rockwool to soil

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by granitestate, Oct 12, 2007.

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    granitestate

    granitestate Well-Known Member

    if i start seeds in rockwool, when the plant gets to transplanting size, can i jus plop the whole cube into a pot of soil? Ive been using peat pellets but i havent had good luck. Im also considering using the coconut fiber cubes. any advice would be appreciated. thanks:joint:
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    nongreenthumb

    nongreenthumb Well-Known Member

    Try root riot cubes.
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    sk3tch3

    sk3tch3 Well-Known Member

    try putting the seed directly into the soil. ;)
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    TYPE-X

    TYPE-X Well-Known Member

    Yes you can. All of mine are in rockwool cubes. i cleared one so u could see

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    granitestate

    granitestate Well-Known Member

    beautiful, thanks! i wanna use rockwool instead of straight to soil cuz A) its just bagseed so theyre not too important B) trying to get as many healthy sprouts as possible but all in seperate mediums, so this works. thanks again!
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    TYPE-X

    TYPE-X Well-Known Member

    Good luck. Let me know what happens.
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    Jewce

    Jewce Well-Known Member

    hey type x, what are those things covering your soil? is it just so it doesnt dry out as fast because there isnt direct light on it
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    Jewce

    Jewce Well-Known Member

    never mind i think thats a hydro grow lol my bad
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    FilthyFletch

    FilthyFletch Mr I Can Do That For Half

    Yup rockwool right into soil is fine.Take the plastic off someone posted laast week who didnt do that lol.Peat pellets suck
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    TYPE-X

    TYPE-X Well-Known Member

    Jewce, if your talking about the white pellets it's the soil. Fox farm black gold with guano and worm cassings. Also FilthyFletch i leave the plastic on the side so the roots go down. I have had a few poke out the sides and i just didnt like the way it looked. that's all..

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