Mango transplant shock


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Hey guys so I transplanted this little guy from my garden to a pot 3 days ago, it's about a year old and the root was a few inches long with a few sparse hairs... Oh and how did the stem branch out like that? Think she will bounce back? Any idea how I could lessen the shock and when will I be able to tell that it's doing fine
 

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If you used regular soil from the garden you need to be very careful with the watering. If you can find a root stimulator transplant treatment that has NAA or IBA, they will help the plant produce new roots. You should know in about a week if it's gong to make it. Plants branch where they branch on their own schedule and pattern.
 
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Its in a mixture of topsoil and 75% compost... She still looks the same leaves drooping a few brown spots let's see this Tue/weds how she looks will send a few pics, but I fingers. Crossed on this lol
 
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Regarding the hormones, do u get a type that u can apply to the soil post transplant? Cos doesn't that mean I have to remove the plant apply hormone then replant?
 
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