Hey I just went to top the water up without any nutes to dillute it a bit, and noticed that there is what's looking like a very first flower might be forming.
So far there's been none at all, they didnt even grow to then fall off etc, so this is definitely an improvement!
Another update - still nothing here, I'm still pruning it etc, still no flowers. The plant is looking healthy as, new shoots coming up all the time.
I think I might swap out 2 of the 3 T8s to 2700K and leave one 4100K in there, and will see how it goes now. Surely at some point it'll kick in.
Arrghh dude that sucks I struggled with those for a couple of years, as others said sticky strips sort-of worked but was never definite. A mix of 1:4 of 3% hydrogen peroxide to water worked much better, but a few months later they came back somehow.
I was fighting them like that for a while...
I'd take the bag off. 65F is fine for them as long as they have enough light. You need to smash them with light. Also I suspect the humidity might be too high and they're not liking it.
With seedlings you do need to keep the soil wetter than with larger plants, but completely soaking them like...
A bit of a weird case here, I've got a new setup with a single chinense growing in a DWC bucket. It's about 15 weeks old now, at 12 weeks Ive switched to the bloom nutes but have not a single flower yet. Otherwise it seems pretty healthy, I have to regularly prune it so it stays...