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weed-annual plant?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by Chief Smokalottapiff, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. say you had a plant about 2 feet tall but it got chopped down to a 6 inch stalk. Will it grow back next spring?
  2. i always thought the leaves attracted the sunlight which makes plants strong, and without leaves i dont think thats gonna happen
  3. It depends if there was more long term damage to the cut than you can see from the outside. It might die. you should ask in the growing section. They will have better advice then this folder can give you imo.
  4. one plant can produce more than one crop, but of course if you leave something to grow. and deffinetly not outside.
  5. you can do it inside, not outside. it is an annual plant but it grows/flowers based on the amount of sun it gets. you could harvest a plant inside and give it 24 hrs of light and some new growth will occur

  6. No sir
  7. hah didnt read the 6 inch stalk. if you just trim off the buds it could work. not the whole plant

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