The new 150 watt multi-spectrum LED grow light, seen on the left, is doing a nice job with the green ice lettuce. Although each of the three lights has a slightly different spectrum, and power output, they produce very similar results.
The mission olive has recovered nicely from having the cutting taken, however it is still to tall for my purposes; so I removed another four inch section to propagate as a cutting. The first cutting is looking pretty good, and I am hoping that using the Clonex is going to be the secret to success with olive cuttings. According to an article I read today, the success rate for different cultivars is variable, however, the article stated that actively growing leafy stems can be taken for cuttings, which is what I am doing. Depending on conditions, it can take several months for a cutting to root, so I am not discouraged at this point.