I transplanted a few of my girls from soil to 50/50 coco and perlite.. I did this by removing damn near all of the old soil from around the roots and dipping in water aswell. I did this cos i wasn't sure how the ph difference between soil and coco would affect them. I tried to spread the roots out as much as i could while setting them in coco Anyway just wondering is this a good thing? Plants don't seem to mind it at all so far. Get maybe a couple of hours of curled up leaves then they come right again. In fact the white widow i transplanted was in a 10 litre bucket about a foot tall and quite bushy. As it had fairly well developed roots i decided to cut them in half, put her in coco, fed ph adjusted water with a few drops of superthrive and i swear it grew an inch that night (possibly due to lack of water before transplanting?) Yeah point of my post is shit seemed to go waaay too smooth. I want to get the rest into coco but im not sure if i will run into problems further on.. root rot or something from roots being stuck together? Is it wise to cut the roots in half? Only reason i did it with that one is they were a lot more established than the rest. But then roots are easier to position if i cut them in half first Should i go ahead and plant the rest in coco or leave it another week to see what happens with the current 3? I'd hate for all my plants to die in 3 weeks time because of something im doing/have done wrong now..