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If you’re trying to keep plants small, small containers can actually be a good thing. But if you want to grow bigger plants, you need to give their roots enough space to “spread out” 🙂 What Size Final Container? A general guide is to have at least 2 gallons per 12″ of height. This isn’t perfect since plants often grow differently, and some plants are short and wide instead of tall, but this is a good starting rule of thumb.

So if your final (desired) plant size is… 2-3 gallon container. Go Bigger If You Need to Spend Time Away From Your Cannabis! If you plan on being away from your plants for more than a day or two during the grow, it can’t hurt to go up a size or two. The bigger the container, the less often you need to water. So even if you get slightly slower growth in a too-big container, you will definitely be able to spend more time away from your plants without having to water them! Now you just need to worry about taking care of your plants until you’re ready to start flowering/budding.

Remember plants will usually double (or even triple) in size from when you first initiate the flowering stage! Note: You can skip transplanting if it seems like too much work for you. Just make sure you’re careful not to overwater small plants in too-big containers. Once plants start growing vigorously, you don’t need to worry as much about overwatering. Just as a quick summary: It’s easy to give too much or too little water to a very small seedling in a big pot. With a solo cup, you just soak the grow medium and the roots get a lot of both oxygen and water at all times because the medium dries out quickly. The downside is you have to transplant a seedling as soon as the leaves reach the edges of the cup, or its growth starts slowing down. Also, if you’re not careful you could possibly shock the plant during transplant. Seedlings started in solo cups take less room in the grow space, and tend to grow a little faster! But if you’re careful about watering plant in a big container, you can get seedlings to grow almost as fast without having to worry about transplanting. I’ve done it both ways and each method will serve you well. Your seedlings will come out fine as long as you pay attention to them 🙂 When Should I Transplant?? Paddys Day) I'm thinks of transplanting them tomorrow into 2 gallon containers for 3 weeks until final home of 15 gallons. I've also been under 4 philips led 5000k light bulbs for seedling but have a nice 12 cob led array awaiting for when plants are ready. Is it better to transplant when soil is dry or wet as I watered Friday night. reason i asked is what i bought was only good for about 9 days. if you have to start watering every day, time to transplant. reason i asked is what i bought was only good for about 9 days. if you have to start watering every day, time to transplant. Paddys Day) I'm thinks of transplanting them tomorrow into 2 gallon containers for 3 weeks until final home of 15 gallons. I've also been under 4 philips led 5000k light bulbs for seedling but have a nice 12 cob led array awaiting for when plants are ready. Is it better to transplant when soil is dry or wet as I watered Friday night. Thanks this is my first grow and there is two reasons I am doing the 2 gallon and then to 15 gallon. I needed to make more soil as I decided to grow two extra for mothers.

I was told by a buddy who's been doing it awhile that it would give them a growth spurt. It only appears to give a growth spurt because you stunt the growth of the plants by slowing them down in the transplanting process. Additionally it appears this way because they will stop growing each time they are transferred because of the damage to the root system caused by transplanting and the stress recovery time. On a side note you must be planning to grow some real monster plants in 15 gallon pots. It only appears to give a growth spurt because you stunt the growth of the plants by slowing them down in the transplanting process. Additionally it appears this way because they will stop growing each time they are transferred because of the damage to the root system caused by transplanting and the stress recovery time. On a side note you must be planning to grow some real monster plants in 15 gallon pots.

I mentioned shock and he said benefit out weighs negative. However I needed to so it is what it is :) I like making things hard apparently haha. Going to be vegging for 2 months and then flowering for 8-10 weeks. Two of my plants will be moved into 20 gallons as they will veg for 4 months and then I'll take 15 -20 clones and then flower them. Just sharing my personal experience from past grows.

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