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11/8 UPDATE: Congratulations Florida! 71 percent to 29 percent in favor of the marijuana users. You finally have a legal option to choose marijuana therapy as an alternative to conventional, and often dangerous, pharmaceuticals. Growing marijuana at home is not legal yet in Florida but it’s a step in the right direction. More news coming soon…
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Thinking about having your own weed in Florida? It’s not impossible. There are ways you can safely grow marijuana in Florida. You simply need a little bit of a plan. Here’s what you need to know about growing marijuana in the Sunshine state.
Tip: make sure to download the free Grow Bible for more information
Laws in Florida
There are no laws regulating those who grow marijuana in Florida, but there are laws for possession. It is a misdemeanor to have up to 20 grams of marijuana on you. Florida considers it a crime that you may do time for and pay fines – especially if you have close to 20 grams. Florida is one of those states where you don’t want to be caught with a lot of marijuana or a lot of plants. They consider possession of less than 25 plants a felony and can send you to jail for up to five years.
Growing in Florida
The law says you shouldn’t possess marijuana plants; so clearly, you should not get caught possessing marijuana plants. This may seem like a difficult thing, but it doesn’t have to be. The information in the Marijuana Grow Bible, can help you learn how to grow marijuana in Florida like an expert without getting caught with the plants.
Robert has written down years of growing experience in this free book so that you can learn to grow in conditions such as these. Growing marijuana is an art that everyone- including those in the Sunshine State- should be able to enjoy. The Marijuana Grow Bible has the instructions.
Florida has had a hard time getting medical marijuana legalized. The world recognizes that many of the citizens there want marijuana to be available for medical patients, and we at I Love Growing Marijuana stand behind their fight. The fight may soon be over, however. According to High Times, Florida is one of the eight states they predict will legalize marijuana next. So, if you are one of those people who want to grow marijuana in Florida, get started! Your neighbors probably aren’t against it.
Because of the legal status, you have to be very careful about how you grow marijuana in Florida. You need to be discrete and stealth so that you don’t alarm neighbors, roommates or the police. The first thing to remember is to buy only what you need. Growing large amounts of marijuana is the easiest way to get caught, and it also makes you look like a drug dealer. If you aren’t intending to sell your stash, no need getting mistaken for one. Grow only a small amount, and never discuss your grow with anyone else.
When you are prepared to do this, download the Marijuana Grow Bible, read about growing discretely and purchase a few seeds. The seeds are shipped extra quick and extra stealth so you can get started watching your little plant grow. Pretty soon you will have your own personal stash of high-quality weed that you’ll never have to leave the house for.
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Marijuana legislation can be complicated, but Jenny Bloom is always up for the task. Although not a lawyer, her experience as a reporter and PR specialist helps her understand legalese – especially when it relates to growing marijuana. A passionate supporter of legalization and home... [read more]