She is now in a 3 gallon cloth pot. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do to to keep her going strong?
Unfortunately if she’s an auto then she may not recover as well as you’d like. They recommend never transplanting as the recovery time will Hender the final yeold (as everyone says) it will probably take her 4 days to a week to recover. And at 35 days she’s probably already starting to transition to flower. I would just try to stress her no more and let her do her thing.
Make sure to be giving her nutes.
Hopefully that is their forever home. Once they have recovered from transplant, some light LST will help the yield. If you are in the appropriate soil, you won’t need much of anything until flower. Be sure to keep your liquid in at PH 6.5: there’s nothing that helps the plant more than that.
Thanks thats what i thought but Ive got pfox farm trio nutes to go with the soil so hopefully that will help some. Appreciate your fast response.
Got you thanks a million
Yes all you can do is hope I personally would have just started trimming the roots with siccors but we live and learn lol.
1.5 gal is to small anyways lol. My autos are all started in a propagation tray with rapid rooters and place into forever homes as soon as they show roots through the RR