The policy of ICMag is not to encourage felony lawbreaking by posts advocating the use of or facilitating the use of narcotics.
Much information I have gathered falls under those contraindicated guidelines. I like it here and am only addressing the difficulties indoor growing presents.
One of the major obstacles is the sheer amount of energy required, six kilowatt hours of electricity per equivalent milligram of yield.
Marijuana gives one hundred times the yield for the same input, 160 grams versus .16 grams.
Home grown indoor poppies are a curiosity, not a commercial product.
Further lighting problems will be highlighted when the pods become erect and extend more than a foot above the leaves, causing the pods to burn under artificial lighting. Later pictures will demonstrate this.
Meanwhile, the long filaments of root have reached the bottom of the containers and are curling up. The 12" deep container has about a 10% growth advantage over the 9" container. In the past I have found roots extending over 4' and they probably went further, most are finer than human hair.
Still looking like Dandelions, the Poppies are sucking up energy as if it's their birthright.