Most growers who re-veg say that yields decrease the second time around. So while re-vegging may cut down on the amount of time it takes to grow a plant, it might not produce as much.
Also, change the plant’s nutrient regimen, giving it nutrients more conducive to early-stage growth. It will need more nitrogen for root and leaf development, as opposed to the high amounts of potassium and phosphorus it likely received during flowering.
Cloning/Preserving a phenotype
But it’s possible to hack this process to give cannabis plants a second growing season. A grower can manipulate a plant and force it to revert from the flowering stage back to the vegetative stage again. This process is known as re-vegging, or regeneration, and it allows you to harvest buds from a plant, then grow the same plant again for a second harvest of buds.
Growers will sometimes keep mother plants, which are plants that always stay in the vegetative stage for the purpose of cloning only. But keeping mother plants takes time and space. Re-vegging allows you to get rid of mother plants, freeing up space in your grow for plants that only produce buds. It also saves time and resources, as you won’t have to tend to mother plants.
Stress on the plant
Cannabis is an annual flowering plant, its life cycle limited to just one season. In the wild, it grows from a seed, flowers, and dies, all between spring and fall. Once a female plant dies, it will drop seeds, which are responsible for carrying genes through to the next growing season.
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Cannabis is an annual plant—wild plants germinate, grow, flower and die within the course of one year, in response to seasonal variations in daylight; the next year, new plants grow from seeds produced by the previous generation. However, it is possible to rejuvenate a plant after flowering, and ‘trick’ it into producing again.
Basically, the key to successful outdoor rejuvenation is long day length. If it is possible to harvest your plants in June (in the northern hemisphere), then there will be sufficient time to allow the plants to re-vegetate for several weeks before the light level drops enough for flowering to recommence naturally. As with indoor plants, the upper 1/3 should be fully removed, the middle 1/3 should be selectively trimmed and the lower 1/3 should be left mainly intact save for larger colas. Make sure the plant receives plenty of nitrogen and sun, and the plant should resume vegetative growth within two weeks or so.
Kind Sir, I am attempting a regeneration on a auto flower. I am wondering in your regenerations do you use any type of sweeteners while feeding? I used a mix of molasses and mineral water to plants; It seemed to cause additional growth. Do you think it would help the 2nd one?