What You Need to Know Before You Grow Marijuana in Oregon

Business is brisk when it comes to selling marijuana clones. The plants, rooted clippings from mature plants, are the most common way Oregon medical marijuana patients interested in growing their own cannabis get their crop started.

Starting July 1, 2015, households will be allowed to have up to four marijuana plants, a provision already generating interest among people interested in growing recreational pot at home.

Washington, by contrast, does not allow home marijuana cultivation for recreational consumers, aiming instead to drive pot consumers to the state’s regulated and taxed retail market. (Washington medical marijuana patients, however, can have up to 15 plants.) Colorado, also home to a regulated retail market for recreational marijuana, allows anyone 21 and older to have up to six plants at home, the same amount allowed for medical marijuana cardholders.

– Read the entire article at Oregon Live.

Comments