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    Transplanting Coco coir to living soil or FF ocean Forest a good idea?

    Has anyone tried and succeeded with the above method? I hear that if I flush before transplanting, there shouldn't be any problem. Please give advice.

    #2
    Transplanting is all about the roots. If there is no damage to the roots, there is generally no problems with transplanting.
    completed 7 grows
    what I have learned so far:
    environment maters more than nutrients
    at least a dab of nutrients in every watering
    effective flushing before harvest is critical to quality

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      #3
      I had the same question a week or so ago. General consensus. It’s fine.
      48”x48”x80” flower/main tent
      600w mh/hps
      32”x32”x63” veg tent
      viparspectra PAR 450 led
      FFOF soil, Fox farms nutes, raw silica
      5 gallon Smart Pots
      Current grow Aurora Indica, Girl Scout Cookies, Wonder Woman (all Nirvana)
      Current grow progress: https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/growing-community/159795-locrian99s-2nd-grow

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        #4
        I do this with every grow now!
        There is no need to flush and I feed it one more time using Nebula's auto, coco nutrient schedule before switching to an organic with minerals- feed schedule.
        It has given me my best yields ever.
        tutorial= https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...er-intentional
        It's all bullshit - until you smoke it!

        KISS @ Dry/Cure:
        https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-kiss-dry-cure


        Grow Journals:

        #1, http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...oe-og-kush-50g

        #2, http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...ck-herer-28-4g

        #3, http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...nic-soil-24-7g

        #4, https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...ies-autoflower

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          #5
          Why switch? Pick one and stick with it is best plan in my opinion. But that said, I do bonsai and when you transplant you remove most of the soil and 1/3 of the roots and foliage. You put them in new soil and ive never had one die from transplanting. ( ive killed many other ways). I agree with Flockshot, if there is no damage to the roots they will be fine. On the bonsai note, I read an interesting piece a long time ago. An interview with a bonsai master from Japan. They asked how he had gotten so good. His answer was " Ahh....I killed many bonsai ". We should try to be more humble in our approach to growing weed. I get tired of hearing "its just a weed, its easy to grow" . Everything is easy once you know how. Ok......Im ranting.

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