Many people who use grow tents invest in models with clear sides for easy observation and stable support systems to hang their grow lights.
The cannabis industry is growing at an incredible rate, and in the last several years, it has become one of the hottest investment industries in the world. After decades of pushing for law reform, many states have legalized medical and recreational marijuana use and decriminalized growing cannabis for profit in mainstream business. Thus, the creation of grow tents across North America.
Gray Areas Regarding Legality in the US
When it comes to growing marijuana at home, there is plenty of confusion and gray areas. That is primarily the US’s case where growing cannabis is illegal on the federal level; however, states across the nation have legalized cannabis. In approximately 99% of cases, state law is used to enforce incidents of growth within their borders.
There are a few different groups of laws to consider when referring to growing cannabis.
States allowing growth of legal cannabis for medicinal use
OK, NM, AZ, MO, HI, RI, MT, WA, VT, MI, NM, NV, CA, OR
States allowing growth of recreational and medical cannabis
ME, MA, AK, CO
States where growing cannabis is illegal
AL, MS, NH, NJ, DE, MD, NY, PA, VA, WV, OH, KY, NC, SC, GA, FL, TN, KY, IN, AL, AR, LA, IA, WI, TX, KS, NE, SD, ND, WY, UT, ID, CT
Now that we know which states allow some at-home cannabis growing, it’s then time to understand the regulations involved with growing cannabis in those US states. Some states require you to register with the state or state entities, but here is the breakdown of current regulations for growing cannabis in the US.
Cannabis Growing Regulations