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If you’re growing marijuana to use for medical purposes, one will definitely do the trick. Growing one marijuana plant means having a higher yield per plant, and that means more medicine for you. With autoflower strains from a Pot for Pot you can keep growing one plant at a time with a super short growing cycle, so by the time you’ve run out of your weed, you’ll already have another one ready to go.

If your city or state allows people to grow marijuana (which you can check here), there is a legal limit to how many you can grow at a time. Without even thinking about it, you can be confident that a single plant is well within the legal limit. One plant will also never be seen as “intent to distribute,” so you’re covering all the bases.

Unless you’re an extremely heavy pot smoker, your one plant is going to give you enough weed to be able to share with your friends at the end. Having a gathering of people you like at the end of the growing season is the perfect way to celebrate your success – and get a jumpstart to your next growing endeavor. Your friends can let you know what they like or don’t like about the weed you’re sharing with them, and that can help you know how to do it better next time (such as harvesting earlier because the smoke is too harsh, or harvesting later to get more of a stoner effect). Check out our kits here if you’re ready to get started.

Saves money

If you do decide to grow your plant organically, you’re going to save even more money. Organic growing can get super expensive, but with a single plant, it remains highly affordable. It also lets you test out different growing techniques (including but not limited to organic growing) at a reasonable price before fully committing to it later. Some growers who even want to have a bigger growing operation will do this because otherwise, they will waste a bunch of time, money, and resources on a growing technique that they might not even like in the end.

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Our complete grow kits include everything you need to go from seed to your very own supply of high grade medical cannabis.

Once the grow area is set, it’s now time to germinate the marijuana seed. Things to consider at this point include container types, soil, and nutrients. And because we are going to focus on only one plant, we must choose the best options.

When the grow room is generally humid, we need a preventative measure against mold and fungi. Left unchecked, their presence can make the plant sick and less resistant to other health problems.

How to Grow One Marijuana Plant at Home

It is high time for growing weed as many governments start to loosen restrictions. And what best way to take advantage of this than to start growing weed. Whether for medicinal or recreational purpose, having an easy access at home is the best way to enjoy the herb. So, here are the 5 steps to grow one indoor marijuana plant without breaking a sweat.

So, in this article, we will learn all the basics on how to get started in growing a single plant. While there are many skills that we must master, the purpose of this article is to show how easy the steps are. So, let’s get our green thumbs ready and start having fun.

Luckily, a good grow light doesn’t have to be expensive especially when growing just one plant. For example, a 250-watt HPS (high-pressure sodium) or MH (metal halide) is available in hardware stores for as little as $25.

4 Big Producers in your 4×4 with a 1k. Ya, you should be able to hit 26+oz’s. More when your shit is dialed :).

In a perfect world I would have the whole house blown up. I live in a land of limitations, and I’m grateful I have what I have to work with. I have space, leo, wife issues.

Dan K

If you are going to buy a new light and can fan, might as well spend the extra $100 and get another 4×4 tent. That would increase your yield!

I’m running a 1k in a 4×4 and a Vortec 6" Can (Temps 66-71night – 76-79day)with 7 flowering right now. I’m gonna suffer a bit on yield due to overcrowding but I expect to pull at least a pound out of the mixed strains together.

I’m running a 1k in a 4×4 and a Vortec 6" Can (Temps 66-71night – 76-79day)with 7 flowering right now. I’m gonna suffer a bit on yield due to overcrowding but I expect to pull at least a pound out of the mixed strains together.