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Growing Marijuana In South Dakota

Growing Marijuana In South Dakota

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South Dakota has very strict marijuana laws. In this state, even small amounts of marijuana are illegal. It is so strict that possession of less than 2 ounces can mean up to a year in jail. There are no laws on growing marijuana, but growing is treated like possession if there are only a few plants. For that reason, it is important to keep your grow setup to one or two plants. Otherwise, if you have a lot of plants, the police may accuse you of trying to sell weed- which is a much bigger problem.

Growing in South Dakota

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Unless you can move somewhere else, where marijuana laws are not as strict, you will need to plan your weed growing very carefully. If you want to grow weed in South Dakota, follow these three steps.

  1. Download and read the free Marijuana Grow Bible. The Marijuana Grow Bible is my personal guide on how to grow weed in South Dakota and anywhere else. It explains the best way to grow marijuana without getting caught- either indoors or outdoors.  The Grow Bible explains stealth techniques such as guerilla growing and a variety or indoor lighting setups as well as tips on maintaining your plants and harvesting them.
  1. Purchase a few high-quality marijuana seeds. Remember, you don’t need to grow a lot of plants to get a lot of When you use high-quality seeds, your plants can yield potent buds that don’t compare to the low-quality stuff you may get from a dealer. Plus, growing your own plants lets you control what goes into your plants, and also lets you create delicious edibles out of homemade marijuana butter.
  1. Plant and harvest your seeds. Using the tips and guidelines in the Marijuana Grow Bible, you can learn how to grow your marijuana plants and when and how to harvest them. You’ll learn some of the secrets I’ve used throughout the years to grow the best marijuana in any situation. By reading my free guide from the front to the back, you’ll be able to grow weed in South Dakota like an expert in no time.

Native Americans

There aren’t a lot of people in South Dakota, especially on the western part of the state. It is mostly a grasslands state- perfect for growing weed.  South Dakota also has a large Native American population. They have a reservation on the western side of the state. Native American reservations are able to set their own marijuana laws, regardless of the law in the state (check this wiki page).  So, there is a chance you may be able to grow weed in South Dakota, even if it is only on the reservation.

The rural state of South Dakota may not be the ideal place to grow marijuana, but it can be done. By simply following the steps in the Marijuana Grow Bible, as well as purchasing high-quality seeds, anyone can grow the best marijuana in the Great Plains.

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By Dale Erickson on 10 November 2016

Here in Arkansas we will not be able to grow our own medicine. It’s against the law. We will be forced to buy from a system that is run by the liquor commission. In Illinois it is a most corrupt institution. (You can buy liquor cheaper in a store.) Can’t do that. You must buy your liquor from the state at a premium. Arkansas is going the same way with marijuana. It seems Arkansas is the next Illinois.

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