Looking good Sil. Reminds me of my grow with low night temps and low humidity. My plants are similar in size. I am holding back on transplanting though. Just a bit. Good luck this year.
Thanks PrO! I'm tempted to get a humidifier, but not sure how I'd rig it effectively. Next year, I'm thinking of putting my grow station inside a mini-greenhouse--it would help with RH and I could rig lights very nicely.
@Paul G: thanks for all the input. Sorry to hear about the foot surgery--now I know why you're taking the scapel to your plants--they can share the pain. And I can see how maybe it gives you the time to fire up everybody in their Grow Logs. It's much appreciated! Anyway, hope it goes well for you--most body parts need to be in functioning order to garden. (As I conveniently forget how much my back suffers each Spring...)
Okay, woke up to the sound of singing plants! Here's the January adolescent C. Chinenses in their new 2.5 shoes:
after a few days and a 3/8ths strength (yes 3/8ths!) dose of ferts. (Botanicare Pro Grow, Karma, CalMag, Alaska Fish Emulsion). Yellowing diminished. The Purple Maui is the king pin, with the Congo Trinidads next. Still seeing some leaf curl from the Datils upper left. The Trinidad Scorpion Reds (lower left) took on a little purple when I experimented with 24-hr lighting (cut back to 18-6).
Featured plant of the week: Congo Trinidad--by way of Louisiana-- Thanks WindChicken...