Need help from Ontario Canada growers

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to start, I hope everyone is ok after the storm yesterday…. I am just outside of Ottawa. I have my clones inside and was thinking of putting them outside this weekend. I’ll be growing 5 white widow in 25g fabric bags. This is my second outdoor but forget a lot… can someone help guide me on taking them from small pots to large bags? Can I simply remove the plants from the pot and plant in the larger pot? Do I need to do anything with the roots etc? Thanks in advance!
 
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have a plan
be prepared/everything ready
be gentle
be efficient/timely..
generally best to transplant when soil/medium is not too wet as the wet medium can break away, breaking roots..
couple other tips but that should be good enough..
 
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to start, I hope everyone is ok after the storm yesterday…. I am just outside of Ottawa. I have my clones inside and was thinking of putting them outside this weekend. I’ll be growing 5 white widow in 25g fabric bags. This is my second outdoor but forget a lot… can someone help guide me on taking them from small pots to large bags? Can I simply remove the plants from the pot and plant in the larger pot? Do I need to do anything with the roots etc? Thanks in advance!
Hey, good luck,.......I just started using worm castings and I'm hooked, everything is thriving after adding it to the soil and also when transplanting, I prepare a hole then line the hole with the castings before I add the plant then water as normal....There are lots of soil amendments you can get into but for strong and healthy look into the castings.
 
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to start, I hope everyone is ok after the storm yesterday…. I am just outside of Ottawa. I have my clones inside and was thinking of putting them outside this weekend. I’ll be growing 5 white widow in 25g fabric bags. This is my second outdoor but forget a lot… can someone help guide me on taking them from small pots to large bags? Can I simply remove the plants from the pot and plant in the larger pot? Do I need to do anything with the roots etc? Thanks in advance!
I put 3 in the ground last weekend,yesterdays storm was wicked,crazy wind and hail here. I left old stalk in the ground and zipped tied them to it, so far so good. I just flip plants upside down and tap the pots and transplant,no problems ever
 
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Thank you for the advice! I’m going to get everything setup today, and transplant tomorrow. I was told to put them in the shade at first or the sun could shock/kill them?
 
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Thank you for the advice! I’m going to get everything setup today, and transplant tomorrow. I was told to put them in the shade at first or the sun could shock/kill them?
ya for the most part,
 
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to start, I hope everyone is ok after the storm yesterday…. I am just outside of Ottawa. I have my clones inside and was thinking of putting them outside this weekend. I’ll be growing 5 white widow in 25g fabric bags. This is my second outdoor but forget a lot… can someone help guide me on taking them from small pots to large bags? Can I simply remove the plants from the pot and plant in the larger pot? Do I need to do anything with the roots etc? Thanks in advance!
You should wait until June 1st before planting outdoors in our area. Do to the light cycle of the sun you could inadvertently cause your grow to go into flower. Plus there is some shit weather on the way, no reason to stress your girls out this coming week.
 
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