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To get seeds into the hands of people interested in growing plants, the Virginia Marijuana Justice (VAMJ) is giving away thousands of cannabis seeds at spots around Virginia.

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RICHMOND, Va. — It will be legal to grow up to four marijuana plants in your home when Virginia’s marijuana laws change on July 1, 2021.

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Charlottesville, Va.

However, it will remain illegal to buy or sell marijuana seeds from which to grow the plants.

“Ultimately, there was a big push by Virginians to say you need to stop the harm now. Decriminalization, as NORML long warned, was never going to be a solution. Data has shown it did nothing to reduce the disproportionate enforcement of marijuana laws between Black and white Virginians.”

On July 1, adults 21 and older will be legally permitted to grow up to four plants per household for personal use.

What can Virginians do?

The four medical cannabis dispensaries now open are the only places that potentially could sell pot seeds and clone plants to Virginians legally. This would not only allow consumers to make a legal purchase, it also allows them to grow the four pot plants without doing anything illegal to plant them in the first place.

Currently, Virginia has four operational medical cannabis facilities in the state. The health region that serves the Shenandoah Valley remains tied up in a lawsuit between a cannabis company that lost its conditional license and the Board of Pharmacy.

With the stroke of a pen, Governor Northam signed legislation to legalize personal cultivation of marijuana in Virginia as of July 1, 2021. Now, not in 2024.