Bring Back Your Already Harvested Plants Back To LifeRe-vegetate your plants is a great option, You can do this once and still get a good bud return for your efforts, but your time, light and electricity use will be longer.When first harvesting your plants, Make sure you leave the bottom 6 branches, and all the leaf and buds intact on the stem. This part we will re-vegetate. Now continue on with your harvest cut off the rest of the branches above your re-vegetate area. Cut at 45degree angle so it will not form any rot. You will want to feed it a 20-20-20 fertilizer, 1 tablespoon to a gallon of water. Drench them with this mixture and do not forget to add the transplant product you already have from earlier (super thrive).Place this mostly harvested plant (except the bottom 6 branches) back into the grow room for 2 months at 18 hours of light. After the first month it will begin growing new leafs and branches. When it does start to regenerate, it will be needing nutrients, mix some espoma plant food, 1/2 cup to a little potting soil. At the end of 2 months, place it in a 5-gallon pot with the flower mix. Again fill as before, and in 8 weeks, or how ever long it took last time for your strain to flower; you will have buds all over again.
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