Do I still need to water transplanted plants if they're being transplanted into a flood plain?

Gardening & Landscaping Asked by black thumb on December 20, 2020

My mom, and I just transplanted 10 rhubarb plants (thinning 6 that were planted near each other), and I was wondering if there would be enough moisture in the soil to not need to water them (suction noise when digging with a shovel).

I put a heap (about 2X the hole size) of myceliated wood chips (Stropharia Rugosoannulata) in the area to replace the soil. so that it would be a super rich replacement when broken down.

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The rhubarb seems fine in a soil that stays black, and sticky without water penetration to the shovel when dry, but I'm watering it anyways to make sure it gets the water needed.

Answered by black thumb on December 20, 2020

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