????? but it takes months to select a plant from seeds (& If you had a clone then you wouldn't need to reveg...) so that doesn't really makes sense to me! It may be YEARS before he finds a plant he likes as much as the one he has (you never know..)I've been told you're better off restarting with seeds or clones because it takes several weeks for the plant to start responding to veg again. I've never done it my self though.
I took 8 cuts from a Point Of No Return Mom that was about 3 weeks into flower. They rooted in soil cups pretty well, but took over a month for any new leaf growth to show. Even then it was a reveg. The clones grew their new leaves out of the old leaves on some & grew new branches under the old leaves on others. 3 of them are still not showing much.Has anybody here reveged any plants that were deep into flower? Took a few pots that had some bud harvested on it and left several branches with bud still on it. It has been under 24hr for 3 weeks and then back on 18/6 for another 3 weeks and has not started to reveg. 3 of the plants died.
I've reveged many cuttings and never had a problem doing so. But am having a heck of a time with these. Down to my last ones from 2 different stock.
i think u are right the plant needs a dark period as they need doing produce sugar from photosynthese so may u are rightIn my experience 24h light is great for vegetative growth in cannabis but not ideal for revegging as it does not communicate any info to the plant. I have had plants continue to flower endlessly under 24h light, even after their root ball was unrestricted, and found that exposing them to a dark period really helps signal that the spring has come.
I am feeling nice and bold today. I know that I’m going to take some verbal punches here, but you don’t have to have your light hours and dark hours equal twenty four hours. Light cycles are the most precious and tightly kept stuff!! But plants measure continuous periods of uninterrupted darkness, and not periods of illumination at all. The “alien” systems of lighting (ufo = United Family of Orlando) do not use the 24h clock, but many cheaper timers would make it hard to deviate from that. Luckily you could run the standard 18/6 or 16/8, BUT you can also run 6/6 six on and six off) and your revegging should process a bit faster - god willing!
I reveged a flowering female but not fully Rippen just some buds in took a lower branch with some buds on put her under 24/7 light and after almost 4 weeks roots Apair out the jiffi that was the confirmation that the reveg was a success See my threath reveg successfulAre you revegging a female plant that is in flower, or one who has finished flower, or a cutting from a flowering female? Revegging cuts from a flowering female seems really easy when I’ve tried it, but trying to reveg a fully ripe female after the buds have been harvested is a bit more challenging (still possible however). I’ve had male cannabis plants that wouldn’t reveg, like an auto, also, and lots that do if caught early enough, but I’ve never seen a flowering male reveg under 24/0
Is this normally a thing? How about under 18/6? I've revegged a few females just fine, but none the three males I've handled have wanted to fully go back to veg.I’ve had male cannabis plants that wouldn’t reveg, like an auto, also, and lots that do if caught early enough, but I’ve never seen a flowering male reveg under 24/0
Yeah, some rare males can reveg if caught early enough, it is possible, but some just won’t under my care coke back from the cliff. The males that have revegged were barely flowering and had a strong short dark cycle. Light cycles are fun to play with; no need for a 24h day other than the convenience of cheaper timers. Plants only measure darkness hours and never light hours, so imo the only hope for a male is to trim the flower quickly and make sure it has frequent dark cycles. The genus has so many variants, I’m sure there are exceptions, but I don’t know if any better information at this time.Is this normally a thing? How about under 18/6? I've revegged a few females just fine, but none the three males I've handled have wanted to fully go back to veg.