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Overview
Growing manual
Table of contents
01. Overview
02. Genetics and the plant
03. Indoors & outdoors
04. Planting indoors
05. Shelf growing
06. Light
07. Sea of green
08. Germination
09. Vegetative growth
10. Flowering
11. Hydroponics
12. Recycling
13. Guerrilla gardening
14. Soil growing
15. Security
16. Plant food and nutrients
17. Ph and fertilizers
18. Folair feeding
19. Venting
20. Temperature
21. Pests
22. Transplanting
23. Early sexing
24. Regeneration
25. Pruning
26. Harvesting and drying
27. Cloning
28. Breeding
29. Sinsemillia
30. Sinse seeds
31. Odors and negative ions
32. Oxygen
33. Safety and privacy
34. Distilled water
35. Birth control pills
36. Seed and bud storage
37. A final comment
REGENERATION

Cannabis Marijuana seeds Growing Guide

It is possible to harvest plants and then rejuvenate them vegetatively for a 2nd and even 3rd harvest. A second harvest can be realized in as little as 6-8 weeks. Since the plant stalk, and roots are already formed, the plant can produce a second, even third harvest of buds in a little more than half the time of the original harvest. When harvesting, take off the top 1/3rd of the plant. Leave most healthy fan leaves in the middle of the plant, cutting buds off branches carefully. On the lower 1/3rd of the plant, take off end flowers, but leave several small flowers on each branch. These will be the part of the plant that is regenerated. The more buds you leave on the plant, the faster it will regenerate. Feed the plant some Miracle Grow or any high nitrogen plant food immediately after harvest. When you intend to regenerate a plant, make sure it never gets too starved for nitrogen as it is maturing, or all the sun leaves will fall off, and your plant will not have enough leaves to live after being harvested.

Harvested plants can come inside for rejuvenation under continuous light or are left outside in Summer to rejuvenate in the natural long days. It will take 7-14 days to see signs of new growth when regenerating a plant. As stated before, and in contrast to normal growth patterns, lower branches will be the first to sprout new vegetative growth. Allow the plant to grow a little vegetatively, then take outside again to reflower. Or keep inside for vegetative cuttings. You now have two or three generations of plants growing, and will need more space outside. But you will now be harvesting twice as often. As often as every 30 days, since you have new clones or seedlings growing, vegetative plants ready to flower, and regenerated plants flowering too.

Regenerating indoors can create problems if your plants are infected with pests. It may be best to have a separate area indoors that will not allow your plants to infect the main indoor area. An alternative to regenerating indoors is to regenerate outdoors in the Summer. Just take a harvest in June, then allow the plant to regenerate by leaving some lower buds on the plant, and leaving the middle 1/3rd of the plant leaves at harvest. Feed it nitrogen, and make sure it gets lots of sun. It will regenerate all Summer and be quite large by Fall, when it will start to flower again naturally.