- 1 How many plants can I grow in Santa Cruz County?
- 2 Where is the best place to grow pot plants?
- 3 How much trouble can you get in for growing pot?
- 4 How far away can you smell a pot plant?
- 5 Why was the first place illegal?
- 6 Can you go to jail for growing one pot plant?
- 7 How many pot plants can you grow at home?
How many plants can I grow in Santa Cruz County?
(A) No more than six cannabis plants may be cultivated at any one time at a single private residence.
Where is the best place to grow pot plants?
Sunlight. Weed plants will need full, direct sun for at least 6 hours a day. You may have a backyard, but it might not be great to grow there if it doesn’t get full sun every day. Your cannabis plants should receive as much direct sunlight as possible, ideally during midday, when the quality of light is best.
How much trouble can you get in for growing pot?
California law allows the home cultivation of cannabis for any purpose, medicinal or recreational. The limit for recreational users is six plants, and any more than that is punishable by up to $500 in fines and six months in jail.
How far away can you smell a pot plant?
Depends on a lot of factors, including what strain of marijuana it is and how it’s being grown. The smelliest plants, outdoors, can be smelled for hundreds of feet away. Some plants aren’t very smelly at all. If the wind is right and your close to harvest, or worse in the middle of harvesting, a long ways away.
Why was the first place illegal?
For Western states, a driving reason was a fear of Mexican immigrants who used the plant. In Eastern states, it was fear of African Americans and jazz musicians who used cannabis to “take advantage of white women.” Making marijuana illegal was essentially a way to outlaw being an immigrant or not white.
Can you go to jail for growing one pot plant?
Please note that the penalties for being caught growing weed illegally are severe. You could receive a prison term of up to 30 years, depending on the state and the amount you produce.
How many pot plants can you grow at home?
Albertans can grow up to 4 plants per household. Adults can possess up to 30 grams of legally produced cannabis in public. Those under 18 can’t possess, purchase or use cannabis.