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Growing medical marijuana in ct

Vega plans to host classes (the first one is scheduled for Oct. 2) to teach medical marijuana patients how to cultivate plants at home.

What kind of seeds do I want?

What’s the difference between a mature and immature plant?

Plants must be grown indoors at a person’s primary residence in an area not visible from the street and where individuals under 21 can’t access them.

Seed prices vary depending on the strain and quantity. A quick perusing of some online sites showed that prices range from $25 to $1,000 for coveted strains.

To start, plants should receive 18 hours of light when in the vegetative state and then 12 hours of light when in the flowering state.

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Patients 18 years and older may cultivate up to three mature and three immature cannabis plants at home, with a cap of 12 total plants per household. The same rules will apply to all adults over age 21 who will be able to grow starting July 1, 2023.