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Offlineoutdoor39
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Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done?
    #167255 - 12/22/08 09:16 AM (7 years, 11 months ago)

I read in Mel Frank's book about legendary Hawaiian plants that were three years old.

Has anyone actually seen this work outdoors and naturally?

How long have you left plants in the ground in a frost free zone and what happened to them eventually?




I took this yesterday.


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Re: Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done? [Re: outdoor39]
    #167291 - 12/22/08 12:11 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)

i have some that i plopped outdoors about 2 or 3 weeks ago - its been raining and close to freezing, but theyre still going strong :awesome: i even have some sativas out there


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Re: Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done? [Re: impgl]
    #167987 - 12/23/08 10:55 AM (7 years, 11 months ago)

what lat are you at?

will it freeze where you are?


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Re: Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done? [Re: outdoor39]
    #168068 - 12/23/08 03:33 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)

i have no idea, but no, it never rly gets to freezing


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Re: Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done? [Re: impgl]
    #171551 - 12/28/08 09:28 AM (7 years, 11 months ago)

Here is the quote from THE MARIJUANA GROWER'S GUIDE..........by Mel Frank & Ed Rosenthal
Rejuvenation
Plants grown in areas where the weather is mild can survive winter when there are no heavy freezes. During
the winter the plants will grow very slowly, but as soon as the weather warms, and the light gets more intense,
the plants respond. This technique can also be used to obtain a second growth crop during Indian summers.
The second growth is not as vigorous as the original, but is does increase the total harvest.
To prepare plants for rejuvenation, leave three or four pairs of lowers branches with leaves on the plant when
you harvest. The leaves need not be large, but they must be green. Water and fertilise the plants. Within a
days the plants will show new growth.
The authors observed an outdoor container composed entirely of plants which survived a mild San Francisco
Bay Area winter. These developed healthy second growth the following summer and flowered again in the fall.
Some growers in Hawaii claim that their plants are three years old and that the plants have yielded as many
as six crops of buds. Perennial marijuana plants also grow in Jamaica and Thailand.


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Re: Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done? [Re: outdoor39]
    #171566 - 12/28/08 12:00 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)

sweet :bongload:


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Re: Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done? [Re: impgl]
    #197347 - 02/18/09 08:33 PM (7 years, 9 months ago)

fyi - the plants arent doing to well, but theyre still alive. yellownotepad got to see em- theyre barely holding on, but mj sure is a fighter :bongload:


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Re: Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done? [Re: impgl]
    #200225 - 02/26/09 01:55 PM (7 years, 9 months ago)

What if you wrapped them so the frost or freeze doesn't actually touch the plant? It freezes like crazy where i live.


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Re: Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done? [Re: lqdtrance]
    #260428 - 08/06/09 08:37 AM (7 years, 3 months ago)

ive actually harvested a plant for a friend,  and he was going to throw it away, he had kept it in 5gallon bucket, then pulled it inside, i clipped the buds and chopped her down but left, some sucker leaves. And i had another friend throw the plant under constant filtered light for about a week, then used flours, for veg. and if you know anything about super cropping, everywhere you cut, when the plant rejuvies then twice as many cola buds formed, this was inside so not exactly answering you question, but they got 9oz of dank with  just a 400w mh, they let the plant get huge before flowering it, but it had over 10 nice big buds, so even if it does freeze, if you can bring it back inside the next go around should be plentiful.  SWIM plans on having an indoor crop, and wants it to be done in time to harvest then rejuvenate and throw outdoors next year, guaranteed female  and will already be pruned for max yield...


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Re: Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done? [Re: outdoor39]
    #331635 - 12/15/09 05:46 AM (6 years, 11 months ago)

That's fascinating!  I would like to see a 3 year old plant.  It would probably have some serious bark on it.


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Re: Overwintering a plant?? Has it been done? [Re: phantom]
    #332083 - 12/16/09 12:30 AM (6 years, 11 months ago)

ive seen an outdoor reveged in so cali. it was about 3 feet tall with a 2 inch stalk


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