“Can I grow weed in Michigan?” is a very popular question. Before you start home growing in your State, make sure you know the answer. Stay compliant with your state laws, or else you may risk criminal penalties.
It is legal to grow marijuana in Michigan. But there are certain rules you must follow. If you are interested in growing weed in Michigan here is all you need to know about marijuana laws in Michigan, to help you avoid any uncomfortable situations with the law.
How Much Marijuana Can You Grow in Michigan
A lot. Adults of 21 or older can grow up to 12 plants at home. This is adult home grow, which is different from other states that only allow medical home grow. Opposed to the majority of states that allow only six plants per household, in Michigan you can grow double that limit, Alaska is the other state with 12 plants per house limit.
Take note that the limit is per household and not per person. Meaning, if there are two adults the limit is still twelve and not 24 plants.
For medical marijuana caregivers, in Michigan they are allowed up to five patients registered to them and can grow up to 12 plants for each of them.
Here is the Full Text of the Law that allows Home Growing in Michigan
Do I Need a License to Grow Marijuana in Michigan
To grow marijuana in your home in Michigan as long as you comply with the state limit mentioned and it is destined exclusively for personal use, you do not need a license.
Where can I grow my Marijuana in Michigan
Michigan does have limitations on where you can keep your plants. The law states that:
- Plants can’t be visible to the public, without the use of binoculars, aircrafts or other optical aids.
- Plants can’t grow outside of an enclosed area equipped with locks or other functioning security devices that restrict access to the area.
Can I Make Cannabis Concentrate?
If you are a Michigan resident who is interested in turning your home grown flower into homemade extracts, the good news is that there is no limit to the amount of concentrate you can keep from your Michigan home grown plants.
The not so good news is that using volatile substances to produce concentrates are strictly prohibited in Michigan. This includes the use of butane, extreme heat, or dangerous lab equipment all together.
You can still use natural heat or water based methods to make your own concentrates, like bubble bags or ethanol without heat or pressure.
The point is, you could only produce cannabis concentrates using volatile substances if you have a licensed non-residential facility.
Can I Sell What I Grow Home?
In Michigan, home growers can’t profit from selling their home grown. Selling marijuana without state and local licensing is illegal.
However, gifting marijuana and infused products to adults over 21 in Michigan, is not illegal.
You can give up to 2.5 ounces of usable flower or 15 grams of concentrate.
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