Michigan voters, advocates, and ballot proposal writers worked hard to ensure that legalization would allow residents to grow their own bud.
“It’s not legal if you can’t grow it!” was a common slogan among those who fought for the proposal’s creation and passage. Now that the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act is law, Michigan home growers need to be aware that while it is legal to grow plants at home, specific guidelines apply in order to do so legally. Anyone in Michigan who’s considering growing needs to be aware of these requirements: There’s a 12 Plant Maximum Per person, or per household if there’s more than one person per household. Possession of more than 12 plants is considered a civil infraction up to 24 plants. 25 or more is considered a felony, so growers count your crops carefully—and don’t forget to include the mothers in your count.
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