Rooted Clones: When to transplant?

Discussion in 'Advanced Growing Techniques' started by Herbalonics, May 27, 2009.

  1. Hey everyone,

    I have a Purple Diesel (NYC Diesel X Purple Oregon Thai thanks to Highgrade Seeds) plant that I took clones from about 6 days into flowering just enough to know they were female, then after some rooting gel put in some rockwool to revert back to veg. Both were in propagation tanks for a few days, but I decided to experiment with transplanting one of them in a 1.5 L pot of Fox Farm Ocean Forest soil. It wound up being a failure and I am pretty sure its in the process of dying now. The other is now about 10 days old and now showing healthy white sprouts of roots beginning to show on the bottom.

    Is it a safe call to go ahead and transplant the rooted one into the 1.5 L of Ocean Forest? I plan to use this clone eventually as a mother plant so I'm looking to do anything for it's best interest.

    Thanks
     
  2. I always wait until the roots are like an inch or two long. Then I transplant them into ffof from the bubble cloner.

    Depending on what size rockwool you have I'd say they're good to plant into soil if roots are poking out of the bottom.
     

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