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The penalties of possession for sale of less than two pounds of marijuana are 1.5 – 3 years in prison and a $750 – $150,000 fine. For amounts of less than four pounds, the penalties increase to 2.5 – 7 years in prison and a $750 – $150,000 fine. Possession for sale of four pounds or more is punishable by 4 – 10 years in prison and a $750 – $150,000 fine.

Sale or delivery for sale of less than two pounds of marijuana is punishable by 2.5 – 7 years in prison and a fine of $750 – $150,000. Sale or delivery of two pounds or more is punishable by 4 -10 years in prison and a fine of $750 – $150,000.

Any person convicted of personal possession or use of marijuana is eligible for probation. The court is required to suspend the imposition or execution of the sentence. The person on probation is required to participate in an appropriate drug treatment or education program and may be required to attend a more stringent treatment program for a second offense. Persons convicted of a third or subsequent offense are not eligible for probation. Persons on probation must also submit to urine drug tests as a condition of their probation with the only exception being made for those who use marijuana under a prescription.

Production or cultivation of less than two pounds of marijuana is punishable by 9 mos. – 2 years in jail and a $750 – $150,000 fine. For less than four pounds, the penalties increase to 1.5 – 3 years in prison and a $750 – $150,000 fine. Production of cultivation of four pounds or more is punishable by 2.5 – 7 years in prison and a $750 – $150,000 fine.

The possession of marijuana is a criminal offense. For possession of an amount less than two pounds the sentence can range from 6 mos. – 1.5 years and a fine of $750 – $150,000. Possession of two or more pounds but less than four pounds is punishable by 9 mos. – 2 years in jail and a fine of $750 – $150,000. Possession of four pounds or more is punishable by 1.5 – 3 years in prison and a fine of $750 – $150,000.

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Wylie has been cultivating cannabis since 2002, when he first started growing for patient use in California. Sundberg cultivates cannabis for personal use and offers workshops for other growers.

Darnell Brown Jr. (left) and Nicholas Worrell prune marijuana plants in a grow room at Mint Dispensary in Guadalupe on Nov. 4, 2020. Arizona voters passed Proposition 207, legalizing possession of as much as an ounce of marijuana for adults 21 and older and set up a licensing system for retail sales of the drug. (Photo: Michael Chow/The Republic)

How long does it take to grow cannabis?

Once planted, the cannabis plant needs a ratio of about 18 hours light, 6 hours darkness to grow in what’s called the vegetative stage, which doesn’t produce flowers. How long you let the plant grow in this state depends on your space constraint, but Sundberg recommends beginners start small.

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Cannabis buds harvested in the past by home gardener Josh Sundberg, who launched Community Roots AZ with his wife in Cornville, Arizona. (Photo: Courtesy of Josh Sundberg)