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Ageddd started grow question 4 years ago
(Please read week 10) If you can, i need help with the feeding, if someone can help or give me tips to revegetate this lady i would really appreciate it, or just thoughts about if this is reversible, because is the only big plant i grow this year, gotta be ready if this fails. :wink:
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Week 10
Leaves. Too many
Experimentgreen answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi, how many weeks before it is harvesting time where you live? Months or just weeks? I read all you weeks and it seems light slowly increased? Your stats seem good with exception of small pot(bigger pot,bigger plant) also temps are a little low but if its been out all along that shouldn't be bad, why its flowering is odd. Revegging: either you can leave the plant but take multiple low branch clones, set them at 18+hrs light,it may take several weeks and display odd growth, but once roots and leaves have developed you can proceed with grow. It may just turn to many smaller plants giving you the sea of green approach, also you could do the same to whole plant, the 18+ for 2-4 weeks then start outside again. You say you have other seeds, starting one up may be a good insurance option.
Best of luck happy growing
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi Ageddd ! Today (week 19) it seems that your reveg was a succes but at that stage of the plant you should stop the bio grow and give her some bloom ! August is the right time to switch to the flowering nutrients ! Hope it will help you :grin::+1:
simps answered grow question 4 years ago
I just had the same prob with a few of my plants I put my plants out to early in the spring and the started to flower they looked a lot like yours the summer sun reveged them it made the leaves have single blade leaves and a thousand branches I let it grow out and it looks like it's going to be ok so I think that if u want big buds just flower her out if you want a shit load of middle size buds reveg grow it out as long as you can to try and straighten her out then flower
Kindbudz answered grow question 4 years ago
I would advise against tying to re-veg however if you do want to give it a shot clear all your budsites and make sure it is getting 18-24hours of sunlight each day. I would make it 24 if possible as I find this helps them switch to vegitative easier. Make sure that when you switch back to veg to give it vegitative nutrients as well. This will help the plant to continue to believe it’s still needs to veg. Hope this helps.
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi there! Well I would no try to re-veg this plant at this stage, but instead I'd try to take clones and make them re-veg in a small greenhouse with all appropriate conditions (light cycle, temp, RH, water PH and cloning hormones). It appears that clones cut on a flowering plant and taken back to veg cycle can produce heavy yields and impressive results. Only 3 or 4 of these clones could potentially produce more than their mother if the environment is good enough / if they receive enough love ;-) I'll be around, keeps us up-to-date and good luck!
biggreens420 answered grow question 4 years ago
you could try removing the budsites like topping them and see if she starts to grow new shoots iv known people take clones of flowering plants remove the budsites and reveg as a clone if days are getting warmer and longer it would be worth a shot worst thing that could happen is buds would just grow again
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
I don't think you'll be able to turn back to veg phase an outdoors plant. If it were an indoor grow, things would be different. Flowering trigger is not only a matter of light hours, there's also environmental conditions too, like temperature and yours are on the cold side. Probably the plant is rushing to flower due the low temperatures it senses.
What I have personally done in situations like this, is after a careful harvest where I only removed the buds, but left the stems and leaves, I've seen after a couple of weeks the same plant start to form flowers again. Good luck.