I’m a newbie to growing and want to try growing one plant in soil and the other in a DWC bucket. I sprouted two feminized autoflower seeds and they’re currently in my other hydro setup in a grow sponge waiting to get a decent root system and the first few leaves. In the mean time, I read up some on soil growing and the nutrients and run off and all that got me a bit intimidated - but then I saw this “Kind Super Soil” that basically has all the nutrients an autoflower will need from seedling to harvest day. You’re only supposed to use like 3 pounds of it at the bottom in a 5 gallon fabric bucket and the vendor suggests Roots Organic Soil-less mix for the remainder of the growing container. So my question is this: once the seedlings show up and establish themselves a bit - how do I use that soil-less mix? If I put it in a small pot once the roots establish themselves how much do I water that type of grow medium? Do I add any nutrients while waiting to put it in the container that will hold the Super Soil? I just dont want to kill my new babies! Help, suggestions, and advice most appreciated!