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Vermont’s marijuana legalization law, which goes into effect July 1, 2018, allows up to six plants to be grown in a home. (Photo: Cristian Ponce/Staff photo)
MONTPELIER – Home-grown marijuana will become legal in Vermont on July 1, meaning those who plant seeds on legalization day will have a short inaugural growing season.
Here are a few key rules to know in Vermont's new marijuana legalization law, which takes effect on July 1, 2018.
Legalization begins in the middle of Vermont’s outdoor growing season, but Cary Giguere, the agrochemical program manager for the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, said it would still be possible for growers to legally harvest their plants in 2018.
Lt. David Zuckerman presides as the Senate votes to legalize marijuana at the statehouse in Montpelier on Wednesday, January 10, 2018. (Photo: GLENN RUSSELL/FREE PRESS)