How to transfer a hydroponic DWC pot to coconut soil?

k4n4m3s

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Hello everyone,
I have an 11-week-old mature female automatic DWC hydroponic planter - Dark Purple - that I want to transfer to coconut soil and grow outdoors.
I just need to make room in a tent for new flower pots.


I wanted to know if the transition would be too traumatic for the plant and kill it?
What is better to do / not do?
 

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MustGro

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Maybe the best option for me its to take out the pot outdoor. DWC Outdoor. Its posibble ? Its less traomatic?
Sure if you've got a warm enough climate for a water grow in March. The plant won't like cold temps though and the roots sure won't like too much cold.
You'll fuck her if you tear up her roots taking her out of that pot and she'll never recover. You could just put the pot and all into soil or soilless mix; that'd be less trauma for her for sure. But best to finish her DWC if you can, inside or out.
 

k4n4m3s

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Sure if you've got a warm enough climate for a water grow in March. The plant won't like cold temps though and the roots sure won't like too much cold.
You'll fuck her if you tear up her roots taking her out of that pot and she'll never recover. You could just put the pot and all into soil or soilless mix; that'd be less trauma for her for sure. But best to finish her DWC if you can, inside or out.
Thanks for comment bro
About the weather, im livin in the middle East so warm or sun isn't the problem ( 27 Celsius degree s / 55% humidity )

Im think Dwc outdoor is the best option for me.
 

MustGro

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Well I'm jealous of your weather since I'm in Canada with snow. Hope you can keep your reservoir temps below 24c...
 

k4n4m3s

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Well I'm jealous of your weather since I'm in Canada with snow. Hope you can keep your reservoir temps below 24c...
Very difficult, im already building some diy air conditioner with ice cubes and fan exhaust. Preparing for the summer..

I will update soon
 
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