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How long should I expect my plant to take to recover from transplanting?


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mendoman

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:Dcouple ov day should be enoth sounds like your ph is out do your mix at 6 ph and test the water that comes out ov the bottom ov the pots you need to get it to bout 6.5 i bet its in the 7s wid the purple and stunting happy days:hello:

I transplanted one of my girls from a 5 gallon to 10 gallon container last week (losing no roots at all) and though it looks fine (leaves are in fact starting to show a wee bit of purple), the plant hasn't grown at all. It's like it's been in suspended animation.

How long does it typically take to start showing signs of growth again?

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With a little superthrive mine have a growth spurt after transplanting.

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If done correctly, plants do not need tp ´recover´ from transplanting at all.

You get an immediate growth spurt as the roots start to grow into the new soil.


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