Ok, here is what the roots look like. Just barely coming out, but I just moved them from a 2 gallon to a 5 Gallon 11 days ago.
This is what the plant looks like - it’s 30 inches tall - I put it under better lights and a bigger pot at the same time, it was about 30 days old then, and it blew up, but so did the roots apparently.
These are the buds, when I transplanted the white hairs were just starting to show up. They are everywhere now. But I’ve got another 30 days at least, which is my problem. I really don’t want to put the plant through another transplant while it’s budding.
This is the gorilla glue auto that was planted at the same time. It’s a dwarf in comparison coming in at 15 inches at 42 days, but it has filled out nicely since the transplant too.
So, those roots are going to tear through that bag, and I’m not sure what to do. Can I leave them to drape down the sides of the bag? The best alternative I’ve come up with other than transplant is to put them in a 15-20 gallon rubbermaid and fill it to the root level. I guess I would proactively put the gorilla glue in there too, and let them share a 30 gallon for the next month.
this is what they looked just after transplant 10 days ago.