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Set the pot on a paint can or something smaller after its dried out pretty good. Then just roll it down. It will pull some roots off the side but I have never had a plant really show any ill effects from it. Those fabric pots are self pruning for the roots anyways and should grow back as long as your medium is good and the plant is healthy.You see guys this is where I fucked up... I'm in fabric pots and I need to transplant.. I did one at the weekend and fuck me so many torn roots. I think it's died... it just hadn't built thick roots to the edge to tie the soil together. I'm going to have to wait a few weeks before I try with my next one. She's not having no water and this time I'll try and told the sides down... if that don't work then I'll have to get the scissors out.
Of you guys were to transplant fabric to fabric. How would you go about getting it out the pot?