Transplant from big to bigger

I had some plants growing and I flipped them, except one. I used to her to make clones. Because I had some people asking me.
I recently put her in a ten gallon fabric pot. I have some plants I recently sprouted and a clone or two I am going to do my first outdoor run with. I was gonna move that mom plant outside as well. I feel like the ten gallon will be just too small for her, as she’s already a nice size plant. yesterday I topped her to widen her up more and control the height indoors for the next two weeks.
Have any of you ever transplanted from a 10 gallon to a 20 or 30? How did that go?



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If its in a grow bad you can bury that in a bigger pot/bag without transplanting

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Like @plumbdand said. Just bury fabric pot in the larger one.

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So what do you guys think. I have two weeks about till I can put my plants in the green house. They’re getting a bit too big for their pots. Should I just leave them until I transplant outside? Or should I transplant now into a slightly bigger pot. Then once I move outside and harden off, put in their forever homes.

Also here a picture of the current state of the green house. The cover crop has sprouted and rye tomatoes and peppers are loving it, I til they go outside. I’m gonna take most things out once the cannabis goes in.



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I ended up cutting some pallets up and moving them out of the center. A few weeks ago

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