Can You Grow A Weed Plant With Just One Seed

Coloradans can grow marijuana in their homes for personal use. Up to six plants are allowed per Colorado resident over age 21, with as many as three plants flowering at one time. So you've got yourself a little seed and big dreams. It's a tale as old as time. How does it end?

Home grow laws

Coloradans can grow marijuana in their homes for personal use.

Up to six plants are allowed per Colorado resident over age 21, with as many as three plants flowering at one time.

Don’t forget that counties and municipalities can pass stricter laws. For example, Denver limits a home grow to 12 plants, even if there are three or more adults over age 21 in the residence. Be sure to check your local laws for specific details.

The laws are different for medical marijuana consumers.

Marijuana plants must be kept in an enclosed, locked area that can’t be viewed openly. This means the plants can’t be outside.

At homes with residents under 21, any marijuana grow area must be enclosed and locked in a separate space that minors can’t access.

At homes without residents under 21, extra precautions must be taken to make sure any visiting youth don’t have access to marijuana plants.

Can I Grow Weed With One Seed?

So you’ve got yourself a little seed and big dreams. It’s a tale as old as time. How does it end?

Ehhhhh, not looking great, buddy.

Can you grow weed from just one seed? Yes, you can. Just don’t get your hopes up.

See also  Weed And Seed Directions

The sad truth is that not all seeds will grow. Therefore it’s a good idea to buy them in packs and always obtain them from reputable breeders! Cannabis seeds can be sold individually, or as packs of three/five/ten and so on.

But if you’re asking if you can grow weed from one seed, you probably only have one seed, so why am I rubbing it in?! Okay, so you got a seed, here’s your best bet for success…

Before a cannabis seed is planted, it must complete a process called germination. During the germination process, you must provide the seed with enough moisture and darkness to help the taproot emerge. Once the taproot emerges, that’s when you plant it, taproot down.

Theoretically you could skip the germination process and just stick the seed directly in the growing medium and hope for the best, but it is not advised.