have a pimp on the farm! its a little early but im going to watch it just to make sure we don't have any surprises. I gave them hair cuts yesterday and man was there a lot of bunched up leaves. after the hair cuts I was better able to see spurs" Stipules" sticking up. I see a little something forming but its not big enough for my camera to catch. so just incase I got a cookies and cream clone from the homie. so now we have 2 sure females, 24k and cookies and cream. I hope I get 1 female from 4 bag seeds. this has definitely been fun though. I have learned a lot over the last month of growing. pretty-pretty, pretty good! LARRY DAVID VOICE! I opened the tent this morning and I got a hint of their scent! I plan on flipping on xmas day! so by that time if a seed makes the cut, it would be about 8 weeks from seed. im going to say these kids have been in veg for their first week, the first month was trial and error getting the soil, temp, lights and humidity dialed in. and that should give me plenty of time to get the new clone trained. she is very long. but once it gets going in the red cup I will trans to a 3gal final home. and be able to bury some of that stem. another thing, I got the clone in a rapid rooter. I have never really even seen 1 of these. I put in the soil but in seems like it popped up because its spongy. I sprinkled mycos in the hole and around the roots. I think it will be cool, the other clone I have is rock wool in soil. I fed them Saturday and I think tomorrow I will water with just h20. the last 3 feedings have been with nutes at 1/3, 1/2 and full strength. so I will just water plain h2o. and this weekend feed them again. I have been using fox farm trio and the last feeding I started adding cal-mag. thanks for asking and your girls are looking good too!