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Cannabis Seeds in Oregon
Oregon was one of the first pot-friendly states in the country and now you can get high-quality Mosca Seeds cannabis seeds in Oregon, a state of many wonders.
Oregon is home to some of the most beautiful coastline around the globe, with natural marvels and other world famous attractions. Oregon features the world’s largest mushroom, the largest cheese factory in the world, and Portland features more breweries than any other city worldwide with 60 breweries in the city. The state of Oregon became one of the first to implement a medical marijuana program in 1998, and in 2014, voters in the Beaver State approved the possession and sale of recreational cannabis for adults 21 and over.
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What are the Cannabis Laws in Oregon?
The Oregon Health Authority provides all licensing and regulatory oversight of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program, OMMP. Adults 21 and over can possess and use cannabis although not in public use and not while driving. Adult use marijuana laws in Oregon have recently been amended to increase the amount of cannabis people 21 and older are allowed to possess and use.
You can find high-quality cannabis seeds in Oregon online at Mosca Seeds to enjoy the new changes for 2022. As reported in the Statesman Journal on January 3, 2022, multiple changes to cannabis regulation in Oregon are taking effect for the new year beginning January 1, 2022.
- Doubling the amount of marijuana customers can purchase. Prior to the recent amendments, adults could purchase up to 1 ounce of flower, that has been increased to 2 oz.
- Home delivery across county and city lines is now allowed if approved by local authorities, this was not permitted prior to the recent amendments.
- The commission will start to accept label applications for cannabis edibles in excess of 50 mg THC in the package, although these would not be eligible for sale until April 1.
- The commission is reducing the cost and the amount of time required for licensees to report their plant tagging and harvest information into Oregon’s Cannabis Tracking System.
These are some of the highlights of the recent overhaul to Oregon’s cannabis laws. Currently, while there is no sales tax in general for the state of Oregon, there is a tax on cannabis retail sales of 17%, and up to 3% in some local areas. The 20% cannabis tax rate in Oregon is still far less than neighboring California at 45% and Washington at 46%.
Growing Weed in Oregon
Use high quality marijuana seeds when growing pot in Oregon, which is legal if growing for medicinal or recreational purposes. Medical marijuana patients must provide their name and grow site address to the OMMP, when approved they are allowed to cultivate six mature plants and 12 immature cannabis plants.
Adults 21 and over are permitted to grow up to four marijuana plants in their home or private property out of public view. Landlords must grant permission to renters who want to grow pot at home and landlords retain the right to limit cannabis cultivation on their property.
You can add to the beautiful scenery found in Oregon with the most beautiful plant on earth. Quality plants start with quality seeds, whether growing marijuana recreationally or as a commercial cannabis cultivator. You can trust Mosca Seeds, recognized internationally for the finest in high-quality marijuana seeds cultivated with expert cannabis seed genetics.
Mosca Seeds is known worldwide for high-quality cannabis seeds online, available in various strains from potent Indicas to stimulating Sativas and hybrids for the best of both worlds. Get your cannabis seeds from Mosca for the finest pot seeds in Oregon.