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Fuzzy1981's Fox Farm Ocean Forrest Northern Lights 2019

Agemon

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The moisture of the soil is the most important, wait until it's dry enough for the roots to support the dirt. Make sure you firmly pat the outside of the bag too. You don't want the bag to stick to the soil or the roots to be attached to the bag. Good luck, I'd wait until morning and check. They look fine right now.
 

Fuzzy1981

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o.k. got them both transplanted. the dirt in the critical mass was very dry, and i just watered it this morning, only about the top two inches of the dirt looked damp the rest was bone dry. i used a razor blade to cut the fabric pot open while pulling the fabric away from the dirt. then just lifted them out and put them in the 7 gallon pot. i mixed the dirt with water then packed it in all around the roots. i used some more myco on top of the first four inches in the bottom of the bag, a tablespoon in each.
 

Agemon

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Sounds good to me. How do they look today? If they look good you're on to it. If they look sad give'm a day and they'll prolly bounce right back.

Pics or it didn't happen...
 

Agemon

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wow thats over half it's weight, how much weight is normal for a bud to loose when it's dried?
I've heard anywhere from 80-90% of the water weight is lost. 2 ounces is 57 grams (rounded) minus 80% = 11.4 grams. You know give or take a few trichomes. I figure when she's close to that weight I'll throw the bud into a jar with a 62% boveda and see what happens. Still gotta burp the jar though!
 
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