I have not seen many threads on revegging or regeneration of plants so I thought I would make one so people know how to do it if you dont already know how. This is just how I do it, there are other methods as well this is just what has worked for me in my limited space you can always tweek it to your standards with that said I shall start.
First, here is the pic of the girl I want to reveg,revive,whatever you call it.
Here is the same girl after I harvested what I wanted I left a few of the buds at the bottom completely in tact. I have started to remove the soil on top so I dont spill it everywhere.
Then I take her out of the old pot to reveal the roots of this girl. This is way too much rootmass for the small plant left. I always take roots off.Others prefer not to but my space is limited thats why I do it and like I said I dont think the plants need that many roots.
So I start to tear off the roots with my hands until only small rootball is left.
Here is a pic of what I normally leave.
Then I just transplant it into fresh new soil.
And here she is in her new home ready for the veg schedule again. I use 20/4
under a 105w CFL and I leave them in those small containers cause I dont want overgrown moms but you can use whatever veg schedule you want.
I just water with plain water and very little since the plant does not have much to keep alive.
Here is a pic of another girl(White rhino) that got the same treatment but it has started to reveg a bit as you can see by the new growth starting to form out of the buds.It has only been in revegg for a week or two I am not sure.
I hope someone finds this info of some use if so my task here has been completed. I myself never new it could be done until I saw it documented on OG. I thought it was impossible until I tried it myself and was amazed at what happened. Anyway I will try to keep updating this so you guys can see how the branches start to form out of the buds. Just Crazy