- Aug 6, 2018
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Good advice that I've already taken lol. I'll leave the transplant advice to Carty.. but for what it's worth, transplanting causes stress that is unnecessary with a feminized plant that will develope just as strong of a root ball in the 2 gallon that it will if started in the one gallon.I started reading Cartys post I read it from the beginning where he said if he had feminized seeds he started them in a two gallon pots. Felt pots 10” tall. He only started in a 1 gallon pot if he had to sex them as to not waste a bunch of soil. Later in the post maybe months later I’m not sure, I think he found that they did better with a transplant from the one gallon pots even if they were feminized. I was just wondering if he thought it would be worth it to start with the 1 gallon pots then up pot even tho I have feminized seeds. If you haven’t read his post, grab a drink and a couple doobies and plan on reading a while. there is a lot of good information there.