Holy Tank! + Propagation Skills!

Well we are happy to have our 1405 +/- tank in the ground safe and sound. It took two full days about 5 people to take of the job. WE had our challenges but it is taken care of. Next steps are grading GH 1 to put weed barrier down after grading is finished.

 Above you can see the depth and plywood we had to put up in order to save from soil collapsing. Next was securing the tank to concrete + rebar. The water went up almost halfway the next day!

Above you can see the depth and plywood we had to put up in order to save from soil collapsing. Next was securing the tank to concrete + rebar. The water went up almost halfway the next day!

 Jason is putting the finish grade on the tank after we too the water out. It will finish to the two entrances you can see on the top. This is where our main pump etc will go. Along with all the water drains!

Jason is putting the finish grade on the tank after we too the water out. It will finish to the two entrances you can see on the top. This is where our main pump etc will go. Along with all the water drains!

Over all progress on the propagation challenge has been great. To put it simply we are putting trays in same house as mature plants with a black out cover for 24-36 hours. Then once most seeds are obviously cracked they are brought to light and watered accordingly.

Right now I have two seperate in propagation this week. Once organic and one synthetic in rock-wool. See below!

 Above is Rex Propagated in the 7/9!

Above is Rex Propagated in the 7/9!

One last thing we got a great crop out of organics with the proper weight! See bleow

 The weight we want. Shape looks good too!

The weight we want. Shape looks good too!