If you want to dive into compost teas look up Elaine Ingham. There are some pdfs out there and tons of videos on YouTube. Also look up Jeff Lowenfel.
Teas can be as simple or complex as you want to go. Also read up on some of the threads here on RIU.
From the look of those leaf tips. It looks like your soil was too hot. You could try the sub cool method. Put full strength soil in the bottom 1/3, 50/50 hot soil and organic base soil and a seed starting mix on top.
Some laws in the states say plant numbers are when plants are in flower. But in Canada it says plants in any stage of growth.
Here is a copy of Bill C-45
Cultivation, propagation and harvesting — 18 years of age or older
(4) Unless authorized under this Act, it is prohibited for an individual...
I think the lazy Susan idea is right on I want to do the same in a 4x4. And if the box itself was round and was able to turn on a lazy Susan that would be great. And if you had poles or posts attached to the box so you could have a scrog that turns with soil and plant.
I'd really love to have a bay window with a no till sips box in front of it and be able to grow with sun light and maybe some led lights to help offset cloudy days or veg earlier in the season. That's my ideas of a great way to utilize sips
I've been thinking about this for a couple years now. And I keep thinking if we can recreated nature in an indoor environment NASA can use it when we go to Mars. I'll make billions of dollars from it and freedom 35 is in right on track. haha easy street
I have never flowered a male so this is mainly for experience. But I want to try and make seeds. I am in no way a breeder. I don't have nearly enough experience and this male hasn't been chosen. I just want to experiment and get some free seeds cause they are so damn expensive
I'd like to have a permanent sip box in my 4x4 tent. I think having a 3x3 bed in my 4x4 tent I could grow my four legal plants and that would be my best option. Until then I will be playing with my earth boxes and building some more tote sips for veggies in my back yard.