Off to the races! These look to have a bit more veg time on them, and I am reluctant to alter their growth too much because they seem perfect as they are. It's likely that support will be needed on these before the end, so they may end up with tomato cages within the next several days.
These have stretched out like mad but are extremely sturdy plants. Two main phenotypes show. The first is robust and appears sativa-leaning with a strong growth pattern. The second leggier with more focus on the apical growth. One stands out from either of these groups though, and that's the extremely squat, wide-leaf phenotype that smells the most like grapefruit so far.
These received their first feeding today after subsisting off of the potting media I had them in for their first month or so. After taking a slurry test that read pH: 6.2 and ppm: 470 I mixed the following at 6.5 pH:
1 TBS/gal. Medusa's Magic 2-5-2
1 tsp/gal. Maxicrop Liquid Kelp
2 TBS/gal.Herculean Harvest Liquid Bone
1 tsp/gal. Olympus Up Liquid Limestone
A strong foundation of Ca++ will keep these uptaking like crazy and build a nice infrastructure for holding the fat colas I know they are going to produce.
#1-#5, with the skinnier phenos on the ends.
#6-9, note the squat phenotype on the end.
Up close view from above of the broad-leaf, squat phenotype.