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If you are low on space, you might consider putting a male clone and a female cannabis clone in the same pot.
In a planter your space is already limited, and placing more than one plant in a pot can stunt both plants growth. Another problem you’ll run into is sexing.
Exceptions to the Rule: Breeding
If you want to know why you only plant one seed per pot, then keep reading.
You can save money on planters, soil and marijuana nutrients. But, in practice, there is just too much that can go wrong.
There is one time that putting two cannabis plants in one pot might make sense:
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