You can't share space unless you are related. Otherwise, the two grow areas have to be located separately, with separate secured access.
you can definitely get started for around 800-1000 i would say. I didHello. New to the group. Cant believe I found such a great and informative sight. I have had a medical card for 3 years and I am tired of going to the dispensary and paying that price so I am going to start growing my own. I would like to become good enough at growing my own for myself that in time I can branch out in a primary caregiver role. I guess, I am just looking for advice and tips for starting my own grow (6 plants). This is coming from someone with very little knowledge in growing marijuana. I will be growing in my basement at first then after time move into someplace off the property. What am I looking for as starting average price to set up a small indoor grow. Not looking to spend thousands. Maybe a couple hundred or a thousand to start? I don't even know what stuff costs. Thanks for any and all advice guys!!
As a MMJ patient you can have six plants in flower. You are also allowed plants in veg, as well as clones. There is no limit to the number of grows per year. If you get the rotation right you can have plants perpetually in flower.how many grows a year can i do legally?
Patient to patient donation is legal. But a patient isn't allowed to sell or accept anything in return for the weed.
A caregiver isn't going to spend $300 to register you as a patient. They already spent the money and have an open patient slot. Just be up front with them. Not all caregivers will want to work with you, but some will.
A caregiver can donate to any patient, but can only sell to a patient that fills out a designation form. A caregiver can only have 5 patients designated at a time, so if you only buy once in a while you may need to fill out the designation form every time you buy.
It is 300.00 for the caregiver license plus 31.00 for a background check.My doc charges $200 for renewals. That's about as cheap as I've heard.
They are a bit vague on that but it is generally accepted that more than 2 weeks into flowering make it "mature". That is arguable bur as long as you don't go over 99 plants total if you are supplying for 5 or 10 patients, you shouldn't have any issues. The plants are supposed to be labeled for each individual patient also. (Like that happens.)The law says 6 mature plants per patient but what is a mature plant? I do a perpetual type of grow one comes out one goes in. Now the ones that have just gone in are not mature. So what do they mean by a mature plant?
You couldn't just say what you believed? You had to slam my answer? Nice to meet ya!^^^gotta say pretty horrible advice. A caregiver can only "supply" 5 patients. Each allowing you to have 6 flowering plants. If you are a caregiver and patient then that is a 36 plant count in flower. You are allowed 12 non flowering under 12 inches per patient. If you are a caregiver and patient thats 72. sounds like a bit over 99 to me. Not to mention there is no count on plants under 12 inches