Greetings all, I'm a first-time grower about 30 days into my first grow (indoors in small tent - link here). I decided to give growing a try because I'm a medical patient in California, and want to grow healthy medicine with no pesticides or unhealthy additives. I'm completely new to all this and my head is swimming a bit from all the information I'm trying to absorb. At any rate, I'm trying to keep things as simple as possible while I'm learning. I found this link to a Super Soil recipe on another site and am planning on trying to make my own for a future grow, but they also recommended a particular type of pre cooked super soil called Kind Soil for new growers not ready to make their own. I purchased 25 pounds of it, which per the manufacturer's instructions I have been layering with a top layer of Coco Loco. Four of my plants are doing well, but one stopped draining and stopped growing. In researching on Roll It Up, I did a search and read up on all the threads related to Kind Soil, including this one which has me wondering if it might be a good idea to try another soil for my final planned transplant into 5 gallon containers. I'm wondering if folks who have direct experience on completing successful grows through flowering using Kind Soil have any thoughts/recommendations on how best to use through flowering for a successful grow, and if they are still using Kind Soil or have moved on to another option. Thanks for any thoughts or suggestions, and I'm not trying to knock Kind Soil in any way - it's been working well for me so far but a few of the threads I've seen here have me nervous things might not go quite so well once I get to flowering, so considering my options before the final transplant which will be happening in about a week.