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  1. Hi guys, im new round here and need some advice. Ive just been given 5 Psychosis Cuttings from a friend. Ive currently got them on my windowsill just because I haven't got a propagator or my light/tent setup yet. I think that all 5 have rooted, so what's my next plan of action? I know they need to go into bigger pots soon, but I was going to wait until I could see visible roots through the drainage holes. Furthermore how often should I water? Just when It seems dry? Thanks in advance
  2. Is there a simple way to hide seedlings on a windowsill (1st floor) without blocking out sunlight? What I want is some kind of screen that you can't see through but allows all the UV rays to come through - a bit like a pair of fake Rayban sunglasses. BTW, to anyone thinking about growing plants on a windowsill, don't assume no one could ever see them from the outside! I think it's a good idea to stand outside and look at your window from different angles just to make sure. And don't forget about the window cleaner or houses across the street that might overlook your home.