Rico; In answer to your inquiries about my plan for the CBD issues and LEDs We have structured a little steel frame with translucent roof but thus far no walls and 2 LED boards hung with 240 watt total consumption.
The idea with leaving out walls is to allow entry of friendly bugs and wind; also light of course The lights come on adding in 5 hours of light giving a total 17.5 hours daily.
In the small pots on the table are the planted cuttings from the previous posts; also my experiments with the compost; and a tray full of sprouting alfalfa for lawn turf.
[btw the compost burned the tips of the cannabis seedling leaves, the alfalfa seedlings yellowed a wee bit; however the tomato seedlings faired great] My general conclusion is 3 months was insufficient to produce stable compost from the materials used; onward we go.
The plan is to have the greenhouse sortof area to keep mothers and start CBDs to keep them in veg until a decent size to send to the other yard for flowering [fruitset]
The other morning to my horror, I discover thrips on my transplanted cuttings so powdered them with diatomaceous earth. The next day I sponged most of the residual powder off and later noticed I may not need to repeat the process as I spotted a tiny Rove beetle eating the eggs. You can still see the stain from the DE.