Transplant or feed?

My 3 plants are very close to transplant and also ready for their first feeding. They will be transplanted into 5gl fabric pots with FFOF. I just watered with plain water yesterday and probably won’t feed them until Monday.

My question is, should I forego the nutrients, transplant into the hot soil, and let the soil do the feeding, or should I feed them and transplant the next day, or transplant and then feed?

What are your thoughts?

@Countryboyjvd1971

First leaves on the 2 oldest plants showing nitrogen deficiency, the rest of the plant looks good on both.

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Hey @SilentHippie I would personally transplant and see how they react to the soil and if you need to you can feed it two days or so ?
That’s how I would do it with the ffof may be to much at once other wise coming from a stater soil
Just my thoughts :thought_balloon:
Can you post a few pictures in natural light for us

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Yeah I would transplant them and feed in a day or two as long as everything looks good
You could add a some big bloom to the water it’s gentle enough imo if you wanted
The single finger leaves tend to yellow and die off also FYI I don’t stress them much the rest looks healthy
Nice job @SilentHippie

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I agree with @Countryboyjvd1971 on this see how they do in the fox farm will probably take off keep us posted

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@Hogmaster @Countryboyjvd1971
Thanks guys!
I think we’ll transplant tomorrow and give them a couple days. If they still look like they need a little help by Monday, we’ll give them a light feeding, although from what you’ve said, I don’t think we’ll need to.

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Yup repot em 1st :point_up:️And give em few days in tgere new homes :house_with_garden: then if that look :eyes: settled in feed em

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