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After 3-8 weeks, depending on the strain and your preference, your plant will enter the flowering stage. You need to force it into blooming by ensuring it gets 12 hours of consecutive darkness each day. Sativas tend to take longer to bloom. Some can remain in flowering for up to 14 weeks! However, 8-9 weeks is more typical.

The drying and curing process vastly improves the quality of your cannabis. As you only have a single plant, you should find it easy to prune. We recommend doing this before hanging it to dry. If you proceed with wet pruning, make sure you wear gloves and use sharp scissors. Remove the fan leaves and sugar leaves. Consider using them for edibles rather than throwing them away.

Curing is a controlling of humidity and can create a truly phenomenal final product. Ideally, you will have some wide-mouth glass mason jars, although one is likely enough depending on the yield’s size. Put the buds in the jar, but don’t fill it more than three-quarters of the way.

Two More Growth Stages

Those who have tried it say it is challenging yet rewarding. They also say it gives them a greater appreciation of the cannabis plant. This guide is designed to help you grow a single plant for fun.

Another way to determine if cannabis is harvest-ready is the pistil method. It would help if you harvested when around 70% of the pistils turn brown. Again, wait too long, and your plant will start losing THC. You will benefit from a higher CBD level if you wait until 80-90% of the pistils are brown. However, the risk isn’t worth the reward if it is generally a low-CBD plant.

It is now possible to grow cannabis plants at home in specific states. For individuals fortunate enough to live in one of these places, they are free to experiment and grow a small crop.

The trichome method is a popular way to see if a cannabis plant is ready for harvesting.

This seems like the deal fareal.

Any strain suggestions. Maybe a nice 60/40 producer leaning towards "smart" not "coma".

I hear ya on the Limitations issue.

Dan K

Get it growing on and Ill fallow along and help where I can..I grew a Purplebud outside Last summer That yielded 42 ounces dry. I have a clone from same Girl now in a 3×4 under a 1k HPS cool..DWC vegged for 3 weeks..and LST..shes in he 5th week flower and takes all the space..I have a thread here on her..and need to update it..Not gonna hit 42 oz mind you but feel will bring in 4+ ounces..Shes packing on the wieght now and Huge buds..My buddies love this strain for the huge buds. anyway I wish ya the best..Take care and be safe

Thats awsome. 30 oz on a plant. im not saying it isnt gonna happen. but i damd sure would love to see pics of that. so i can follow that plan to a t.

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!

Any strain suggestions. Maybe a nice 60/40 producer leaning towards "smart" not "coma".