Picture of the ladies (no LED bulbs yet):
Will make some budding shots soon.
Kalichakra (bottom left) and Beyond the Brain #2 (bottom center) are the slowest flowering of the bunch, but got lots of pale yellow fan leaves, not discernible in the picture.
BB #1 (middle right) suddenly became faster this last week, budsites already started swelling and are almost as developed as the Krystalicas.
Krystalicas are mostly green, though they're kind of "consuming" their fan leaves also, to a lesser extent.
Krystalica #1 (front left) started showing purple on top leaves, also has a distinct, noticeable aroma like strawberry cream.
Krystalica #2 (center middle) looks like will (hopefully!) become pheno C, main stem is less filled up than the others. #2 and #3 (front right) smell is sort of herbal/ chemical citrusy.
Ice Cool is below the circulating fan, really small plant, but got better in overall health and bud development on lastest two weeks, almost reaching the less developed Krystalicas.
I don't recall kalichakra consuming itself so fast, EC it's been around 1.4EC...
BtB and Kalichakra are starting to swell their buds, not sure if the yellowing is a defficiency, the consequence of being very close to the HPS (couple inches) or normal...
Got the blumats dialed in to my taste finally.
I find the following procedure to be the most safe and reliable with coco:
1.- Water the pots until they barely drip runoff.
2.- Adjust the blumat so that it drips once per minute
3.- back it of 1/8 turn
4.- Monitor the girls 2 hours later, there's runoff?
Slight runoff is good, soaking the floor is not, as it isn't an absolutely dry floor either.
With this procedure you'll fall on the dry side posibly; if so, open the blumat 1/8 of turn.
If floor is soaking wet, close it 1/4 of turn. Recheck for runoff in two hours...