Greetings. Making this thread to share a little bit about my grow setup which was largely designed using bits and pieces of information on this site 4 or 5 years ago. As well as get any information or tips from people on what they might change or how specifically different people might handle the LST as the plants get bigger. I started out my first grow with 2 DWC bubble buckets and Dyna Grow Nutrients. It worked amazing and I got 2-3 ounces per plant. Pretty nice for a first grow in my opinion. Second grow was in a strait peat and perlite mix using all Dynagrow nutes. This didn't go quite as well and the plant looked pretty rough by the end but I still got 1-2 ounces of good bud. I'm sure it was user error somewhere that sent the plant down hill. This time for the sake of making a 6 plant grow as easy and low maintenance as possible I am doing a soil grow. 4 buckets are Barney's Farm Critical Kush with Fox Farms Ocean Forest + 15% perlite. 1 Bucket is Critical Kush in Coast of Main + 15% perlite. 1 bucket is Kiwi Skunk(freebie) in Coast of Maine + 15% perlite. Seeds were planted 12/20/2016 into 12oz plastic party cups in Fox Farm's Ocean Forest soil. All were transplanted into their respective buckets on 1/9/2017. Veg lighting is 24/7, flower will be 12/12. I plan to add nothing but Pro-teKt unless the plants tell me they need otherwise. At which point I may consider trying a worm casting tea. It does appear that the Coast of Maine was a little hot for the Kiwi Skunk as very early in transplant the bottom leaves on that plant turned redish in color. The Kush that was in Coast of Maine faired much better with only very slight discoloration. I will get some picture up shortly after this post to show the discoloration, feel free to let me know what you think. Thanks for any input you may have and please feel free to link me to any of your favorite grows that have a similar setup to mine; so that I may learn from it and make my own as healthy a grow as possible. As far as the setup which can't be seen in the pictures: I have a 6" inline fan pulling air through first the filter, then the light. This exhausts through a vent in the bathroom which points directly at a skylight. In the winter it heats the bathroom and much more of the 3rd floor. In the summer the skylight stays open and all heat exhausts directly outside. The fan stays on 24/7 which gives the flowering room constant fresh air and keeps it exactly the same temperature as the bedroom. On really cold days/nights I can lower the fan speed and easily raise the temperature of the grow room. Very happy with the way this turned out and thankful for the information this site provided me to make it happen.