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how to grow a weed plant in a cup

How to grow a weed plant in a cup

They all tended to stay small because their roots were constricted

Here’s how they turned out!

A cool thing about autoflowering strains is you can stick a solo cup challenge almost anywhere since these strains don’t care about light schedules. I snuck two solo cup plants in the upper corners of this tent for about an extra ounce of buds out of no where.

None of these plants would win any solo cup challenge, but they made the cutest harvest ever out of some random extra plants

Why It’s Hard

How to grow a weed plant in a cup

You’ll also need an exhaust fan and activated carbon filter to reduce heat and eliminate odors. Be sure to get one that’s rated for your tent’s size with the proper ducting size. A clip-on circulating fan will keep air moving and stop it from being stagnant. A thermometer/hygrometer is also a must for keeping track of temperature and humidity.

Pruning For Higher Yield

After you’ve determined that your buds are sufficiently dried you’re ready to jar them up for the cure. The stems should snap instead of bending and the outside of the flowers should feel bone dry to the touch. The truth is there is still plenty of water stuck in the bud and the curing process will slowly “sweat” out the remaining liquid.

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