Last grow was a couple of silver widow fems that turned out good for me. They weren't heavy, but stayed healthy and pushed out roughly 2.5-3 zips each. I choped each one in stages over the course of a week, until the main trunk was reduced to 6-7 two inch stubs as I whacked away. Well, an emergency after the last chop forced me to just stuff everything except my harvest back into the grow space for about 2 weeks while I handled a funeral. Apparently I must've bumped something and kicked my lights back on to 24/0 as I was cramming everything in. I went back to start cleaning and discovered a 2ft bush. It is thick as all get out. It has 6 good solid colas and since flip has just been stacking on the weight. I would likely have not tried to reveg, but this pleasant accident confirms what I've read about it. Honestly, if I tried to do it on purpose, I'd likely fuck it up. I suppose Mother Nature always finds a way.