Well she is way behind when it comes to where she should be, but she is alive. Now looks like she is beginning to grow faster and definately a ton healthier.
I said I was going to leave her in the cup I started her in but changed my mind two days ago and repotted her in coco, peat moss and perlite. Ph'd a mixture of humic acid, athenas aminas, worm castings and a touch of liquid kelp fertilizer.
Her leaves are completely clear of any stress and I've noticed a definate pattern of growth. Thank you all for your input. Keep it growin. :+1:
Flushes and ph @ 6.0. Tds 135. Added calmag and microrhysal fungi. Let's see what happens now.