In the US, medical marijuana is one of the fastest growing industries. Currently, about 23 states have legalized the use of medical marijuana and the others may soon follow in the footsteps. But, there are rules and regulations that have been enacted around making use of marijuana for medical reasons. Whether you are looking to get into a marijuana business or you are a patient who wants information on growing marijuana legally, it is important to first find out whether your state allows you to do so or not. Patients must have a doctor’s recommendation and if they don’t, they are in violation of the law which is usually punishable.
Growing marijuana legally involves keeping up to date with the current rules and regulations that has been set out by the state. If you know you are eligible and have obtained the necessary permission to grow marijuana legally, you can start out by choosing the right strain of marijuana that is suitable for you. There are different strains available and knowing their differences and what effect they would have on the user can be really helpful in choosing the right ones. Once you have obtained the seeds, you can germinate them and plant them making sure that the environmental conditions are right for them.
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