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    2 plants in 1 bucket - One is male

    So I got him outta there. Now what should I do with the roots?

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    Try and get out all you can and get an enzymatic cleaner. When those roots you miss start to die off they could be food for bad organisms. How big was the root system?

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    When you water/feed use an enzyme like hygrozyme of hydroguard by botanicare. Once a week use a biologic like Recharge or Mycos and you will be fine. Just remember, never grow 2 plants in one container.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazarus13 View Post
    Try and get out all you can and get an enzymatic cleaner. When those roots you miss start to die off they could be food for bad organisms. How big was the root system?
    Massive roots. He was a big boy. Roots are so tangled with the other plant it's going to be a challenge
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebudking View Post
    When you water/feed use an enzyme like hygrozyme of hydroguard by botanicare. Once a week use a biologic like Recharge or Mycos and you will be fine. Just remember, never grow 2 plants in one container.
    I use hydroguard regularly
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