I had to kill a male last week and now I'm hoping to squeeze in 1 extra seed this year using "his" old soil, which brings me to my questions 1.) Is it safe to use the soil that a male grew out of, or will left over pollen possibly polinate a future female. 2.) Also whats the best way to replinish/recycle soil to reuse it? I've got xtra seabird guano, dolomite lime, wormcasting(1pound), epsom salt, greensand, and perlite but no sphag. moss just wondering if anyone has any ideas. 3.) Finally, I've been sifting through the old soil and I see lots of left behind roots. I removed the root ball but alot of the smaller roots just ripped and stayed in the soil. Is it okay to leave these in the soil? I figure they have Nutes in them and when they decompose shouldn't those nutes go back into my soil? Any advice would be great, this is my first grow, and I'm know its lil late for a seed to get planted but I figure better late than never. I just germinated my pick and she's almost ready to be put in her 1 gal. starter home. I plan on giving her a boost of 20-24 hour flourescent light to help her catch up for a few weeks, and then hardin her off to the outdoors.