If you know anything about Georgia marijuana laws, you’ll know that Georgia weed growing is a challenging task. Georgia is one of the few states that is determined not to change.
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While all of its four neighbors, including Florida, relaxed their laws on marijuana possession or growing, Georgia remained as close to federal standards as possible.
This is unfortunate for all of the residents of Georgia, who likely have similar medical needs as their South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida and Alabama neighbors. But they are not a fan of medical CBD or decriminalization. The good news is though; it is surrounded by those who are. So hopefully, with time, the laws will relax. I mean, how long can you go against the grain?
Growing cannabis in Georgia
Marijuana growing laws in Georgia
The marijuana laws in Georgia are very specific about intent and are the hardest when it comes to marijuana.
Growing in Georgia
Georgia is not a weed-friendly state.
Growing marijuana in this state is not exactly legal.
FAQs about growing marijuana in Georgia
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