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Joe100

New Member
Hey I've never tried this, but is it possible to constantly flower a plant, like lose the nutrients for awhile to harvest the buds, then put the nutrients back on it and start growing more buds?
 

Smokin Moose

Fallen Cannabis Warrior
Hey I've never tried this, but is it possible to constantly flower a plant, like lose the nutrients for awhile to harvest the buds, then put the nutrients back on it and start growing more buds?
As Torco said, you can regenerate a plant, but it is not possible to do it the way you propose - which if I read it right, is to stall flowering and restart on a continual basis.
 

fasts102376

On Vacation
i read some where after u harvet ur plant leave a little bit on the plant and put it back to veg and start the process over again..

i was just wondering if it's worth doing it again.. if u can get a decent harvest that way i could save on some beans..

thanks for ur reply:adore:
 

Smokin Moose

Fallen Cannabis Warrior
Yes, you can re-vegetate a flowering plant after harvest. Like Torco, I have done that several times myself. The second harvest will not be quite as good as the first as far as yield, but if you meet all the plants requirements for growth, you will get a second crop. I have even re-generated a plant for a third harvest.
 
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