December 28, 2018
Maybe it’s the convenience of having it in the house, or perhaps you like to do things yourself.
If you want to grow good weed, you'll have to work for it.
People over the age of 21 can grow up to six marijuana plants in their homes (with a maximum of 12 plants per household), so long as they are kept in a locked location and out of public view.
Whatever your reasons are, Massachusetts state laws allow you to take things into your own hands when it comes to marijuana — green thumb included.
If you’re thinking about growing your own marijuana, there’s plenty to know — where to get seeds, the equipment needed, and, of course, what to keep in mind when tending to your crop.
Any other debilitating condition so long as it is specified in writing by a qualified patient’s certified physician
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Medical use of marijuana in Massachusetts
Since 2016, marijuana has been legal in the east coast state of Massachusetts – as long as you are over 21 – but that doesn’t mean you are free to use it wherever you choose. Here are some basic facts about the law in Massachusetts:
In late 2016, the cultivation and possession of small quantities of cannabis for recreational purposes was legalized in Massachusetts.
If you are planning on growing weed, you must ensure that it is kept out of public view – without the use of binoculars or other visual aids – and is kept in a locked room. Breaking the law could result in a 300 dollar fine and the seizure of all your carefully tended plants, so it’s worth complying with the regulations, however petty they may seem. Growing indoors is a popular option, but you can grow outdoors as long as you choose a discreet place away from public view.