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Transplanting Cannabis Challenge

Cannabis Challenge

Our article Transplanting Cannabis: The ONLY Guide You’ll Ever Need discussed the ways to transplant your cannabis plants. Probably, it’s time for us to test that knowledge you have acquired. Try our Transplanting Cannabis Challenge now!

  • Question /

    If the cannabis is not transplanted to a larger container in time, the plant is still okay on it’s current container.

    • True
    • False
  • Question /

    Which is NOT the negative results when the marijuana plant is not transplanted?

    • The plant will suffer from stunted growth, stretching, and wilting leaves.
    • Too much moisture can also lead to root rot and pests.
    • The roots can still expand on the current pot where the cannabis plant started.
  • Question /

    This is the first sign to check when to transplant your marijuana plant.

    • Increased Water Uptake
    • Discoloration or Wilting
    • Roots Showing
  • Question /

    Should you need to transplant your marijuana plant when you notices that it is taking up more water than usual?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    How do you know that your marijuana plant is experiencing nutrient deficiency?

    • The height doesn’t change.
    • Stems are thin and discoloration of leaves.
    • Discoloration of stems or wilting in the leaves.
  • Question /

    What is the average growth time for a marijuana plant to be transplanted?

    • 2-4 weeks
    • 2-6 weeks
    • 2-8 weeks
  • Question /

    Starting plants in too large of a container could result in too much moisture in the soil for too long.

    • True
    • False
  • Question /

    How do you know if the marijuana plant can survive the transplanting process?

    • If the stem has become firmer and more stable.
    • If the roots are longer and shows already.
    • If the leaves color is indicating good growth.
  • Question /

    What is the first step in container planting?

    • Choose a container no smaller that 1.5 gallon
    • Place the a layer of soil at the bottom of the new container.
    • a layer of compost at the bottom of the new container.
  • Question /

    If you are using liquid nutrients,how do you ensure that your weed plant receives proper nutrients to encourage root growth into the new soil?

    • Combine the soil and nutrients during the transplanting process.
    • Mix in about a quarter of the recommended amount with your water used to moisten the soil.
    • Wet the soil and allow it to dry out.
  • Question /

    What is the correct process of removing your plant from the container?

    • Placing your hand around the stem covering the top of the container, carefully turn your marijuana plant upside down and use gravity to help you to gently remove it from the container.
    • Placing your hand around the stem covering the top of the container, carefully pull your marijuana plant out gently to remove it from the container.
    • Placing your hand around the stem covering the top of the container, carefully turn your marijuana plant to the side and pull it out gently to remove it from the container.
  • Question /

    What is considered as a sign of overwatering or underwatering your plant.

    • Your roots appear thin and brown
    • Dry soil and thin roots.
    • Stinky soil with orangish-yellow roots
    • All of the above
  • Question /

    Why should you ensure that any leaves of your marijuana plant is not buried in the soil?

    • This can lead to rot and disease
    • This can lead to discoloration and malnutrition.
    • This can lead to short growth and disease
  • Question /

    What the sign that the watering is enough?

    • When you see water draining from the holes in the bottom of your container.
    • When you see water draining from the top of your container.
  • Question /

    In transplanting indoors, how deep is the hole needed?

    • 6×6″
    • 8×8″
    • 11×11″
  • Question /

    Is it common to see wilting in the leaves during transplanting?

    • Yes, but your plants should bounce back by the next day or two.
    • No, the plant should still be in great shape after transplanting.

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