Bigger Pot= more root space
Good Luck and Good Vibes!
(last possible day meaning closest to the summer soltice ((longest day of the year)). after the solstice comes shorter days and budding period)
If you notice in my video my plants are a little too light in color. This is because i had to feed them EVERY DAY for there was not much soil, just roots, in the pots. I got lazy and did not feed them nutrients every day. To me, this was expensive and frustrating. this may also have been due to the lack of good nurtients. I used chemical nutrients I use for cloning, rather than organic nutrients and nutrients specific for budding period. This year I am strictly organic, kelp meal bone meal bat guano molasses and fish bone meal.
Last edited by Guido93; 06-12-2012 at 03:53 PM.
Why would you want to transplant right when the plants about to start flowering its gonna stress it I usally transplant a week or two before flowering
i would wait until the solstice but its not that far away and i have all the pots about ready so im just going to do it now and the roots are coming out of the bottom of my 5 gal
I just repotted a 7 ft monster from a 25 gallon to a 50 gallon about a week ago all by myself! It was a BITCH!! I think I learned my lesson. I never want to do that again. Straight into 50 gallon when they get about a foot tall.
I agree, bigger the better!
This girl was in 80 gal of soil and yielded a bit over 23oz's
Lost in a beautiful, sticky, jungle.