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In addition to studying your state’s regulations, you should also join local cannabusiness groups and meet with a local cannabis business attorney for assistance. There is no such thing as going into the marijuana business too prepared. Once you are ready to take the step of legally buying cannabis seeds, you have a few options to choose from.
If you live in a state that permits the sale of marijuana seeds, your best bet is to shop locally for high-quality seeds. This means visiting a dispensary, local farmers market, or seed company in your state to make your purchase. There, you can get the in-person help you need to make your purchase legally.
It’s Best to Shop Local, but Buying Online Is an Option
How much you will pay for cannabis seeds depends on the strain of marijuana you buy. Typically, a pack of 10 or 12 seeds starts at around $40. You can expect to pay up to $500 for high-end strains. Again, it is important to only buy cannabis seeds from a legal and reputable seed bank or dispensary — and only if you know you are abiding by state law.
Here are a couple of other factors to keep in mind about the legality of cannabis seeds:
It is also an option to buy cannabis seeds online from an online seed bank and then have the seeds shipped to you, so long as you are abiding by state law. The risk here is that your package could still be confiscated. While it is unlikely that you would face criminal charges, there is no guarantee because of the way federal law treats marijuana products.
Sale to a minor doubles the penalty. Sale within 1,500 feet of the buildings of a school, church, public park, ballpark, gymnasium, youth center, or movie theater also doubles the penalties available.
Possession of 30 grams or less of marijuana in the passenger compartment of a car is a misdemeanor with a fine of no more than $1000 and no more than 90 days in county jail.
For drug convictions, the offender’s driver’s license is suspended for six months.
Sale or delivery of less than one ounce is punishable by up to three years in prison and a fine up to $3,000. Sale of one ounce or more is punishable by up to 20 years in prison and a fine up to $30,000. For sale of one kilogram or more the penalty is up to 30 years in prison and a fine of $5,000 – $1,000,000. For sale of more than 10 pounds, the penalty is life in prison without the possibility of parole.
For second or subsequent offenses of over 30 grams of marijuana the penalty increases to twice the amount available to first offenders. A second conviction within two years for possession of 30 grams or less carries a fine of $250 and not less than 5 or more than 60 days in county jail.