Hi everyone

Hello and welcome. Getting those chinenses up and running is no small task, so congrats on your progress. To keep them happy I would suggest you pot them up into about a one quart pot with a better than average commerial potting soil especially if your garden soil has any clay content. A mix of about equal parts peat, compost, and pumice(or perlite) is also a good starting point.
Enjoy your grow season,
j
Hi there, I have transplanted them however after a couple of days they do not look very good :( Are they gone? Not a lot of soil was left on the roots during transplanting and I guess they are using energy to grow their root system
 

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They are can be resilient but, most don't transplant that young. Only time will time. Not to much bright light until they show improvment.
Good Luck. We all lose a few.
j
 
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