If you’re a Missouri resident and would like to start growing your own marijuana for medical purposes, now is a great time to buy cannabis seeds and get started. Medical marijuana has shown to be beneficial when it comes to certain aches and pains, as well as a way to help treat other chronic conditions.
But there is some important information in the form of rules and regulations you need to know before you start planting your cannabis seeds. We’ve provided you with all the info you need so you can grow your plants worry free!
Registering as a Patient
To get started, patients will need a recommendation from a licensed doctor for medical marijuana (you can see a MO medical card provider or have a Telemedicine appt.). For any questions or FAQ’s, click on the MO DHSS site. You need a valid photo ID and proof of residency will also need to be supplied, as well as a recent selfie. Patients register for their medical marijuana card on a platform called Complia which is operated by the Department of Health and Senior Services. There are two separate fees that growers must be aware of:
- Registration Fee of $25
- Grow Registration Fee of $100 – This fee is only applicable if the patient chooses to have their cannabis seeds grown by a caregiver.
This is very important for patients to maintain a safe amount of marijuana in the home. The maximum allowed dried marijuana within 30 days is 4 ounces, and are allowed to possess no more than a 2 month supply in total.
In terms of the number of plants, patients can grow 6 plants that are flowering at one time. Missouri residents can also have 6 NON-flowering plants along with 6 clones. A plant is considered to be non-flowering plants and 6 flowering plants can exceed 14 inches in height whereas the 6 clones must be UNDER 14 inches in height.
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If you’re ready to buy cannabis seeds in Missouri, check out our selection of the finest genetics around. We have over 30 strains to choose from, including autos, regular and feminized seeds. Have fun growing your own medicine!