If you’re looking to cultivate cannabis both inside and outside, a big part of this is transplanting. This is sensitive though, since they do need enough room so that their root system is extensive enough so that it reaches the potential that you’re going for. If the plant doesn’t have enough room to grow, then the roots won’t work as well and it can actually cause a root ball. This is a very important thing to watch out for, and you want to make sure that they get transplanted right away, and in a careful manner.
The right substrate matters for this, and it does reduce the stress that your plant goes through. It also will reduce the chances of fungi and also offer the best yields possible when done correctly.
This is because the seeds of cannabis do rise and germinate from the ground directly after the winter season happens, and they usually grow without any problems when you look at the root space, and lets it develop in all kinds of ways. It also withstands the irrigation that’s not there, and lets it flower better without restrictions, helping them hit levels not thought possible
When you do pot-growing, the space is limited for roots, which does cause problems with the root system, and develop overall. A plant that’s created in a tiny pot won’t get you as much yield as one that’s free growing. Roots and plant health are also connected, and it also does affect the plant’s health as well. Keeping them in one container might be a good option, but why don’t you change pots instead?
That’s because when done right, it actually saves you a lot of nutrients, space, and also saves you major substrate since you don’t need to account for giant pots or a ton of soil. A small container that lets it grow until it has some leaves and then is slowly transplanted, it’ll offer better space, growing, and your flowering and vegetative phases are definitely much more easily manageable in this way too.
The growth speed also does change with this, and you’ll definitely notice that they’re able to grow a bit faster, and a lot better too, and it is able to maximize the growth period with this.
There is also a huge benefit to this too. Less chances for fungi. The problem is if you get a giant pot for growing fungi, the whole substrate gets wet, and it doesn’t soak up as much in their roots, so it’ll be wet for a few days, and the problem is, that overwatering is a huge part of this, which does increase the risk for fungi that are pathogenic, something cultivators need to avoid completely or else they’ll be in for quite a lot of trouble.
Finally, it offers better performance as well, offering better production, and it actually helps save some time when cultivating and it does improve the setup.
Factors that Matter
When transplanting, you need to look for some factors that determine when you know that it’s the right time to transplant. The condition of the roots is one. When they fill the holes to drain or start to stick out, it’s time to move.
If you notice that it’s not growing horizontally, it may also be time to move it, since it’s starting to try to account for more places than ever for roots. Finally, irrigation. If it can’t hold moisture very well, or maybe you’re watering it a lot, that’s a sign that the plant needs to get out of there and start to move.