Thirsty plants or to small of pot


#1

I have transplanted from cup to 6" pots, it’s been 2 weeks, but since last watering yesterday and three days prior, today plants moist and will need to be watered at end of the day. What should I do? I was thinking transplanting to a 8"pot


#2

Bergman says “You have to transplant your plants after a number of weeks. They can now go to the pot you’ll also let them flower in.” I did this and it worked. I went from 6" to 5 gallon and 7.5 gallon. I like the 7.5 gallon because the plants produced more. Don’t just keep re-potting them a couple of sizes up because every time you do you stress the plant. Timing is important too. Bergman says, "

1 Wait until roots grow out the bottom of the pot
2 Make sure your soil is moist
3 Squeeze the pot a couple of times, so the soil doesn’t stick to the edge
4 Grab the pot from above, with the plant between your fingers
5 Turn the pot and carefully remove this from the roots
6 The new pot should have soil in it and then just carefully place the plant in the pot and add more soil.

I personally always plant deep (about halfway from base of stem to the insignificant set of leaves (the very first set when it popped out of the soil)


#3

There’s this chart that shows when to transplant and it’s about every 3 to 6 weeks but I rather not keep moving them around they are growing at a good pace and healthy. Thanks!