See: 22 M.R.S. §2423-D.
Maine has five dispensaries. A list is available online here: https://www.maine.gov/dafs/omp/medical-use/dispensaries
See: 28-B M.R.S. §1501(2)(B)(1), 29-A M.R.S. §2411
Using marijuana in any form (smoking, eating or vaping) isn’t allowed in public places, including amusement parks, ski resorts, sporting and music venues, state and national parks, campsites, playgrounds, sidewalks and roads, marijuana retail businesses, bars, restaurants and outdoor or rooftop cafes.
How much does it cost to obtain a patient certification?
If an individual is interested in obtaining a medical card, they may wish to have those discussions with their primary care physician or other trusted medical provider. They may find in doing so that they are able to obtain a card at little to no cost to them.
Mainers can grow marijuana for personal use. As many as three mature, 12 immature plants, and an unlimited number of seedlings are allowed per resident 21 years of age or older.
Adults 21 years of age or older can possess up to 2.5 ounces of a combination of marijuana, marijuana concentrate and marijuana products, including no more than 5 grams of marijuana concentrate.
The average time frame to approve an application is currently one month.
Seed Coupon Included
How to Grow Cannabis Outside
Grow with the Sun
Why does this method work?
A pot and optimized soil aren’t the only things included. You’ll also receive a seed germination kit, a step-by-step grow guide, aerated top soil mix, a rooting booster, magnifying lenses, scissors for trimming, natural pest repellants, a watering can, and a spray bottle. Need seeds? A Pot for Pot includes a coupon that you can use to purchase some of the best cannabis seeds to grow outside. If you have ever avoided growing cannabis because of how complicated it is, a Pot for Pot has taken the guess work out of the equation.
According to the law itself, a resident must be 21-years-old to grow marijuana for his or her personal use. He or she can possess an unlimited amount of seeds, no more than 12 immature plants and no more than six flowering plants.
Lights, air, water, action!
After seven to to 10 days in the tank, the plants are ready to be transplanted into the ground.
Instead of seeds, send in the clones
“You want to look at the part of the bud called the ‘trichomes,’” Eccelston said. “They make the bud look like there is a frost on it.”