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Can You Grow Marijuana Legally? Know Your Rights!

As of now, marijuana is legal in 23 states. However, there are nitty-gritty legal details that differ from state to state. So, if you are planning on growing your own stash, here’s what you need to know:

The Law

Carefully study the legal limits that restrict and allow the use, possession and cultivation of marijuana. If you are selling/buying, living in the wrong state or don’t have a doctor’s permit for the use of medical marijuana, you are committing an offense. So, check the policy of your respective state.

The Difference Between Strains

Once you have sufficiently made sure you can grow marijuana legally and understand all limits and restrictions, learn the differences between the strains. Marijuana is categorized into two stains, Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica. Sativa gives the user a feeling of euphoria and contentment while Indica gives the user a stronger feeling of ‘high’.

The Seeds

Getting seeds isn’t difficult. If growing marijuana is legal in your state, you should be able to find a reputable store that sells high-quality seeds. Alternatively, there are many reputable online companies that ship worldwide. However, make sure you keep the receipt from the purchase of your seeds, in case you are ever questioned by a police officer.

Where To Grow

There are many ways to grow cannabis, such as indoors, outdoors or hydroponics style. The advantages of growing indoors are there is no risk of theft or pollution and you will be able to control the ambient conditions your plant grows in. The only advantage of growing outdoors is it saves you the cost of setting up an indoor growing room. Hydroponics is another alternative that allows you to grow plants without the need of soil. You will have study to process in great depth before indulging in it. If you are unsure of the legal issues surrounding marijuana or have committed an offence regarding use, possession and cultivation of marijuana, contact Oswalt Law Group for a free consultation.

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