This is just a warning to anyone that thinks its a good idea to repot a Moringa too early. I have tried this on both stenopetala and oleifera and both times it failed brilliantly. When young, these plants seem to hate and interference with their roots. Whether they are completely bareroot or still have a large amount of soil clinging they do not transplant well. The day after this picture was taken both plants are completely wilted and drooped over.
I included this picture just for reference. These plants are just under 3 weeks old. Their taproot had reached the bottom of the pot so I decided to try transplanting. I don't know if it would have worked if I put them in water directly after uprooting. I don't want to try because I only have a limited number of seedlings. None of the plants have died but they loose all of their leaves and after about two weeks growth has not resumed.
UPDATE: here are the seedlings a day later. :(
UPDATE: The plants eventually recovered. Don't leave them bare root too long and they'll be fine. If you can't replant immediately keep them submerged in water.