Ok, time to update progress and solicit comments and/or suggestions. We're about 4-5 weeks into flowering at 12/12. Things seem to be progressing nicely all in all. The plant on the left has branched out pretty well while the one on the right, not so much. I'm using strictly RO water from the little Culligan machine at Wally World at 37 cents per gallon. I'm not on a strict watering schedule, just water when soil is fairly dry to a depth of about the second knuckle pressed into the soil. So they average about a gallon of water twice a week with 1.5 tsp of miracle grow bloom buster at every other watering. Now, my question is about the plant on the right which is exhibiting some curling under of leaf edges near the top of the plant. Haven't used any molasses on them though I was thinking of starting with it this week. Should I use the molasses in the nuted water or perhaps use it with the plain water? Pretty happy with things so far. Rubbing the flowers with fingertips yields a delightful fruity, almost blueberry aroma on the fingers. This stands to reason since the seeds were from a bag of Hillbilly Kush which smelled very strongly of blueberry when ground. Any advice on how long to flower etc would be more than welcome.