I'm sure someone has asked this question before but I can't find the thread. I've found research (this for example: https://horttech.ashspublications.org/content/8/4/495.short) that shows that using pots that are too small hurts plant health (depending on the plant). But I have not found evidence suggesting that using pots that are too big hurts plants. I can imagine how large pots could hurt plant development if water and nutrients are not well directed to the roots, but I haven't seen a study that shows that. My question: why not plant clones directly into the final pot so you can save time by not transplanting and potentially get to flower faster by avoiding plant shocks? Have any of you done any experiments?