Transplanting with Rize
by, 11-18-2010 at 01:56 AM (1184 Views)
Let's just get transplanting. I'll start by saying you won't see me with rockwool clones. I've always been a fan of rooting clones in potting soil, and found it to be no more difficult than oasis or rockwool.
Picture 1: Day Zero Jack Herer
The cards are for monitoring purposes.
Picture 2: Healthy Roots
White roots are healthy. This whole batch could have been more root bound, but as long as they are healthy it's okay to transplant. Ganja likes to send tap roots and shallow pots like these starter 2x2 pots are really too small for robust growth (vertical in stem girth).
Picture 3: The Widow
I'm testing this product. It is only endomyco and humic. No Tricho, no ectomyco, and no bacteria. Recent research indicates Trichoderma may be endomyco colonization. I believe HN made this product for transplant and early inoculations, to recognize this.
Picture 4: The Sprinkle
Just a little, and I sprinkled a little directly on the roots as well.
Picture 5: The "Gold" Peat
This is the magic ingedient. These monster aggregates are what ensure long-term aeration and replace perlite.
Picture 6: Finished the Job
Just another day in the garden