Hi guys, Time to get my summer grow log going. This is at a friend's house - my indoor grow isn't going to be set up for at least a month yet. I did the design and build out and fronted the startup, I'm overseeing the grow and teaching them along the way, the guy who owns the property is paying for the project and doing some labor, and his roommate is doing most of the day to day labor. We're splitting any results. The main goals for the project were to make something presentable, keep costs and labor down as much as possible, and meet the legal requirements for a "secured enclosed structure." The guy who owns the house is taking the bar in a couple weeks and has to be 100% legally compliant. No fudge room. Got 8 plants. I'm dropping the strongest 6 in to a 11'x14' greenhouse. Three are from seed and I mixed up the labels so I don't know what is what. Five are from a local clone dealer. Kinda crappy strains but oh well. These plants are very young and small - I got started too late. The greenhouse was built to be able to handle six full sized plants if they're started on mother's day instead of about a month later. We'll see how it goes. The greenhouse gets fair sun but has a small tree dead center a few feet behind it, so it gets some shade in the day. Not a bad thing - the summers here are hotter than I'm used to and I didn't want to spend on shade cloth. The green house is a metal pole structure wrapped in 6' chain link fence and covered with a double layer of 6 mil plastic. The greenhouse has an irrigation system set up on a hose and timer. The soil mix we're using is organic and has been cooking for a couple months. Wish I'd cooked it longer but oh well. I was trying to stick to water only but his house's tap water is very basic so we're probably going to have to do some ph correction and add some epsom salts. I don't remember everything that's in the mix but I'm going to be adding a bag of spent coffee grounds today. The plants are getting transplanted into their 25 gal smart pots in about a week. I'm finishing securing the envelope and walling off the front and back later today. Should be good to go very soon. It's been quite the project.