Female: Two pistils (the pistil contains the reproductive parts of a flower) will be growing on the buds (flowers grow above these leaves, one cluster on each side).
Cannabis Growth Timeline
Cannabis growth is made up of a series of stages that plants undergo during their lifecycle. Each stage during the cannabis cultivation process requires its own unique demands, including different levels of light, water, and nutrients.
The quality of your plant depends on your knowledge of the cannabis growth stages and the lifecycle of your plants.
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3. Vegetative Growth
It can take anywhere from 4 to 8 months to grow a cannabis plant, this varies based on where you’re growing. If you have an indoor grow room, your plant has the ability to flower after only a few weeks!
Male: Small green sacs full of pollen will be seen on the node areas.
I am currently witnessing the regeneration (entering the flowering stage now) of an Auto Berry (f). I had no intention of experimenting with this process, but when I harvested this plant – I cut away all of the leaves and buds, except for a tiny leaf or two at the very base – I didn’t toss the soil under my peach tree as I usually do. I was busy and just put the pot for safety’s sake, back in the grow tent – not directly under any light. It started re-growing immediately, so I added more soil and started watering with nutrients. It went crazy and started showing flowers 3 weeks later.
Taking a piece of plastic food wrap & lightly covering the area will help with that –>then using a piece tape to lightly secure plastic wrap.
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Doing it too atm. Have been regenerating off and on over years and always have (usually ;-)) had good results. Just lately have had odd things with them, hence looking on places like here for others doing the same. Bit real world experience and sharing knowledge.
Had great success putting indoor girls outside after harvesting and had one or two monsters grow on occasion.
How to Harvest Cannabis Plants
Just wondering….when they say add nitrogen to my plant….exactly what do they mean?? Pretty sure you can tell I’m new to this.
The most readily apparent advantage of regenerating cannabis plants is the time saved. As the root and stalk system is fully formed and some branches are retained, much of the time spent on vegetative growth can be avoided for subsequent flowering rounds. Thus, as just two weeks vegetative growth is sufficient to rejuvenate the plant, a second harvest can usually be completed in as little as eight weeks.
All plant nurseries will have either the floral tape or plant repair tape. Good luck. Peace, Love, Health & Great Weed!
Im week 7 of 9 and im super excited to try this on these 12 UBC CHEMO. I wasn’t able to take any cuttings and as this strain is the original clone only i want to keep it alive. The friend who got these for me isnt around any longer and it was his connection. LOOKING FORWARD TO TRY IT.
I harvested three Sativas about a month ago. Cut them just above the first bottom node. They were grown indoors but I set them outside since we have good long days here right now. One of them turned brown and I pulled her. The second one has full green stalk with a small bunch of leaves just below where I lade my cut. But there is no signs of new growth. The third one is brown and dry near the top and has even split down for a bout an inch. Then four inches further down there appears to be a new shoot growing although it’s very small. Any suggestions here? Pics can be seen at