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Old 01-12-2019, 11:58 AM #11
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Sorry to say but revegging after 6 weeks of flowering will result in unwanted behaviour. They soon will produce countless thin shoots and the buds will be thousands but the smallest you have ever seen. A trimming nightmare. Not mentioning the time you will lose. Probably more than a month. Also the buds that you have now will change into a mass of shoots and they will decay until final harvest. Size could also get out of control and the pots could get too small. I would go back to flower immediately if I were you. You will probably still lose a month now but it would (probably) save your buds. No guarantee though for anything I said. Google "monster cropping" to see what will happen.
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A single bud will try and become many branches, but you don't have to keep them all. You get your cutters out and make it what you want it to be. If that is a single shoot, it will be as big as a single shoot should be.


I did have a nightmare once. A Black Domina that took literally years. It looked like it was back in veg properly after many months, but the slightest excuse and it was heading into flower. You could carry it from room to room and it would be off again. It needed 24/7 light. Cuttings would be turning straight away, and might not fully reveg before they were flowered. But christ was is fast. Lovely to. So I persisted past the 6 year mark with it. Yes.. 6 years. It was quite settled after about 2 years, but never really did get deep into veg. Lent it a friend who lost it in a few months. Gutted.
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Seems too time consuming to reveg. You have to have patience....and unless you're cloning, starting with seed seems more plausible and beneficial.
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The more bud left on the plant the more chance of it revegging.

My method is to harvest the tops, feed high N veg feed with a carboload of some kind, and switch light to 24-0. In 30 days can usually take clones.

I don't like to transplant until new growth resumes. It really affects success rate negatively.

That plant in the OP post will def reveg, looks like it's doing do now.
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Old 01-13-2019, 12:52 AM #16
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It really isn't though. Just harvest, leave a little bud, feed veg food, and park in veg room. Easy peasy.
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I've been having really good luck re-vegging after harvest. I did it with a plant I hadn't been able to clone, and since then have been re-vegging after harvest anytime I have room, just for the experience.

I just leave some green to photosynthesize and have consistently seen new growth after two weeks back under 18/6. The only change I made from when I wasn't successful was to water the revegging plant a very tiny amount every day or two. Keep the roots from drying out is all you need to do. I've also found re-potting at this time seems to help jump start new root growth.
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