Feb 10, 2016 = Day 0. Plants started from seed (Botanical Interests). Seeds sowed in 1.5-inch rockwool cube in 2-inch net-pot. Moistened with dilute fertilizer solution: 1.2 mL Dyna-Gro Liquid GROW 7-9-5, 0.8 mL pH Down per gallon of tap water. N-P-K (in ppm): 22-12-13. pH = 6.0.
Feb 13 = Day 3. Plants germinated, placed directly under a fluorescent light (2 ft. T8 bulb, 17W, 6500k) for 16 hours per day.
Feb 20 = Day 10. Installed plant into 11 cup (0.69 gallon) plastic container. Hydroponic solution composed of 0.69 gal tap water, 4.125 mL Dyna-Gro Liquid GROW 7-9-5. N-P-K (in ppm): 111-62-66. pH = 6.0. No pH adjustment required.
Mar 1 = Day 20. Based on information obtained in this post and this post, it seems that the pH of the Liquid GROW-based hydroponic solution tends to drop below 4.0 by the end of the growing period, which is not ideal for nutrient uptake. Therefore, I have switched to a MasterBlend-based solution. N-P-K (in ppm): 103-41-168. pH = 6.0.
Mar 8 = Day 27. Moved plant to indoor grow room. Plant receives 9 hours LED grow light plus 3 hours sunlight per day.
Mar 31 = Day 51. Harvested all remaining leaves. Final statistics: 9 cups (0.56 gal) of fluid used. Final pH of fluid = 7.0.