I’ll go first:
When I was growing other plants families, a very good grower grew her plants in red solo cups. She implemented a potting process I’ve utilized for every other landscape and potted plant of planted, unless it’s something I wanted to have wet feet.
She used the “mountain and the moat” technique.
Essentially you create a mount/mound of soil in the center of the potting hole/pot center and firm the sides around the mound. The crown of the plant sits on top of the mound with the roots fanning down the sides of the mound. Fill
In and gently firm around the mound, creating the “moat”, so water runs away from the crown and around the root zone.
This is very applicable to CP’s grown in trays, as the water table can stay higher and the vulnerable crowns drain and stay drier.
Hopefully my explanation makes sense.