This amounts to a highly potent weed which boasts sticky, pungent buds which are positively loaded with resin, and a powerful THC content of an impressive 26%! This results in a highly enjoyable high which is ideal for those nights when you just want to party, although it goes without saying that a weed strain of this potency needs to be treated with a certain amount of respect.
In fact, with low rents, an abundance of cheap land, and of course the resurgent city of Detroit, this charming, progressive state has much to offer anyone looking to get involved in the cannabis industry.
A few weed varieties we would recommend to anyone planning on growing weed in Michigan include:
3. OG Kush
You’ll be pleased to learn that, yes, it is legal to grow weed in Michigan. In fact, at 12 plants, the total amount you’re allowed to grow is considerably more generous than in other states which have also legalized marijuana such as California, where weed lovers are only permitted 6 plants, or Oregon, which only allows 4.
You might also need to apply for one or more of several other applicable licenses depending on how you intend on operating your business, details of which are available from the State of Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency.
Yields are also highly respectable, being between 550 and 650 grams per plant. This makes White Widow a superb choice for commercial growers looking to maximize their crop, although home growers also enjoy being able to harvest an ample quantity of weed from just a few plants.
Together with its impressive indoor yields of up to 600 grams per m2, this makes Chocolope the ideal choice for Michigan-based growers looking to get the absolute most from a relatively small number of plants. That said, as a luxury strain it is also a superb option for commercial cultivation.
However, medical restrictions differ – Under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, qualifying patients suffering from a state-approved debilitating condition are permitted to possess up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis or cannabis equivalents.
Having first introduced medical marijuana in November 2008, Michigan became the 10th US state and the first in the Midwest, to legalise recreational cannabis in the mid-term elections of November 2018 (those elections also saw Missouri and Utah adopt legalised medical cannabis laws).
Michigan’s recreational marijuana law, known as the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act permitted the legal sale of cannabis from December 2019.
Michigan Cannabis Law
But what does this the new law mean for the great lakes states residents looking to grow their own cannabis seeds in Michigan? Let´s take a closer look at the recently implemented Michigan marijuana laws.
Since cannabis has been legalized in Michigan, adults aged 21 years or older are legally permitted to possess the following:
Michigan Medical Marijuana patients are allowed to possess the following:
At present, there are only 47 registered locations for cannabis sales in the state with widespread availability not expected until 2021.