Im having trouble with the transition from cloner to dirt. my soil is moist but not wet. The roots were really long so I trimmed them like a friend suggested. Could they be in shock and will the bounce back. They look like they have been over watered so just in case they have been I have a small fan on then to dry out the soil a bit faster.
I don't use a fan the first week, but keep them under a t12 shop light too
WORD! you trimmed your roots
whwhwhwhat they ever do to you..
like one guy said on another forum said would u walk good if u cut off your feet
stop listening to your friend
Last edited by F A B; 07-18-2012 at 01:18 AM.
ok well this is the second time I have cloned this way and I didn't cut the roots the first time and they responded the same way. So I figured I would try it my buddies way to see if there was a difference and there wasn't im thinking that the soil I am using is to wet for clones.
pics of roots^Soil?
how hot is your soil? and what size pot you transplanting too? I use a soilless mix and transplant to Solo cups waters with a solution of 1tsp clone X 1 drop SuperThrive. Don't cut your roots, let them coil into the soil also they don't need much water, mine will go 5/6 days without drying out for the first 2 waterings at least, once the plant begins to grow and the roots grow and absorb more than it's about time to transplant to larger containers. If you think overwatering is your issue I'm certain there is a Sticky regarding watering around here.
Think I'll drift on down where it's at
Where the weed grows green and fine
And wrap myself around of bush of that bright oh Oaxaca vine