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It’s not a crime to have weed in Connecticut, but growing it is a little different. It is not a surprise that many marijuana users wonder how to grow marijuana in Connecticut. The simple answer is to grow small amounts and not get caught. In Connecticut, growing just a small amount can be a serious problem, so being careful is extremely important.
Connecticut has an active medical marijuana program that covers many conditions. The conditions include:
- Crohn's disease
- HIV or AIDS
- Intractable spasticity
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson's Disease
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Patients with doctor’s recommendation can purchase marijuana products from licensed dispensaries. They are allowed to have one month’s supply at a time.
The problem with the Connecticut medical marijuana program is that patients are not allowed to grow marijuana in Connecticut. Instead, they have to purchase pre-packaged marijuana and marijuana products at an expensive price. Patients who cannot get to a dispensary, or who cannot afford to purchase from them are forced to suffer. Get your medical marijuana card at marijuanadoctors.com. It's very easy to get and not expensive.
All other marijuana
Connecticut has decriminalized small amounts of marijuana for adults. This means there is no jail time for possessing up to a half ounce of marijuana. Instead, there is a fine of up to $500. However, if you have more than a half ounce you could go to jail even though it is technically not a crime. Connecticut also has a tax stamp program on large amounts of marijuana as well as mandatory minimums for large growers and dealers. More about decriminalization at this link.
Grow marijuana in Connecticut
Connecticut is not friendly to marijuana growers. Based on their laws, all growers, medical or not, are seen as marijuana sellers. They don’t even consider small growers in their laws – they start at any grow yielding less than a kilogram of marijuana. That is not an amount any home grower would be capable of. Because of this, it is very important to grow as little as possible at a time to reduce the risk of looking like a dealer. When you grow marijuana in Connecticut, you need to look like it is for your personal use if it is actually for your personal use. Even better, you need to not get caught.
For tips on how to not get caught growing marijuana, download and read my free Marijuana Grow Bible. It is full of information on how to grow marijuana in Connecticut that is discrete, strong and beautiful. Most importantly, it explains how to do so without getting caught. Even though Connecticut is decriminalized, its marijuana growing laws are far from kind.
The state of hemp
While Connecticut has made it very clear that it does not want its citizens growing marijuana, it is actively pursuing a hemp industry. Hemp, if you didn’t already know, is a close relative to marijuana, except it is missing (or really low in) THC. Hemp is used in textiles while marijuana is strategically prohibited. Obviously, they realize the benefits of cannabis.
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