Would you call this an Extreme Transplant?

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Crazyman1212

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This is from a previous grow when I had clones growing in soil but was determined to start growing in coco so I washed all the soil off the roots to full expose them. Then transfer them into coco. I was concerned the soil and coco mix would effect the future grow dealing with oversaturation. Anyways this is a compilation of my results. Enjoy
 
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CookiesLikeWhoa

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The blur on the photo that's top down with the plant in the water puts this image in my head you like grabbed those girls and just yeeted them into the water.

Very well done!
 
Crazyman1212

Crazyman1212

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The blur on the photo that's top down with the plant in the water puts this image in my head you like grabbed those girls and just yeeted them into the water.

Very well done!
Thks, my hands were wet and the phone was slipping while I took the photo. I kinda wish I recorded the process. I was very gentle with them. I basically submerged the root ball in water while holding the base and slowly wiggled my fingers. The soil just kind of melted away. I did lose some of the newly growing fibrous roots but the bulk stayed intact.
 

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