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Louie7

Good day! Lourence here/ 22 y.o / beginner and still learning/

Ocimum Basilicum

  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2018
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Louie7

How to transfer this in soil? Ive put it in water 2 weeks ago and there's a roots growing..

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emve

Hi. Those roots look healthy and strong, I would definitely transfer to soil, taking care to disturb the roots as little as possible.

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Louie7

Hi @emve .. If i transfer it to soil, is there a chance to have a shock? Or is there anything i can do to minimize the shock? Ive been doing this since last week.. all of my herbs withered when i transfer it into soil..

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gauravsh6

Move to a small pot first in cocopeat

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Louie7

@gauravsh6 ohhh just only cocopeat? No soil? No vermiculite? No anything?

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gauravsh6

Don't worry. It will hold well in cocopeat

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Louie7

@gauravsh6 ooohhh okaay okay i will do that.. i will give you update about that.. what am i supposed to do? Can i put it in small pot?

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gauravsh6

Yes. Only it stabilizes in pot then you can put in soil

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Louie7

@gauravsh6 oh thank you so much for some suggestions.. i will update you what will happen and ask you for more..

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brightcolours

These white roots are very delicate. So as @emve says try not to disturb the roots too much. Have you any seaweed tonic?

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Louie7

@brightcolours never heard of that before.. what is that?

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