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Repotting gives the plant a proportion of fresh compost to root into and this will provide water and nutrients to promote new growth. As a rule, choose a pot that is just a little larger than the one it was growing in before. Choose a container with holes in the base that is larger than the one in which the plant is growing, or one that is large enough to accommodate the roots.

You Will Need

  • Flowerpot
  • Multi-purpose, peat-free compost
  • Watering can
  • Plants

Step 1

Thoroughly soak the roots of the plants to be repotted by placing it in a bucket of water. Cover the drainage holes at the base of the new container with pieces of broken clay pot. Add a 2cm – 3cm layer of pebbles or gravel to the base of the pot to allow for good drainage.

Step 2

Add compost to the bottom of the container, using the plant in its existing pot as a guide to the depth to add, ensuring that the top of the root ball ends up just slightly below the rim of the new pot.

Step 3

Knock the plant from its pot and gently tease the roots apart to encourage them to root into the fresh compost. Use your fingers to lightly firm the compost in the base of the new pot and set the plant in position.

Step 4

Fill the gap between the rootball and the sides of the new pot with more compost, adding it in layers and pushing it down with your fingers. Continue until level with the top of the rootball. Water thoroughly using a watering can or hosepipe.

Discover the basic steps to potting up plants in containers, for a beautiful display, in this simple practical guide, from BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine.

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Is weed legal in Indiana?

No. Adult, or recreational, cannabis use is illegal in Indiana and the state has no provision for medical marijuana use either. Hemp-derived CBD oil with less than 0.3% THC is the only form of cannabis that’s permitted.

Possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana or less than 5 grams of hash is a class A misdemeanor with a penalty of up to one year imprisonment and a fine of up to $5,000. Possession of more or subsequent offenses is a class D felony, which can earn violators between six months and 2.5 years in prison as well as a fine up to $10,000.

Legislation history

In 1913, Indiana became one of the first states to ban the sale of marijuana without a prescription. After Harry Anslinger helped pass the Marihuana Tax Act in 1937, it wasn’t long before the historically conservative Indiana adopted some of the strictest cannabis laws in the United States.

Efforts to change legislation began in early 2013, though these efforts found little success. In February 2013, a bill to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana was killed in committee.

In early 2015, bills were introduced both in the House ( HB 1487 ) and Senate ( SB 284 ) to legalize medical marijuana for certain qualifying conditions with a physician’s recommendation. The House Bill failed to advance, and the Senate bill died before receiving a hearing.

Four years later in April 2017, Gov. Eric Holcomb signed HB 1148 to allow the use of CBD oil containing less than 0.3% THC for patients with uncontrollable seizures whose symptoms were resistant to traditional treatments. While HB 1148 legalized hemp-derived CBD, it didn’t specify a way for patients to purchase it.

The vagueness in HB 1148 made way for a new law that broadened access to CBD and specified regulations surrounding its sale. In March 2018, Holcomb signed SB 52 to allow the use and sale of CBD for any purpose, so long as it contained less than 0.3% THC by weight. The law also imposed additional requirements for testing and labeling. SB 52 took effect July 1, 2018.

FAQ

When will medical marijuana be legal in Indiana?

Typically, that is up to the state’s residents, governor, and legislators. In an interview with the Chicago Tribune in March of 2020, State Rep. Mike Karickhoff (R-Kokomo) said cannabis is “still illegal federally, and Gov. Holcomb has been very firm he’s not going to support any legislation until the federal government legalizes it.”

How can I get a medical marijuana card in Indiana?

Indiana does not have a medical marijuana program and does not issue medical marijuana cards.

What is the charge in Indiana for possession of marijuana?

Possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana or less than 5 grams of hash is a class A misdemeanor with a penalty of up to one year imprisonment and a fine of up to $5,000.

What is a felony possession of marijuana in Indiana?

Possession of more than 30 grams of marijuana or multiple offenses is a class D felony, which can earn violators between six months and 2.5 years in prison as well as a fine up to $10,000.

This post was updated October 22, 2020.

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Indiana Marijuana Laws

Updated August 2019

Unfortunately, the state of Indiana has been slow to enact cannabis law reform despite support from its constituents. Recreational marijuana possession in any amount is still a serious crime in the state, and efforts to legalize medical marijuana in the state have gained little traction within the legislature. State lawmakers did pass a low-THC medical cannabis law in 2017, but the program will only benefit a tiny fraction of patients. Learn more about Indiana marijuana laws below.

Recreational Marijuana in Indiana

Is marijuana legal in Indiana? No.

Unfortunately, there has been little effort by Indiana lawmakers to ease punishments for recreational marijuana. Possession of any amount of recreational marijuana in Indiana is charged as a Class A misdemeanor, punishable by 180 days in jail with a fine of $1,000. Possession of less than 30 grams with a prior drug offense is punishable by 1 year in jail and $5,000 in fines. Possession of any quantity greater than this (with a prior drug offense) is a felony, with up to 2.5 years in prison and $10,000. Note that conditional discharge can be given to first-time offenders, where they can be given probation over jail time and have the charges removed from their record.

Sale of less than 30 grams of recreational marijuana is a misdemeanor punishable by 1 year in prison and $5,000 in fine. Sale of higher quantities is a felony with up to 6 years in jail and $10,000 in fines.

In Indiana, even being in the presence where knowledge of drug activity occurs is a misdemeanor, punishable by 6 months incarceration and a $1,000 fine.

Medical Marijuana in Indiana

In May 2017, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signed into law HB 1148, a bill that establishes a low-THC program for patients with severe seizure disorders. The law allows patients with a neurologist’s certification to access cannabis oils containing less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Despite that an October 2016 poll found 73 percent of Indiana voters support the legalization of medical marijuana, the state of Indiana has yet to pass comprehensive medical marijuana legislation of any sort. Sen. Karen Tallian introduced a comprehensive medical marijuana bill in 2016, but the Indiana General Assembly concluded in the 2016 session without making progress.

Consumption of CBD from Hemp Oil in Indiana

Hemp-derived CBD products are legal under Federal Law in the United States; however, individual state laws are dynamic and fluid. Individual states may enact their own laws governing hemp-derived CBD.

Cultivation of Cannabis in Indiana

Personal cannabis cultivation, whether for recreational or medical use, is illegal in Indiana. The state was, however, one of the first states to authorize the production of industrial hemp for commercial and research purposes, with the passing of Senate Bill 357 in 2014. Indiana’s University of Purdue has led one of the most visible industrial hemp cultivation programs since the law passed.

Legal Status of Other U.S. States

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  • https://www.mpp.org/states/indiana/

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Cannabis And Herpes: How It Can Help

Herpes is an incurable virus. However, it may be that cannabis can help. And in fact, it appears that it can help treat symptoms, as well as potentially prevent viral outbreaks in the first place.

Herpes is not just one disease or condition. It is actually a virus family. It is, however, responsible for several serious and chronic human ailments. These include chickenpox, cold sores, genital herpes, and mono. When you are infected, the virus never goes away. Additionally, symptoms tend to pop up when the body undergoes severe stress. That includes when the immune system is depressed.

The most common forms of the virus are herpes simplex 1 and herpes simplex 2 (or HSV-1 and HSV-2). Oral herpes (HSV-1) might be present in between 30-95% of the population. About 20% of the US population has genital herpes (HSV-2).

The good news? It appears that cannabis might be able to treat these conditions. Why? Not only does cannabis have immune-boosting properties, it can also relieve stress in the first place. Cannabinoids appear to reduce the infectiousness of the virus, as well as some of its worst symptoms.

A LOWDOWN ON HERPES

Herpes is a chronic condition – one attached to a huge amount of social stigma, beyond just becoming infected. That can make disease management really difficult. Herpes is highly contagious. Oral herpes is spread fairly easily through simple contact. Sharing a lipstick or kissing can spread it. Unprotected oral sex is another major channel of transmission.

HSV-1 causes cold sores. These can be acquired through simple skin contact. HSV-2 comes from sexually transmitted infection. This causes painful sores on the genitals. Worse? This is a condition that comes back repeatedly and largely unannounced. The virus is reactivated with stress. This can include anything from menstruation to fatigue. It can also include overexposure to the sun.

For those who suffer, it is a constant management battle to keep the condition at bay.

No matter how it occurs, viral outbreaks can interfere with daily functioning and life in general. It is often embarrassing, painful, or both. There is still a great deal of stigma around sexually transmitted herpes in particular.

The three main drugs used to treat this virus all have serious side effects. Acyclovir, famciclovir, and valacyclovir are the drugs most commonly prescribed. They can also cause headaches and diarrhea. Vomiting is common. In the worst cases, they can actually affect one’s psychology.

As a result, many sufferers look for other, more natural alternatives.

Cannabis is one of the main drugs they also turn to.

CAN CANNABIS TREAT HERPES?

The good news? It appears that cannabis certainly might help. Starting with preventing outbreaks in the first place. While clinical data is still hard to come by (of course), what is available already shows significant promise. Early studies [1] dating from 1980 and later repeated in 1991 and 2004 show the same thing: cells infected with either HSV-1 or 2 stopped replicating when treated with THC.

Even more exciting? A 1991 study [2] found that THC reduced infection rates too.

Topical therapies containing cannabinoids can also reduce the pain experienced by herpes sufferers, particularly shingles [3] .

All in all, cannabinoids seem to have exactly the right properties required to fight outbreaks of the virus. Cannabis also appears to be able to address, if not treat, physical and mental stressors that can cause its re-emergence.

HOW DO I FIGURE OUT WHAT KIND OF CANNABIS IS RIGHT?

This is going to take some trial and error. If you have a canna-friendly doctor, by all means engage them. They might be able to suggest particular strains to help you start with. This is also a discussion you should have with your local dispensary, even if you are discreet about the actual condition.

It is likely that you will find both internal and external applications of cannabis to help your condition. By ingesting cannabinoids orally or smoking them, you are in fact boosting your immune system already. Cannabis also has strong anti-viral properties. Certain medical strains are even bred for this trait.

On top of this, consider topical treatment. THC oils and creams, even if you make them yourself, appear to halt both the progression and pain from sores.

OTHER TREATMENTS

Having the herpes virus means managing a life-long chronic condition. That means there are other lifestyle changes necessary to control the worst symptoms. Maintaining a healthy diet, regularly exercising, and getting enough sleep are critical.

When integrating medical cannabis into herpes management, also consider how this will fit into the healthy lifestyle choices you are now making.

While it may be difficult to hear the diagnosis at first, this too shall pass. Many people who are exposed to the virus are able to manage it with some lifestyle adjustments. And the best news of all? This is a condition that appears to be significantly more manageable with cannabis.

Medical use of cannabis appears to dramatically help herpes sufferers. First, it helps treat symptoms. But it may prevent outbreaks from flaring up too.

Marijuana Products Can Help Stop The Spread Of Herpes

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You get out of bed in the morning after a long weekend of reefer chiefing shenanigans with a group of friends and spot a mysterious sore festering up on the side of your lip in the bathroom mirror. At first, you brush it off as a battle wound, perhaps something that happened during an overly ambitious bout with a pepperoni pizza. After all, a hardcore case of the marijuana munchies can sometimes wreak havoc on a person’s ability to eat without causing bodily harm. But after a quick Google search during breakfast, you soon realize that the monstrous lesion turning your mouth into a deleted scene from the Toxic Avenger could actually be a dreaded case of herpes.

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Although the herpes virus is considered a sexually transmitted disease, it can be easily spread through the sharing of joints, vaporizers or any other smoking device. It is one of those super foul social hazards on the scene that does not receive the attention it deserves. Most devout pot smokers, even if they are aware of the risks associated with participating in those ever-so-popular communal smoke sessions, typically do not dwell on the fact that the bowl or bong pressed against their lips might be crawling with cooties.

But they might want to start. Some of the latest statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that nearly 50 percent of the American population between the ages of 14 and 49 will have contracted this disease before 2018 comes to screeching halt. The consensus is that it’s not really possible these days to swap spit with too many people before turning one’s mouth into a biohazard.

“If you have oral herpes and a cut on your lip, you could easily spread the disease by sharing blunts or joints,” Dr. Carolyn Cegielski, a gastroenterologist from Mississippi, told High Times.

But never fear. Although the herpes virus should be considered a legitimate threat for those cannabis users who share weed with fish-lipping fiends, this vile disease does not have to cripple the concept of social marijuana use. Now, thanks to the legalization of recreational marijuana in a growing number of states, there is a variety of cannabis products on the market that cater to those individuals who no longer wish to share. These creations were not designed to be passed around the room like a bottle of toilet hooch in a Mexican prison. But rather, they are intended to bring a certain level of class and civility to those interested in living a disease free cannabis lifestyle. Here are three innovative products that provide the highs without the herp.

Toast – For The Smokers

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Toast is a cannabis cigarette built for the germaphobe. The company devised these fancy low-THC joints to mimic the experience one might have while sipping on a cocktail. Its Original Slices and Gold Pack contain a 2:1 and 4:1 CBD:THC ratio, which provides the user with around 4-6 percent THC per cigarette. Toast is an “all-natural, mildly potent, 100% Cannabis cigarette,” according to company’s website. “While a Slice is designed to be consumed entirely by you, share your pack with friends for a social experience.”

Keef – For The Drinkers

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In the same way that members of civil society do not share their beers with others, Keef Brands has taken this concept to cannabis. The company has a variety of THC-infused soda’s and flavored sparkling water. Each beverage contains 10mg of of the intoxicating compound, so they are perfect for moderating a buzz, sip by sip, without getting too stoned, too fast. It is also the low dose of these concoctions that prevents party leeches and deadbeat friends from gaining any benefit whatsoever by stealing a swig when you’re not looking. Of course, we advise never leaving a drink unattended.

Kiva – For The Chocolate Lovers

Photo courtesy of Kiva Confections

Edible cannabis products are a solid purchase for any pot enthusiast trying to catch a buzz without encountering the mouths of others. Kiva Confections has an impressive variety of chocolate bars that, if used properly, can provide the user with a nice, consistent high without risking a lifelong virus. Each bar comes with 100 mg of THC, but they are sectioned off into 5 mg servings — making them very microdose friendly. Technically, these chocolate bars can broken in half and shared with others. But thankfully, no mouth contact is necessary.

Remember — marijuana buzzes wear off, but herpes is forever.

I am a freelance writer hailing from the darkest depths of the armpit of America. That’s Southern Indiana, just in case you were wondering. When I’m not carving out a…

I am a freelance writer hailing from the darkest depths of the armpit of America. That’s Southern Indiana, just in case you were wondering. When I’m not carving out a juicy story for various publications including High Times, Cannabis Now, and BroBible, you can find me down at the local tavern watching the Indiana Pacers, drowning my sorrows in the greasy comforts of a cheese double cheese with cheese. My qualifications are simple. I’ve been on the cannabis scene for the past six years. My work has appeared in Playboy’s Smoking Jacket, Mashable, Salon, and the New York Daily News, just to name a few. I also got really stoned one night with former Pantera vocalist Phil Anselmo and showed up for work the next day like it was nothing at all. Not as easy as it sounds. In addition to my coverage of the mad, mad world of cannabis legalization and the culture that exists around it, I am currently writing my first novel, which I hope will earn me enough money to never be seen or heard from again. Wish me luck!

Although the herpes virus is considered a sexually transmitted disease, it can easily be spread through the sharing of joints, vaporizers or any other smoking device. But there are some cannabis products that can help prevent the spread of this disease.

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How To Make Cannabis-Infused Waffles

Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day. After a long night, or before an equally arduous day, breakfast anchors our body and helps us prepare. What better way to secure both your mind and body against the day’s challenges than with a euphoria-inducing, wholesome favourite—cannabis-infused waffles.

THE BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS: MARIJUANA WAFFLES

Hit the ground running with cannabis-infused waffles. OK, so maybe you might not be running in the physical sense, but your mind will be riding intense waves of euphoria. Let’s face it, breakfast waffles taste so good, by adding cannabis they are bound to be a surefire hit. The crucial ingredient in cannabis waffles is cannabutter. For your convenience, we have included a recipe for this too.

If you do like to venture on the wild side and try unique and exciting toppings with your cannabis-infused waffles, see the bottom of this article for some genuinely mind-altering suggestions.

HOW TO MAKE CANNABUTTER

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup salted butter
  • 7 grams of ground decarboxylated cannabis buds (a strain of your choice)

HARDWARE

  • Medium-sized saucepan
  • Medium-sized bowl
  • Cheesecloth
  • Spatula
  1. Using low heat, melt the salted butter in a medium-sized saucepan. Once the butter has melted, add the finely ground, dried buds and stir for an even consistency.
  2. Simmer on low heat for 45 mins. Stir regularly to ensure the butter does not burn.
  3. Place the cheesecloth over the top of a medium-sized bowl. Strain the butter through the cheesecloth, so the liquid collects in the bowl below. Use the back of a spatula to push as much butter through the cloth as possible. You don’t want to waste any.
  4. Discard the remaining plant matter, and transfer the cannabutter to the fridge to solidify. You will need to leave it for at least an hour. Afterwards, the butter can be cut into blocks and placed in the freezer, ready for when you need it.

HOW TO MAKE CANNABIS-INFUSED WAFFLES

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 eggs
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 4 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tbsp granulated sugar
  • 2 cups of self-rising flour
  • 2 cups of warm milk
  • ½ cup cannabutter (recipe above)

HARDWARE

  • Whisk
  • Large bowl
  • Waffle iron
  • Spatula
  • Non-stick cooking spray

Servings: 2–4 waffles

  1. While the waffle iron is preheating, beat the eggs in a large bowl until they’re fluffy. Then, add the milk, the melted cannabutter, sugar, salt, vanilla extract, baking powder, and flour (a bit at a time), stirring throughout. Continue until the entire mixture is smooth.
  2. Apply a liberal coating of non-stick cooking spray to the waffle iron before pouring the mixture onto it. Bake until the waffle turns golden brown.
  3. Serve hot on a plate with a small fork. Delicious! However, the taste sensation does not end there.

VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE

The real beauty of breakfast waffles is they go incredibly well with virtually any topping. Maple syrup, icing sugar, chocolate sauce, fresh fruit, whipped cream—anything goes. There is only one requirement with toppings. No portion control. Add as much or as little as you like. After all, you just prepared the waffles, so you deserve to indulge.

If there is a sauce or complement to a dish you like, try adding it to waffles. Over the years we have seen liquorice allsorts, marmite, even eggs and ketchup added to waffles. Blow your mind and your taste buds with our diverse and tasty cannabis-infused waffles.

Do you want to supercharge breakfast? Click the link to discover how you can make cannabis-infused waffles. The best part is they go with virtually any topping.

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This Homemade cannabis Belgian Waffle Recipe is easy to follow. Make a batch of delicious Belgian waffles with a dose of Cannabutter! These waffles are perfectly crisp and golden on the outside, while light and fluffy on the inside!

What is a true Belgian Waffle, you ask?

North Americans often make Belgian Waffles with a light batter. A true Belgian Waffle recipe calls for yeast infused batter. Today, it is common to use baking powder to give rise to waffles for convenience.

Belgian waffles irons are a great way to formulate this recipe. Waffle irons create larger squares and deeper pockets than American waffles. We are adding another twist to this classic by using a marijuana leaf-shaped waffle machine! This is sure to make your waffles look amazing! This iron stamps your cannabis waffles with a cannabis leaf and ensures a perfect gold-like color.

Why create a true Belgian cannabis waffles?

Cannabis waffles are a delicious way to start the day medicated. Kicking the day off with cannabis infused waffles connects you with a hunger satisfying and tasty weed breakfast. Waffles are easy to make and complement your morning brew seamlessly. Remember, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Creating true Belgian cannabis waffles you allows you to medicate while adding sustenance to your system.

Learn how to infuse your cannabis waffles.

We medicate these waffles with the simple use of cannabis butter. Fortunately, this is one of our easiest weed infusions. Cannabutter is quick to create and works well with several weed edibles.

You can create this cannabis edible with a THC cannabutter. If you’re looking to obtain a high, it is important to infuse your butter with a THC weed strain. THC is the psychoactive component of cannabis bud. Choosing a cannabis strain that is high in THC will help you access this unique compound.

In addition, it is not imperative to use a THC strain. If you’re hoping to avoid a high, choose a CBD cannabis strain. CBD bud is high in CBD and low in THC. The active compounds in a CBD cannabutter will not make you high. They will simply give you access to amazing cannabis properties without a mind altering experience.

Choose a cannabis strain and create your cannabutter with this recipe.

Start Your Day Off Right With Cannabis Waffles!

It is time to create your canna-waffles! Don’t forget to dress your waffles up with your favorite whip cream and fruit! We would love to see how your waffles turn out. Send us a pic on social media, or message us in the comments below!

Cannabis waffles are a delicious way to start the day medicated. You can adjust the amount of cannabis butter to your own liking and follow the recipe

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Ethos Genetics Flowering: ±65 days indica/sativa

Massive greasy flowers with a rich, complex terpene profile. Heavy acid rotting fruit along with chem and skunk. High terpene variation makes for an amazing pheno hunt, but not great for large homogenized crops. Medium tall but controllable height.

• Cup Winning Parents
• Extracts Up To: 15-20% Terpenes
• Morphology Variation: Medium (50/100)
• Days of Flower: 60-70
• Yield: 60-80 grams/sq ft
• Tested at: 22-30% THC
• Flower Variation: High (80/100)

All info about the marijuana strain Rawtton from the breeder Ethos Genetics!

Rawtton

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Rawtton is an indica/sativa variety from Ethos Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±65 days ) and outdoors . Ethos Genetics’ Rawtton is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

Ethos Genetics’ Rawtton Description

Massive greasy flowers with a rich, complex terpene profile. Heavy acid rotting fruit along with chem and skunk. High terpene variation makes for an amazing pheno hunt, but not great for large homogenized crops. Medium tall but controllable height.

• Cup Winning Parents
• Extracts Up To: 15-20% Terpenes
• Morphology Variation: Medium (50/100)
• Days of Flower: 60-70
• Yield: 60-80 grams/sq ft
• Tested at: 22-30% THC
• Flower Variation: High (80/100)

Rawtton Lineage / Genealogy

  • Rawtton »»» Chem D x Mandarin Sunset
  • Chem D
    • »»» Chem’91 probably x Chemdog D
    • Chem’91 probably 91 Skunk VA
      • Chem Dawg (specified above)
    • Chemdog D
      • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
  • Mandarin Sunset
    • »»» Orange Velvet x Herijuana
    • Orange Velvet Probably
      • »»» Skunk x Unknown Strain Probably
      • Skunk
        • Skunk #1
          • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia
          • Afghanistan »»» Indica
          • Mexico »»» Sativa
          • Colombia »»» Sativa
      • Unknown Strain
    • Herijuana
      • »»» Killer New Haven x Petrolia Headstash
      • Killer New Haven
        • Unknown Hybrid, Kentucky »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
      • Petrolia Headstash
        • Afghanistan »»» Indica

Map of the Rawtton Family Tree

Rawtton User Comments

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BostonBigGrow – 07.09.2018

Grown under twin cmh 315 1 grow bulb 1 veg bulb 2 generation clone from a feminized seed

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Guerilla growing – Suitable plot? (pictures included)

burlingo
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pretty much as title says.

life (plant life) is thriving where i want to place some plants, is that a good thing? or a bad thing?

these pics aren’t great but they give the general idea.

the canopy is nice and open.

Is being close to a small stream a good thing? or could it cause problems?

SenorSanteria
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Thats in a valley- which limits the amount of light the plants can get down there. That area would probably be sufficient for a plant in veg stage, but I have doubts that there would be enough light to support a plant in full flower. The reason that everything is thriving there is because of the stream- if you will be watering your plant regularly, it wouldnt make a difference to you if you planted in a wet or dry area. The stream would be of no advantage to you unless you were trying to just “plant and leave em” without checking regularly. Since I assume you plan to take a more hands on approach to your garden, I would try to find a spot on the top of that hill in the picture, maximizing the amount of light that the plant recieves each day.

The higher up you can get the plants, the sooner they’ll see the sun come up in the morning. Theyll be the first thing the sun touches in the morning, and if you place them on a south facing slope, theyll be the last thing the sun touches in the evening.

As they say. Mo’ Light, Mo’ Weed!

burlingo
Well-Known Member

cheers for taking your time for that detailed response!

i’ll + rep to that!

yea, light is my main issue. i live near so many hills, i was walking on them earlier and i thought right then “they have to be on a hill”. just finding one that is off the beaten track is going to take some research. but it’s do-able.

outdoor master
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WhatWouldBobDo?
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I may be in the minority here, but I’m 100% against cutting down trees to get more light in the area. ESPECIALLY when it’s guerilla growing. But, I’ve grown up with the Outdoor Code: leave only footprints, take only pictures . I’ve since updated to: Leave as few footprints as possible, take no incriminating pictures .

haha, anyway, If I were you I’d look for an area that has naturally downed trees. It happens here all the time. Lightening it’s one tree, it falls on another, and like dominoes several trees go down. Not only does it open up the canopy, but several fallen logs create a somewhat “wall” effect for cover. Helpful, although not by itself.

Your low bushes appear to be only like ivy, ground cover. Ivy thrives in moderate to low light areas. Which doesn’t mean that your plants would thrive there anyway. Mimic nature. When one tree falls, it opens up the canopy so other plants can grow there, that’s where you want to be.

I don’t know about your area, but hikers, birdwatchers, and hunters like to follow streams into an area. That is why I like to avoid them, or go further away from them than your conscious would like you to.

Also try to plant close to sticker bushes, thorn bushes, ect. No one likes to travel through them to find out what’s on the other side.

hi, pretty much as title says. life (plant life) is thriving where i want to place some plants, is that a good thing? or a bad thing? these pics aren't…

Guerilla growing: Finding the right location

Growing in the wild can be a great solution for many people. Thats why guerilla growing is becoming more populair everyday. Sometimes it’s just not possible to grow at home because of the law, family or landlord. Next to that it’s possible to grow lots of plants because you are not restricted to space. However there are also some things to take in mind when doing a guerilla grow. Think about animals, climate, other people and the most important thing:

The location of your guerilla grow

Yes, the biggest factor of a succesfull guerilla grow is choosing the right location. To find the right location you need to think about lots of aspects when it comes to creating a safe environment for your plants. In this article we are going to talk about all kind of steps you could undertake to find the perfect spot.

Before you start to look for a guerilla grow location, you need to ask yourself a few things to be sure it’s actually possible. For example: The climate. The climate is different everywhere, so make sure that the temperature, humidity, hours of light and soil is perfectly suitable for a cannabis plant. Another thing to think about is at what time you want to grow. In most areas, the summer is of course the best time but in some places it’s too hot in the summer and it’s better to grow in the spring/autumn. Next to that, hours of light are also an aspect that could influence the growth and blooming phase of your plant. So think about this and find information about these circumstances in your area first.

Now after you have figured out these things, it’s time to find the perfect location for your grow. To help you, we are going to talk about different aspects that will lead you to the right growing spot:

First of all: Get away from the city/people!

The biggest enemy you have when growing in a public environment are people. They can snitch on you, destroy the plants or steal your crops. Finding a human-free location can be quite hard depending on where you live but there are always forrests and other locations that fit the guerilla needs (when living in a city, you might have to look a bit harder or go out of the centre). The more isolated, the better.

Start by simply looking up some nature reserves/bigger forrests in your area and pay them a visit. Walking there for a while makes you aware of problems, options and possibilities. After some practice you might be able to decide quickly if an area has something to offer or not. Once you find a quiet, appropriate area. It’s time to start searching for some potential growing spots.

A good idea is to Google earth the location and look for traces of humans like paths, buildings, roads and even railroads (railroads require heavy maintenance so stay away from them). Make sure your spot is not easy accessible and not in any direct sight of a road/path. Next to that: Street lightning can influence the grow/bloom cycle of a plant so stay away from them!

Remember: The smell of cannabis plants can be noticed up to 10 meters away, so you’ll need a big circle around your spot thats is free of human traces/paths.

But even if you think you have found an isolated and safe location, you might be wrong. You’d be surpised if you know how much people often visit places like this. Think about forrest guards, homeless people, hikers/bikers or maintenance workers that are trimming the bushes. These are the kind of people that will definitly interfere with your plants once they see them.

However there are always some characteristics that show if there is any human activity going on:

  • Footsteps/paths in forrest made by walking people
  • Garbage/waste
  • nicely trimmed bushes
  • wires/barbed wire
  • cigarettes/gum on ground
  • Electric wire towers/transmission stations (maintenance workers)

Avoid these areas and never leave any waste yourself, this will draw attention from un-wanted people and could lead to your grow.

If you can’t find any of these but you are still not sure, it’s a great idea to just chill at your spot and spent some time there. This will eventually tell you if the place is busy or not. Just stay on the low and make sure nobody sees you.

Sunlight

The most important thing for a cannabis plant (next to good water) is a big amount of sunlight. So this is something you need to take in mind when looking for a spot. I’ts not a great idea to choose a spot in the middle of a forrest overgrown with big trees as too much shadow could cause a high humidity, low temperatures and eventually mold. However, on the side of that forrest or an open spot in the trees might offer you a the lightning you need.

The more light your plants get, the better your yield will be. So if you are planning to grow on the side of a forrest. Make sure that you choose the “sunny side” of that forrest. To determine the “sunny side” of a forrest you’ll need to get a compass (most phones have one) and find out where the sun comes up/goes down. (up east-down west) Then make sure your plants are exposed to the most hours of sunlight you can get. Google earth is also a great tool to find out which spot is being exposed to most hours of light.

We wouldn’t recommend to cut down any bushes or trim any trees. This could draw attention from forrest guards or other people. You have to make sure your spot looks as natural as possible.

Using other plants as indicators

A very good way to find out if a spot is suitable for your cannabis plants is by looking at the other plants living there. Especially when you are planning to grow them in the open ground it’s important the ground type is ok to grow in. Seeing lots of healthy, hydrated plants is a good sign.

Some plants are very similair (biologically) as a cannabis plant. This often means that when these plants are around, you have hit the perfect soil ot grow your cannabis in. One example of a plant like this is the “Urtica dioica” or better known as common nettle/stinging nettle. These guys mostly grow in ground thats perfect for a cannabis plant. (Cannabis and the nettles are both part of the order Urticales which means they are related to each other)

Accessibility and carrying water/materials

Next to just finding a good incognito location, you need to think about a few other things. Like the accessibility of your location as you need to bring all kind of materials (like pots, soil, shovel and chicken wire). The trick is to find a spot thats not easy to find/enter for normal people like hikers or forrest guards. However it still needs to be accesable enough to get all your stuff there.

When climbing is required or you need to walk through verry narrow paths next to water, it’s not a good idea to set-up your grow on that spot. Just imagine that you have to enter your location with a 50L bag of soil. Once that’s possible, you’ll be good!

Watering your guerilla grow

Next to your materials, you need to think about the fact that you need to water your plants (In periods of drought). This would require you to take lots of cannisters/buckets/bottles of nutrient mixed water to your location. Water is pretty heavy to carry around, so especially with multiple plants it can be quite a task to water them all. It might take you multiple runs to water all your plants and this improves the chance of being seen when entering your spot. Think about this when choosing your location!

To avoid all these watering troubles, it’s a good idea to locate your grow near a water supply like a river or stream. This way you are able to just take some nutrients, go to your spot and mix it with water from that stream. However you can’t just use any water! If it’s contaminated it wouldn’t be smart to give it your plants as it could kill them or harm yourself when consuming your plant.

The best thing you can look for is clear, streaming water (avoid water that stands still). Once found you could take some and bring it to an aquarium store. They can test it on different metals and other harming minerals. If it’s okay, you just need to do one more thing before giving it to your plants: Measure it’s PH and PPM levels. This is very important when growing cannabis because too acidic or neutral water could really mess up your plants. A good PH level for the water is between 5.5 and 6.5. When the water hasn’t got the right PH it’s possible to neutralize by using a addition (PH+ or PH-, found in any grow shop)

Animals and insects

Yes, just like people, animals can be a real pain in the ass simply because lots of species love cannabis plants. From insects to rabbits and deers, yes they all love the smell and taste of a nice juicy cannabis plant. The problem is that these animals particularly live in areas that are perfect to start a guerilla grow which makes it almost impossible to avoid them. You can notice them by simply looking for (rabbit)holes or droppings but I can guarantee that everywhere you will go, there are certain animals looking to interfere with your plants.

Luckily there are some easy precautions you can take to deal with their activity. For bigger animals like deers, wild hogs or wild cattle it could be enough to get some iron wire and use a few trees to create a fence and mark out your area. Make sure to leave 1,5 meters between the wire-fence and your plants.

Smaller animals like rabbits (which is a true enemy of the cannabis plant) won’t be stopped by a simple wire-fence. They see your growing area as an all-you-can eat buffet and will do everything to enter it. To keep them out we recommend to use chicken wire and build a smaller fence circling your plants. Make sure you dig the fence up to 10-20 cm underground when installing it. This is because rabbit cans dig underneath the chicken wire when it’s not deep enough. to be 100% sure you could also use a piece of the chicken wire as bottom of your growing spot. This makes it impossible for rabbits to dig to your plants.

Another effective thing you can do is buying some fox urine extract and spray it all around your growing spot. The smell of fox urine is very frightning for many animals like rabbits as they are their natural enemy. You can buy these extracts on multiple websites.

Remember to always take your materials like iron wire and nets with you when you are done growing. As a cannabis enthousiast you should love and respect nature. These things do not belong there!

Insects

Insects are very small and almost impossible to keep away from your plants. However there are nets you can use to hang around your plants to keep them out. The problem is that these nets will block quite some sunlight and could draw attention from people. If you should use one highly depends on your personal location and the species of insects.

Anti insect sprays or pesticides that are ment for plants should never be used on cannabis plants. These sprays are pure poison and could really harm your health when consuming the plant. What could help is putting a very small drop of dish-soap in 1 liter of water and spray it over the plants branches. Most insects hate the acidic smell the soapy water and will leave your plants alone.

Check out our “Ultimate pest guide” to find out how to treat the most commong cannabis pests!

Growing in a corn field

You might have heard about people growing in a corn field and it could actually work pretty well. However there are multiple things to think about if you want this to succeed. To begin with: The farmers! That field of corn is their job/income so they will be protecting and watching it. These days they even use drones to check on their crops to see them from above.

By planting one plant every here and there, you decrease the chance of being caught by someone seeing the field from above. More plants at the same spot draws the attention as it doens’t look natural. Thats also what helicopters/drones are lookin for. Next to that, try to find a nice place deeper in the corn field (not by the side as tractors/farmes often pas them) and make sure that there aren’t any higher grounds around the corn field. This may makes your plants visible from above.

One great tip to always find your plants in a big corn field is by using a small,long rope or fishing line and connect your plants. Then, connect the last plant with a corn stalk standing on the side. Mark this corn stalk discreetly with a ribbon, marker or some tape. This way you will always find your plants easily!

Corn season

A very important aspect of growing in a corn field is knowing when the growing season begins and ends. It would be a shame if you are in the middle of a grow, and you see that the field is being cut down. Corn season is different depending on where you live but you can find it easily by looking it up on google or simply ask some local farmers (just act interested in their work to avoid any suspicion).

Pesticides

Keep in mind that corn is a consumer product and many farmers will spray chemicals on them. These can be deadly for a cannabis plant and also harmfull for you when they end up in your buds. These pesticedes will be sprayed once the corn is up to 30-40CM. Make sure you plant your ladies afterwards!

So, When looking for the guerilla spot:

  • Make sure nobody watches you wandering around areas your normally wouldn’t
  • Never leave trash or other materials around your spot (draws attention and isn’t respectfull to nature)
  • Go of the paths. You don’t want your spot close to people. The further the better so make sure it’s at least 50 meters in the “wilderness”. (away from paths,roads or other human activity)
  • Make sure there is enough sunlight and air flow to avoid a too high humidity
  • Look for something hard to find, but still easy to get to with multiple materials
  • Think about animals when choosing your guerilla spot. What animals are active there and do they have acces to your plants? If so make you spot animal proof
  • Think about the watering, a good idea is to choose a spot that is close to a water source
  • Think about the fact that your plants are mostly always visible for helicopters and drones. So don’t put too much plants close to each other and create big bushes/fields. Rather divide them over different spots in smaller groups so it looks

Got more tips and tricks to add to our list? Feel free to leave them in the comment section below!

Finding the right location for your guerilla grow can be pretty hard. To help you we have set up u list of tips to find the right spot!

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Nevada laws for “Cultivation of Marijuana” in Nevada (NRS 453.3393)

Updated July 1, 2020

Nevada marijuana law permits recreational marijuana cultivation of up to 6 plants (a maximum of 12 per household) only if the grower is more than 25 miles from the nearest licensed dispensary. Growing more than 12 plants is a felony, though the court typically grants probation instead of Nevada State Prison.

Common defenses to Nevada charges of cultivating weed include:

  1. The defendant had no knowledge the pot was growing on his/her property, or
  2. The defendant had a valid medical marijuana card, and he/she was too ill or lacked means to travel to a dispensary

Even though Nevada recently legalized recreational marijuana, courts still take cultivation crimes very seriously. And growing 50 lbs. or more of pot is prosecuted as trafficking, even if it is just for personal use.

In this article, our Las Vegas criminal defense attorneys answer frequently-asked-questions about Nevada laws for cultivating marijuana, including punishments, defense strategies, record seals, and immigration consequences. Click on a topic to jump to that section:

1. May I cultivate my own marijuana in Las Vegas, Nevada?

Recreational pot cultivation is permitted under very limited circumstances. Only people who live more than 25 miles from the nearest dispensary are allowed to grow pot. In reality, this rule outlaws anyone in Clark and Washoe Counties.

Furthermore, the few rural Nevadans who live more than 25 miles from a dispensary may grow no more than six (6) plants per person. And no household may have more than twelve (12) plants. Finally, the marijuana must be cultivated in an enclosed space not viewable by the general public (so not near a window where people from the street can see).

Note that “cultivation” comprises “growing” as well as the following actions:

  • manufacturing,
  • planting,
  • harvesting,
  • drying,
  • propagating, or
  • processing

Obviously, commercial growers with a valid registration card from the Nevada State Health Division operate by a different set of rules. 1

1.1. Medical Marijuana Patients

People with valid Nevada medical marijuana cards follow slightly laxer rules. They may grow their own marijuana plants only if:

  • the dispensary is unable to supply the marijuana to the cardholder, or
  • the cardholder is too ill to travel to the dispensary, or
  • the cardholder lacks transportation to travel to the dispensary, or
  • there is no dispensary within 25 miles of the cardholder

And cardholders may not possess more than 12 marijuana plants, mature or immature. 2

2. Can I go to jail for growing my own marijuana in Las Vegas, Nevada?

Usually not for a first offense. And it is often possible to get criminal charges reduced or dismissed through a plea bargain.

The specific penalties depend on the circumstances:

2.1. Growing more than 12 plants (but less than 50 lbs.)

Illegally growing more than 12 plants is a category E felony in Nevada. It carries probation and a suspended sentence and the cost of cleaning and disposing of the marijuana and cultivation facility. But if the defendant has at least two prior felony convictions, the court can order:

  • 1 to 4 years in Nevada State Prison, and
  • maybe up to $5,000 in fines

Note that growing 50 lbs or more of marijuana is automatically prosecuted as trafficking, which carries much harsher penalties and steep fines. 3

2.2. Violating other cultivation rules (NRS 453D.400)

Recreational growers face prosecution for either of the following acts:

  1. Cultivating marijuana within 25 miles of a licensed retail marijuana store;
  2. Cultivating marijuana plants where they are visible from a public place by normal unaided vision; or
  3. Cultivating marijuana on property not in the cultivator’s lawful possession, or without the consent of the property owner

The punishment for committing one of these offenses increases with each successive conviction: 4

2.3. Concentrated Cannabis

It is a category C felony for a recreational user to knowingly or intentionally extract concentrated cannabis. The penalty is 1 to 5 years in prison and possibly up to $10,000 in fines. 5

3. How do I fight the charges?

The defenses available to defendants facing charges for growing marijuana in Nevada depend on the circumstances of the case. Two common strategies include:

  1. Lack of intent: Cultivating marijuana is not illegal in Nevada if the person had no idea he/she was growing it. For example, a person with a wild marijuana plant growing in his/her background is committing no crime as long as he/she does not realize the plant is marijuana. If the prosecutor cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant knowingly or intentionally grew marijuana, the charges should be dropped.
  2. Medical Marijuana: Cultivating marijuana is legal as long as it is done in accordance with Nevada medical marijuana laws. If the grower is a patient, he/she can cultivate up to 12 marijuana plants as long as he/she cannot reasonably get marijuana from a dispensary and has a valid Nevada medical marijuana card. The charges should be dismissed as long as the defendant can show Nevada medical marijuana laws permitted them to cultivate marijuana.

Note that Nevada law enforcement often learns of illegal marijuana growers by satellite images showing greenhouses or by unusual electricity usage. When prosecuting cultivation cases, the D.A. often presents photographs of the plants and lab results confirming that the specimens are indeed marijuana.

4. Can I get my record sealed?

Usually, yes. The waiting period to begin the record seal process depends on the specific charge:

Classification of Cultivating Marijuana Charge Record Seal Wait Time
misdemeanor (NRS 453D.400) 1 year after the case closes
gross misdemeanor (NRS 453D.400) 2 years after the case closes
category E felony (NRS 453.3393) 2 years after the case closes
category C felony (NRS 453.3393) 5 years after the case closes

Note that any criminal charge that gets dismissed can be sealed immediately. 6

5. Can I get deported for growing marijuana?

Probably not for growing a small amount, but it is a gray area. Aliens who have been arrested should seek legal counsel from an attorney right away to discuss their options for safeguarding their resident status. Learn more about the criminal defense of immigrants in Nevada. 7

6. Related offenses

Additional marijuana crimes in Nevada are:

Call us if you are facing a drug charge…

Arrested for “cultivating marijuana” in Nevada? Contact our Las Vegas criminal defense attorneys to schedule a free meeting. We may be able to persuade the prosecutors to reduce or dismiss your charges without a trial.

¿Habla español? Obtener información acerca de las leyes de Nevada para el cultivo de marihuana.

Arrested in Colorado? Go to our article on Colorado marijuana laws.

Legal References:
  1. NRS 453D.110; NRS 453D.400.
  2. NRS 453A.200.
  3. NRS 453.3393.
  4. NRS 453.3363, NRS 453.580
  5. NRS 453.3393
  6. NRS 179.245; NRS 179.255.
  7. Immigration and Nationality ActINA § 237(a)(2)(B)(i); 8 USC 1227(a)(2)(B)(i).

Nevada Revised Statutes Blog Posts:

Updated July 1, 2020 Nevada marijuana law permits recreational marijuana cultivation of up to 6 plants (a maximum of 12 per household) only if the grower is more than 25 miles from the nearest licensed dispensary. Growing more than 12 plants is a felony, though the court typically grants probation instead of Nevada State Prison. .

Updated July 1, 2020 Nevada marijuana law permits recreational marijuana cultivation of up to 6 plants (a maximum of 12 per household) only if the grower is more than 25 miles from the nearest licensed dispensary. Growing more than 12 plants is a felony, though the court typically grants probation instead of Nevada State Prison. .

Updated July 1, 2020 Nevada marijuana law permits recreational marijuana cultivation of up to 6 plants (a maximum of 12 per household) only if the grower is more than 25 miles from the nearest licensed dispensary. Growing more than 12 plants is a felony, though the court typically grants probation instead of Nevada State Prison. .

Updated July 1, 2020 Nevada marijuana law permits recreational marijuana cultivation of up to 6 plants (a maximum of 12 per household) only if the grower is more than 25 miles from the nearest licensed dispensary. Growing more than 12 plants is a felony, though the court typically grants probation instead of Nevada State Prison. .

Only people more than 25 miles away from a licensed dispensary may grow marijuana in Nevada for recreational purposes. Those growers are limited to 6 plants per person and 12 per household. The marijuana plants may not be visible to the public. Depending on the facts, violations may carry fines or prison time.

MARIJUANA ESTABLISHMENT & LICENSING

The attorneys at Connor & Connor PLLC are experienced Nevada business attorneys who have assisted their clients with navigating the complex marijuana laws and regulations in Nevada. Because the Nevada Marijuana program is strictly regulated, our clients often rely on us to form their business entities, to assist with applications, contracts, land use, licensing and regulatory compliance.

Marijuana Establishing & Licensing in Nevada

SB374 and the legalization of Medical Marijuana Establishments

Before the passage of SB374 (the bill that legalized Nevada’s marijuana industry) the only legal avenue for Nevada marijuana patients two acquire their medicine was to grow their own (of course state law did not provide a legal means to acquire clones or seeds). Unfortunately, this required investment in time and expensive equipment and often required renovations to patient’s homes. If a patient did not own their home, they faced eviction by landlords for violating the terms of their lease agreements. Patients were often contacted by law enforcement who would receive reports of possible illegal grow operations that were actual legal patient gardens. Patients also faced the risk of violent home invasion robberies by criminals looking to steal their medicine. As a result, many patients were unable to grow their own medicine legally and were forced to turn to the black or gray market.

After a long legal battle Nevada’s medical marijuana patients finally won the right to legally buy their medicine at a state licensed marijuana establishment thanks to state senators Tick Segerblom (D NV) and Mark Hutchinson (R NV) who sponsored SB374 and paved the way for a safe, legal, marijuana industry in Nevada. The Nevada Legislature passed SB 374 and on June 12, 2013, Governor Brian Sandoval signed the bill into law. SB374 made sweeping changes to Nevada’s medical marijuana laws.

Question 2 and the Legalization of Recreational Marijuana in Nevada

In November 2016, Nevadans voted yes on ballot Question 2 to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. The ballot required the state to begin sales by January 1, 2018, but the Nevada Tax Commission approved temporary regulations that would allow businesses launch as early as July 1, 2017. The “early start” program has been a resounding success generating revenue for marijuana establishments and millions of dollars of tax revenue for the state and local governments.

The Four Types of Medical Marijuana Establishments:

Nevada law provides for four types of medical marijuana establishment licenses. Under Nevada revised statutes 453A, the four types of medical marijuana establishment certificates are:

  • Medical Marijuana Dispensary
  • Medical Marijuana Cultivation Facility
  • Medical Marijuana Production Facility
  • Independent Testing Laboratory

Each medical marijuana establishment certificate only allows the specific type of activity permitted by the certificate. For example, a cultivation certificate only permits the holder to engage in the cultivation of marijuana, they cannot make retail sales to customers or produce marijuana infused products like edibles. Similarly, a production facility cannot cultivate marijuana. All transactions with a marijuana establishment must be made in accordance with Nevada law, any sales to unauthorized individuals or businesses are strictly forbidden and are subject to severe penalties including loss of licensure and criminal prosecution.

The following provides a brief description of each type of facility:

Medical Marijuana Dispensary

A marijuana dispensary certificate allows the holder to purchase marijuana from state licensed marijuana cultivation facilities and state licensed edible facilities. Dispensaries cannot purchase marijuana or marijuana infused products from any unauthorized sources, including out of state facilities regardless of whether or not those facilities are licensed in their jurisdiction (i.e. no importing from other states). A marijuana dispensary is the ONLY facility permitted to make sales to individual patients and customers. The number of dispensary licenses are held to a specific number by state law, meaning once they are all taken no more will be issued by the state unless the law were to be amended.

Medical Marijuana Cultivation Facility

A marijuana cultivation certificate allows the holder to cultivate marijuana. Marijuana cultivation facilities may acquire their initial plants from those patients authorized to possess marijuana plants. Marijuana cultivation facilities may sell the marijuana they cultivate to marijuana production facilities and dispensaries after such products have passed Nevada’s rigorous testing processes. Marijuana cultivation facilities, like all marijuana establishments in Nevada, are subject to very strict regulations regarding safety, security and cleanliness.

Medical Marijuana Production Facility

A marijuana production certificate allows the holder to produce marijuana infused products, including edibles and extracts. A marijuana production facility may only purchase marijuana cultivated at a Nevada licensed facility. A marijuana production facility may only sell its products to a Nevada licensed dispensary or another production facility. Like all marijuana establishments, marijuana production facilities are strictly regulated by the state for the safety and security of their products.

Independent Testing Laboratory

A marijuana independent testing laboratory certificate allows the holder to test marijuana grown at a state licensed facility, or products produced at a state licensed production facility, to test for the presence of banned or unsafe substances. Independent testing laboratories must remain truly independent. If you own any part of one of the other three types of marijuana licenses in the state of Nevada you may not own any part of an independent testing laboratory. The reason for this separation of ownership is to ensure that the labs remain objective in their analysis of the products.

Retail Marijuana Licenses:

When the voters passed Question 2, marijuana for adult-use became legal (called retail marijuana). This initiative petition was codified in Nevada Revised Statutes 453D. While some facilities are dual-licensed (medical and retail), each license should be treated separately.

The following license types exist in the retail program:

Retail Marijuana Store

A marijuana dispensary certificate allows the holder to purchase marijuana from state licensed marijuana cultivation facilities and state licensed edible facilities. Dispensaries cannot purchase marijuana or marijuana infused products from any unauthorized sources, including out of state facilities regardless of whether or not those facilities are licensed in their jurisdiction (i.e. no importing from other states). A marijuana dispensary is the ONLY facility permitted to make sales to individual patients and customers. The number of dispensary licenses are held to a specific number by state law, meaning once they are all taken no more will be issued by the state unless the law were to be amended.

Retail Marijuana Cultivation Facility

A marijuana cultivation certificate allows the holder to cultivate marijuana. Marijuana cultivation facilities may acquire their initial plants from those patients authorized to possess marijuana plants. Marijuana cultivation facilities may sell the marijuana they cultivate to marijuana production facilities and dispensaries after such products have passed Nevada’s rigorous testing processes. Marijuana cultivation facilities, like all marijuana establishments in Nevada, are subject to very strict regulations regarding safety, security and cleanliness.

Retail Marijuana Production Facility

A marijuana production certificate allows the holder to produce marijuana infused products, including edibles and extracts. A marijuana production facility may only purchase marijuana cultivated at a Nevada licensed facility. A marijuana production facility may only sell its products to a Nevada licensed dispensary or another production facility. Like all marijuana establishments, marijuana production facilities are strictly regulated by the state for the safety and security of their products.

Independent Testing Laboratory

A marijuana independent testing laboratory certificate allows the holder to test marijuana grown at a state licensed facility, or products produced at a state licensed production facility, to test for the presence of banned or unsafe substances. Independent testing laboratories must remain truly independent. If you own any part of one of the other three types of marijuana licenses in the state of Nevada you may not own any part of an independent testing laboratory. The reason for this separation of ownership is to ensure that the labs remain objective in their analysis of the products.

Marijuana Distributor License

A marijuana distribution license can be thought of as a fifth type of marijuana establishment certificate. The law regarding adult use or recreational marijuana in Nevada required that recreational marijuana be regulated like alcohol. Therefore, the system is modeled on Nevada’s three-tiered alcohol distribution system. Accordingly, any marijuana designated for adult use must be transported by an state licensed marijuana distributor. This system has created some confusion in the state and a lot of litigation due to the perceived availability of individuals eligible to apply for distributor licenses and their ability or lack thereof to service the needs of the marijuana industry. Medical-only marijuana may still be delivered to other marijuana facilities by the medical marijuana licensees.

Requirements for Opening a Marijuana Establishment:

Acquiring a marijuana establishment certificate in Nevada, like most parts of the industry, is subject to strict regulations. Applications are not open 365 days per year; you may only apply for a marijuana establishment license during periods when the state is accepting applications. By law, the state must announce when it is accepting applications so pay close attention to announcements made by the Nevada Department of Taxation and the news. If the application period is closed, there is NO WAY to legally apply to the state for a marijuana establishment certificate. Further, individuals or groups wishing to open a marijuana establishment must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • That they control $250,000.00 in liquid assets
  • That no member or owner of the proposed establishment has prior convictions for certain felonies or for distribution of a controlled substance (subject to certain exceptions)
  • That they have submitted all relevant fees (described below)
  • That physical address is located 1,000 feet from any school and 300 feet from any community facility such as religious institutions
  • Evidence that the applicant owns the proposed property where the establishment will be located, or that they have written notarized permission from the landlord to operate a marijuana establishment on the premises
  • Applicants must submit the name, address, date of birth and a complete set of fingerprints for each person who is proposed to be an owner or officer of the establishment
  • The name, address and date of birth of every proposed employee of volunteer of the establishment
  • Proposed policies and procedures consistent with the rules of the Department of Taxation and with the laws and administrative regulations
  • Each marijuana establishment must be located in a separate building or facility located in a commercial or industrial zone or overlay
  • Each marijuana establishment must comply with all state and local ordinances and rules pertaining to zoning, land use and signage (these rules vary from one jurisdiction to another, so check with the local governing authority and your lawyer before committing to any location)
  • Each marijuana establishment shall have discreet signage consistent with traditional medical offices and pharmacies
  • Each marijuana establishment shall have a professional interior in the traditional style of medical offices and pharmacies
  • Each marijuana establishment must have one secure entrance, notwithstanding relevant fire codes

In addition to the above, each medical marijuana establishment or retail marijuana establishment must follow very stringent regulations regarding the purchase, cultivation and production of marijuana infused products. All marijuana and marijuana products sold in dispensaries must be purchased from licensed medical marijuana establishments in the state of Nevada.

Licensing Fees

There will also be significant fees associated with opening a marijuana establishment. These fees are in addition to any fees relating to forming and registering a business or corporation with the Nevada Secretary of State and any local licensing fees (which vary from one jurisdiction to another). The fees for the separate types of establishments are as follows:

Medical

Dispensary Licensing Fees:

  • $5,000.00 nonrefundable application fee
  • $30,000.00 initial licensing fee
  • $5,000.00 annual renewal fee

Cultivation Facility Licensing Fees:

  • $5,000.00 nonrefundable application fee
  • $3,000.00 initial licensing fee
  • $1,000.00 annual renewal fee

Edibles Production Facility Licensing Fees:

  • $5,000.00 nonrefundable application fee
  • $3,000.00 initial licensing fee
  • $1,000.00 renewal fee

Independent Testing Laboratory Licensing Fees:

  • $5,000.00 nonrefundable application fee
  • $5,000.00 initial licensing fee
  • $3,000.00 annual renewal fee
Retail

Application fee of $5000 for all applications

  • For the initial issuance of a retail marijuana store license – $20,000 ($6,600 for the renewal)
  • For the initial issuance of a retail marijuana cultivation license – $30,000 ($10,000 for the renewal)
  • For the initial issuance of a retail marijuana production license – $10,000 ($3,300 for the renewal)
  • For the initial issuance of a marijuana distributor license – $15,000 ($5,000 for the renewal)
  • For the initial issuance of a marijuana testing facility license – $15,000 ($5,000 for the renewal)

In addition to the above fees each applicant for a marijuana establishment license must pay to the Department of Taxation the actual costs of processing the application including the costs of background checks. Putting together a quality application is very time consuming and can be very costly.

Marijuana Support Businesses:

In addition to business licenses for marijuana establishments, local governments require marijuana support business licenses for businesses that operate to support the marijuana industry. This could include consulting businesses, lighting companies, security companies, and staffing companies. It is important to know if your business will require a marijuana support business license in order to operate in compliance.

Additional Considerations:

In addition to the above fees and requirements each marijuana establishments are strictly regulated. All marijuana produced and sold in the state of Nevada must be strictly accounted for. The facility must track all marijuana produced from seed or clone all the way to the consumer. Each facility must enact strict policies to ensure that all marijuana distributed to patients and retail customers is accounted for to ensure that none of it is entering the illegal stream of commerce. Each facility must also utilize strict security measures including alarms and real-time monitoring systems in order to track the marijuana. In short, marijuana establishments will be subject to complex regulations and any violation will result in a loss of the establishments license or potentially criminal prosecution. As a result, we strongly recommend consulting with an attorney to ensure strict compliance with the regulations.

Again it is important to understand that a person may still face prosecution under a litany of Federal Laws as the Federal Government does not recognize Nevada marijuana laws.

Nevada Marijuana Business Establishment & Licensing is complex. The Cannabis attorneys at Connor & Connor PLLC can help you get a Marijuana Business License in Nevada.