flowering in 1 gallon pots

1 gallon pots?

  • May 22, 2013
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  • endosha
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    • May 22, 2013
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    Not trying to make this more difficult as I suspect your looking for a quick answer, but I think there are a several variables to consider in formulating a credible response . The size of the root structure that might to lead to a root bound plant is best represented visably by the size of the plant. However, even that may be misleading if for example a high nitrogen fertilizer has been used that promotes vegetative growth at the expense of the root development. This brings us to the point of plant size being more of a determinate than time of growth.

    A good rule of thumb I’ve used for plants in a vegatative state is to expect a reasonably healthy root ball to be somewhere between 60 to 75% of the size of the plant. If you find plants have become a little root bound, don’t hesitate to lightly disturb the roots during transplant. ideally, there should be some fine roots pointing out and away from the root ball as it goes into it’s new pot.

    Sorry I can’t provide a quick simple answer in days or weeks or even plant height or width but I don’t beleive that would provide the information you really need.

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    i have 2/ 1 gallon pots was wondering how long i should veg for before they become root locked??any help would be appreciated. thanks :green_heart:

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    Feb 10 · 3 min read

    Choosing a plant pot is an important but often overlooked task. They come in all shapes and sizes that are all going to effect the way your plant grows in some subtle way.

    Happy cannabis roots want…

    Moist at all times — roots die when they dry out! Good watering practices combined with a great growing medium will make sure your roots never dry out

    Oxygen — your roots “breathe” oxygen, so one of the best things you can do for them is make sure they always have access to plenty of oxygen — more oxygen to the roots = faster growth

    Nutrients — your roots “find” nutrients at the roots, and then deliver them to the rest of the plant, so making sure your plant has easy access to nutrients will help your plants thrive and make buds

    pH Management — Some nutrients are sensitive to the pH of their environment. When exposed to the wrong pH, the molecular form of these nutrients actually changes.

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    The pot sizes needed is going to depend on the length of vegetation. You can base your expectations on the table above and use this guide to determine your transplant strategy and final container sizes. We recommend fabric pots for all containers

    • 0-week vegetation: Start plants in 1-gallon pots, no transplanting.
    • 1-week vegetation: Start and stay in 1-gallon or start plants in ½ gallon fabric pots and transplant to 2-gallon at the flip.
    • 2-week vegetation: Start plants in ½ gallon fabric pots, transplant to 2-gallon 3 days before the flip.
    • 3-week vegetation: Start plants in ½ gallon fabric pots, transplant to 2 or 3-gallon around day 18.
    • 4-week vegetation: Start plants in ½ gallon pots, transplant to 3-gallon around day 18.

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    Flimsy structure can make plant support challenging

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    SIZE OF POTS FOR CANNABIS PLANTS Choosing a plant pot is an important but often overlooked task. They come in all shapes and sizes that are all going to effect the way your plant grows in some subtle…