Hey folks I'm Vagi. I'm a small hobby grower with a few years under my belt. I'm not your normal fall in line grower I'm an experiments kind of guy trying to create and find new ways to grow a broad spectrum of plants. I do grow cannabis every year although not in huge quantities, I like the science of it. So enough with that bullshit here's what ive got. This year Im trying a new way of doing an old trick, that trick is molasses. Particularly on seedlings since they are so sensitive to nutes. So far for my test I have 5 GG auto flower fem, 3 LSD 25 fem and about to do some free momma Mia seeds I got with my purchase. My setup goes as follows. I have a 4x10 (8ft in flower) continuous grow tent. In my veg side ive got a simple 4 foot T5 grow light and bellow that an LED shop light ( these may not be for you but they work great for me.) On my flower side ive got 2 1200 full spectrum LED lights and other than that its just your typical setup. My medium is 1/3 peat moss, 1/3 play sand, and 1/3 composted manure PHd to 6. I use well water from my property and I grow my plants in black 5 gallon air pots. For this test I used 2 of each strain one for the test and one with normal molasses and water that I mix at a 1/4 cup per gallon. So what's the difference? Well in my test set I use the same molasses water but allow it to naturally slightly ferment for a day or two( were not making beer here just a little.) On the other I don't allow it to ferment. My seeds were soaked for 24 hours and planted directly into the soil mix. So far when watering ( a little everyday due to high temps) I put some of each nuts mix in a spray bottle and mist the seedlings then add enough of the solution to moisten the soil. The plants have gone for two weeks now and so far so good. The germination rate was the same but there is a noticeable difference in growth between the test and the control. The test plants, every one of them, are actually about twice the size of the control ( unfermented) plants, and growing at a much faster rate and seem to be thicker stemmed. I will get pics in weeks to come and keep everyone interested posted on progress. If anyone would like to try along with me be my guest!