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After failing to get 8 seeds above the ground (even tried to do my first journal with them) I decided to give it a shot again. I grew critical cheese auto and blue critical auto before in the same space but in soil and under cfl light. The results were pretty good. Particularly critical cheese has been very popular amongst my friends for its unique flavor and scent. Pretty stron too. Blue critical is just about to finish curing, so still proper sampling needs to be done. Here is a pic of Blue critical nug: This time around I decided to grow two strains I know and the two that didn't get above the ground for me - haze XXL auto & Dinamex auto. So ine seed each, has been planted directly into turf puck saturated in water. And these went directly into the coco. I know it doesn't seems to make that much sense but it seemed much safer and error free if I'll just let the nature do the job, rather than moving the seed around and risking any more damage or loosing another seed (can't afford that after loosing 8 already) So the seeds were planted yesterday. Here re are all the details for the moment: Light: diy Cree cxb3590 x4 driven at max 200w. At the moment they are on 20/4 driven at 15W Medium: Coco, saturated with light feed. Mixed with about 30% perlite. Pots: 5l regular pots with pretty big drainage holes Grow space: secret jardin tent 60x60 cm Temp: ~23 degrees RH: ~60% Strains from Dinafem: Haze XXL auto Critical Cheese auto Blue Critical auto Dinamex auto its my first grow fully under those lights only and in coco. So would be amazing to get any kind of advice along the way. Right. Ow keep your fingers crossed that the seeds will make it above the ground. cheers lads!