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Hello and welcome everyone to my grow diary entry in this years sweet seeds competition. Before starting I would like to say big thanks to the Sweet Seeds team for hosting this awesome competition once again, aswell as Joolz and uk420 I have just this week finished my new cupboard build. It has slightly more space in the flower chamber, plus room for a veg area/ drying box. Extraction fan is now situated inside also making my grow even more stealthy than before. Its maiden grow will be of 2 Sweet Seeds auto varieties, Cream Caramel and Black Jack. I have never grown or tried either, but have longed to try out Cream Caramel since I first found this site, and consequently, Sweet Seeds . Black Jack sounds a good match, swinging slightly to the sativa side, complimenting the indica leaning CC. I soaked 1 seed of each last night in warm tap water, and tonight plonked them in pre watered compost. The BJ seed had sunk the egg cup of water, the CC had not. Heres the pair starting off.. I've covered the prop otherwise it gets too hot in there and would cook the seeds. I've set the heat mat thermometer to 24 degrees c, and the temp inside the prop hits about 26. The light needs to be on to keep the ambient temperature up, it's about 18 in the prop otherwise. These being autos I will be aiming to pot up once, at around 10 days, and then once established in their final pots (6.5litre) at 21 days they will get pulled over to keep the plants flat and wide. That's the plan anyway, In reality anything could happen! They will be fed by hand using lukewarm tap water and biobizz fishmix and bloom, with the occasional drop of seaweed, and ecothrive charge and some mycorrhizal fungi granules at pot up. That's about it for now, I'll update further when there is life! The very best of luck to everyone!!