Yes, personal caregivers may cultivate a limited number of plants sufficient to maintain a 60-day supply of marijuana for their patient and solely for that patient’s use. Under no circumstances may a personal caregiver cultivate plants in excess of 500 square feet of canopy. Personal Caregiver(s) may cultivate marijuana on behalf of a registered qualifying […]
Cannabis Control Commission regulations say that a patient may cultivate up to 12 flowering plants and 12 vegetative plants, excluding clones. If one or more patients collectively require more than this number of plants at one residence in order to maintain their 60-day supply, then a “hardship cultivation registration” is required.
The Cannabis Control Commission is expected to open applications for hardship cultivation registrations in the near future. The registration authorizes a patient to cultivate a number of plants at their residence to maintain their 60-day supply of medical marijuana. Patients whose access to a medical marijuana dispensary is limited by verified financial hardship, a physical […]
Massachusetts law does allow for limited home cultivation of cannabis. Those with an active patient registration can cultivate their 60-day supply at their primary residence. If you don’t own your residence you may need to review your lease to understand whether marijuana cultivation is allowed. This is not legal advice. Please consult with an attorney […]