I just transplanted my vegging plants into 5 gal. buckets yesterday. Thought I was doing the right thing, but got mixed up it looks like. I mixed Spagnum Peat Moss (4 parts), to Perlite (2 parts), to Vermiculite (1 Part). I was using a sauce pan to measure the parts and filled the bucket up to the normal level under the rim. My plants had been vegging for about 4 weeks prior to in unammended potting soil no nutes. They were growing slowly in the solo cup but were ready for transplant (looked about to be rootbound). I have alaskan fish fertilizer half of a capful mixed into an open gallon container of tap water ready to water them with tomorrow. Now after reading about organic mixes I'm sensing I screwed up by not adding more to my mix and see some things I should have added but it's too late now. My question is basically are they going to be able to grow in this mix? Or is the mix going to be too compacted for proper drainage? I got mixed up with potting soil mix and peat moss mix. I had read 3 parts soil to 1 part perlite would do it and thought I wuld add the vermiculite for good measure. But I'm guessing when you use peat moss you need to at least equal parts of perlite if I'm understanding correctly.