While transplanting my auto mazar in big pot the land was broken, but the root i think survived. Is there a chance for her to survive now when she’s in big pot. And if there is problem when does she show it? Thank you
You might see her drooping for a bit, but be patient! It’s an auto? If so, you might have hurt your end yield by transplanting. But give her time. The roots will fill in the bigger pot, and it might be a while before you see any new growth.
Thanks. or you’re telling that there is chance for her to grow and have no problem with this transplantation?
Most likely she will recover her roots and go into flower. Problem is autos don’t like to be stressed in any way and the way they respond is to grow as one big cola but on the smaller side as a plant. Your yield will be considerably less. I just had this happen as well. My plant was supposed to be a photo and I notice while transplanting she was flowering under 24/7 light. Now she looks like this.
What do you mean, the “land” was broken? Limb? Main stalk?
A photo would be good as well as it’s age.
(I’m picturing worst case)
If you only have a root and no foliage the plant won’t survive. A seed only stores enough energy to give a plant time to unfurl it’s first leaves. From there the leaves make the energy. No leaves, no energy.
When i tried to put her out of little coffee cup to big pot A large part of the land was damaged. But i think root wasn’t damaged. I hope so🙁
Do you mean the dirt from the root ball
Ahha. That may be what he means.
She will recover she might look a little droopy and sad for a few days even a week until she repairs and damage done to roots amd recovers from the stress
Fyi i normally water a day or two before i transplant to keep root ball moist not wet they tend to stay together better that way @Nodriges
Hello friends. I think she survived and she’s healthy. How do you think? Thanks. She’s now 17 days old
Looks good to me. Nice and healthy.
Same here she’s lookin good so far
Yep, she looks great. You’ve got a survivor.