On October 1, 2021 a portion of Public Act No. 21-1 will go into effect.
CT Medical Marijuana Patients who are 18 years of age or older can start growing mature and immature plants at home.
So, what does this mean exactly? And what restrictions apply?
The rules are pretty simplistic. To start, you absolutely have to be a medical cannabis patient. The rest of the state has to wait until next year.
Each patient is allowed to grow up to 6 plants total. A patient can have 3 in veg and 3 in flower at all times. There can be only a maximum of 12 plants per household. Patients who choose to grow their own Cannabis must do so at their residence and where individuals under 21 can not access their Cannabis plants. So make sure to lock them up. All Cannabis must be grown indoors and must not be visible from the street. So just to be clear here, a patient may only cultivate marijuana in a locked space away from public view in their homes.
That’s it, it’s simple. So scrog the heck out of those things!