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  1. reveg week 4

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  2. ReVeg Plant

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  3. Hello everyone I've just found out why my plants have taken so long to finish flowering, I have just realised that my timer has been set incorrectly and the girls have been either getting interrupted sleep or a much shorter sleep then they should. I think it must have got knocked at some point in the last week or two... So without knowing this, the past couple weeks I have been slowly trying to flush the girls by decreasing the base nutrients but had ended up carrying on the nutes again cause it seemed like the plants needed longer (duh I can see why now). So now one or possibly more of my buds/plants has started to reveg I think and I don't know whether I should chop asap or give it a bit longer to let everything adjust and hopefully mature a bit more (the lowers are quite underdeveloped, I will try to get more pictures soon). Sorry for the ramble, this is my first grow and it was all going quite well despite it being so crowded in there till the timer got knocked or something (was behind the tent where I couldn't see it but thought it would be ok, lesson learnt!). If you need any more info just ask and I'll do my best to provide it. Hope you can help me out!
  4. Hello you good enlightened people. I recently cropped a PAK from Dinafem that I had germed in a cold frame in spring then brought in to flower mid September under LED's. I chucked the stump next to the bin last Saturday, and left it to put in compost, I then sampled some of the dense buds and realised I most defiantly have a REALLY stinky complex flavoursome keeper. I have brought a remarkably good looking bit of stump in with two nodes of popcorn buds and a really fucked up looking bit of leaf. It has gone in with my Sweet seeds Cream mandarin on a 20/4 light cycle i the hope it will re-veg. Has anyone done similar? I would love to take cuts and grown some more of this outstanding bud :
  5. As title, s there any difference in yield or vigour in cuts from plants that have been through a full flowering cycle and then revegged? or will the cuts behave in the same way as if they were taken from the plant in its normal (virgin) pre-flower veg phase? the reason I ask is there is that due to an accident there is an army of hacks on the go ATM, - so many that some will have to go to friends, and there is no way we can take cuts of all of them. If there is no real difference in yield/vigour from cuts taken from revegged plants then we can just reveg the keepers which would save us a world full of hassle and grief and worry. I have run cuts from revegged mums years and years ago which seemed to do OK, maybe a bit less vigor but I cant remember if we even compared weights and it was far from scientific and memory fades. not looking for opinions or theories here, just growers with direct experience of the issue in question. Do they behave more or less the same as normal veg cuttings or is it plant dependant? Or does it produce weaker clones and only make sense if you want too keep a strain alive for breeding? really appreciate any feedback. MM
  6. diesel

    From the album Diesel pictures

    a couple of weeks into reveg

    © lasouris

  7. Diesel

    From the album Diesel pictures

    a couple of weeks into reveg

    © lasouris

  8. Reveg under way

    From the album Diesel pictures

    Those funny single leaves that signal a plant in reveg.
  9. Reveg under way

    From the album Diesel pictures

    Those funny single leaves that signal a plant in reveg.
  10. The lovely Miss Twiggy

    From the album Diesel pictures

    A lovely leggy lady now in week 1 of reveg. This plant is a stonking yielder with a powerful up lifitng stone.
  11. So I got some cuts the other week and was taken from a plant that was 10 days into flower, the other day I noticed some strange growth I've done a bit of research and this is normal but the problem is I was going to switch 1 week after only me thinks the yeild will be weak and very small any advise ? Cheers g123
  12. cheesemom

    From the album cheese

  13. cheese mom

    From the album cheese