Questions regarding pots


#1

Questions from a fellow grower:

I haven’t seen anything on the size of the plant planters, I really don’t know what size the plants should get to support a smaller area for the root ball to handle a healthy plant. I was also wondering if I could have a couple of plants in soil, in say 5 gallon planters to grow me some mother plants along side of my hydro- pots. I received my order the other day from you , the 50 new seeds and have never used a seedling-cloning kit set up (new purchase), so I am still amassing information, so I will not mess up my seeds. I still like about 6 hours of works in finishing my New Grow room size 7ft by 12 ft. I have to grow 2 crops, to correct the mistake of having such small growing pots. I ordered the 1 gallon size not knowing that they would only allow me to grow small plants. I plan on replacing the small 1 gallon size pots to a larger 3 gal size or larger. Robert if you can determine anything I have discussed here and can offer any tips I would be grateful. thanks again for all your help (and the great seeds you sell)


#2

1st. You can grow soil plants for MOM’s in the same room as hydro pots. However; MOM’s must be kept under 18/6 or longer photo period, so once you flower your hydro pots, you would have to move the MOM’s.

In soil. I place my seedlings in a 1 gallon pot for 4-6 weeks. I re-pot into 3-5 gallon pots, and flower a week or 2 later. This allows me nice full plants. A lot of the pot size id proportionate to the size grow space you have. :slight_smile: