So i started my flowering on nov 1st, she's producing assloads of buds and the whole plant is looking like its gonna be one hell of a monster (with proper support) im definetly going to give all the credit to good genetics and a great light, my growing skills have nothing to do with since this is my first grow and i've nearly killed her almost a dozen times. So the issue im having is that yesterday i was lifting her pot out of the tray of rocks and i noticed she has about 3 inch long roots (several) growing out the bottom drainedge whole of the pot into the tray of rocks, in fact the roots were nice and settled until i lifted the pot, they looked really healthy considering they'd been growing in rocks and soaking for days in water. I've read that if i were close to harvest i could just cut them off and she'd probebly be fine but i highly doubts thats the case here. Then to top it off, after talking to my local hydro store, they wont have anything bigger then a 5gallon pot for a weekso my question boils down to this. Am i going to completely ruin my bud if i carefully (and i do mean carefully) transplant my plant, 4 weeks into flowering (which is what it will be by the time i get a pot) into a larger (and hopefully this time permanent) pot. When answering please bear in mind that i am not just trying to grow some bud, I am trying to grow a mother plant here and therefore will be keeping her after harvest which im hoping wont be any longer than 5 weeks from now. I would honestly rather get a good supply of clippings then any amount of bud from this as I have thoroughly enjoyed growing this plant, both from a stoner view, but even more so the little science geek in me has been loving every minute of it. any suggestions?? I have thought about just putting another pot under this one and burying the roots, however i am concerned about running out of vertical room if i do this. I'd be more then happy to provide information about my lighting/grow room/seeds if you think it would help but this i believe is more of a general question.