14-12-2018 -> Alchimia Grow Shop says: Hi LESHER, There's no problem, you can bury the part of the stem that you want, new roots will appear from the buried part over time. What I don't understand is...do you want to keep your plant vegging? Or are you planning to translpant it right before switching to bloom? Transplanting is one of the best things to do when a vegging plant starts to show signs of flowering, she'll enjoy the new space for the roots! I'd use a 5 gal pot (unless you're growing outdoors, in that case I'd go for the 7 gal one). Hope it helped Hi again I am replying to your last message where you asked if I wanted to keep it in Veg or just go with the bloom and my answer is Yes I would like to continue Veg what do you suggest I do to continue Veg now that there are signs of tiny buds showing would it be wise to try to keep vegging which I would like to do or just continue with the budding and add Bloom nutes?
Alchimia Grow Shop
Well, if your plant has already started to flower but you want to keep it growing, you should use a 18/6 photoperiod (18 daily hours of continuous light and 6 in colmplete darkness). She'll soon show twisted leaves on the tops, that's a sign that the plant is revegging. Some days later, you should see new shoots growing, so the plant we'll be soon growing again without problems. You can use growth nutes during the revegging period. Finally, a 4-5 gal pot will be enough in this case.
Hope it helped!