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Coco To Super Soil ???

Discussion in 'General Indoor Growing' started by Migrower83, Feb 18, 2019.

  1. My plants are currently in 1 gallon pots in canna coco being feed canna nutes. I’m wanting to know if I will have problems if I put the plants in super soil and cut the feed off will I have problems ? Say putting them in 5 gallon pots full of super soil ?
     
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  2. Mr Bee

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    is your plant well rooted in the 1 gal?is it a big plant or seedling?probably best to try to gently remove the coco from the root zone as best u can before putting it into a small pot of slightly moist soil.it will take a wee bit to establish into the soil as the root structure a plant grows in coco is a little different to how it grows in soil.
     
  3. The plant is fairly big and well rooted it is about 24” tall and topped twice . I have been growing in coco for a couple years and just want to try something different .
     
  4. Mr Bee

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    It shouldn't be too difficult to remove most of the coco from around the roots.try not to break em of course but it's not the end of the world if u do.
    Just remember growing in soil requires a wet dry cycle meaning you water then let the soil dry out a good bit before watering again.also when your just running in soil using bottled organic nutes it takes about 2 weeks before you see the effects of your feed.what I mean is for example if u have a plant that is getting a bit of yellowing from lack of N and you up your N in your feeds,you won't see any effects from that upped N feed until about 2 weeks later.it may be different with tea,s and living soil but that's how it is when using bottled bites in soil.in my experience at least.
     
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