When you reside in a state where recreational and medical marijuana is legal, you can legally grow a particular amount of marijuana for your home use.
- In the part where I live, the amount of marijuana that one person can grow is six plants, and at any time, each individual over the age of 21 years outdated in the new home can have up to six plants growing.
If myself, our fiance Jo, her sibling and her kids all live in the same house, then all of us can have up to 40 plants at once. I don’t guess if you have ever seen 40 marijuana plants growing at once, however it is quite a cool scene. It takes a lot of job to grow 40 marijuana plants. That’s why our sibling and her partner live on the farm with Jo and I, but both of us spend 8 fourths every morning really working on the marijuana farm so Jo and I can grow the best flower available. Both of us job with a co-op to supply marijuana to veterans. Jo and I supply the marijuana at no cost in order to qualify for other grants and programs. Jo and I also supply some of our marijuana plants to local dispensaries. A great deal of our currency comes from growing marijuana. It’s nice to live in a place where all of us can keep jobs in an industry that is on the rise separate from worrying about getting into trouble. As long as none of us grow more than 40 marijuana plants, then all of us aren’t breaking any laws! We’ve had a couple of people out here to check on our plants and they have been unable to find any reason to shut us down.