Lol I just added air to the dwc tubs yesterday. They've been doing very well without it and roots are pure white but it had to be done - already 3 weeks a couple of days from now. 2 dual outlet airpumps were attached - each tub receiving air from both of the pumps for redundancy. I can't believe how trouble free this dwc has been so far - only exception was a couple of clones that weren't ready enough and their roots were insufficiently submerged in the water. They took a bit of a downturn because when the waterlevel dropped below the bottom of the pots they dried out a little. No damage though - they just underperformed. Had the medium been hydroton then they might have been dead now or very sorry looking.
All seedplants had clones taken and numbered - they're all rooted and transplanted and I hope they'll reveg soon.
Also 1 lower branch from each of the seedplants and a single swt#3 were painted with pollen from a swt * (swt*bd) male. Resulting crosses will be: swt *(swt*(swt*bd)), (swt*bd f2)*(swt * (swt*bd)) and (swt * (swt*bd))*(swt * (swt*bd)) - starting to get a little confusing now
No stray seeds observed yet - I'm sure there will be a couple but not many. Unfortunately I don't think the c99 was dusted but on the other side it's confusing enough as it is.
I'm feeling quite accomplished - 2 months after starting seeds the girls are standing tall in mid flower with all phenos preserved and next generation on its way. A couple females have shown nanners in early flower - this is an unfortunate trait from the Big Daddy side that I have forgiven because the Big Daddy brings a very special aroma to the party. The nanners were removed and I haven't seen any since. Still I won't be using those females for breeding. I have lightleaks but won't fix them because I don't want to pass on a trait of light leak sensitivity.