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Question On How Many Plants I Can Have?

Shooter Radner


I am just starting out in all this, Want to be a caregiver. Was told I needed a caregiver card, I went on "Mi.gov" But could only find forms for being a "patient" or "transferring Caregivers" not sure if I'm looking on the right website.


The past few days I have been reading as much as I can about MMJ, Michigan Marijuana Law states I am allowed 5 patients and 12 plants. After reading some of your conversations here I think I can have 12 plants per patient that would be 60 going at a time. I sure don't want to get myself in trouble. I also read that the laws differ from county to county and city to city. I live in Kent Co, and the city of Kentwood.


For now I only have those two questions, any help would be greatly appreciated and thanks for letting this green horn into your family..

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Short Answer:

1.  A new patient or a renewing patient names you as their caregiver on the application form.

- OR -

2.  An existing patient transfers to you.


There is nothing else involved.  As long as you don't have a felony, you should be good to go.  After the application or change request is received, about 5 weeks later, you'll get your caregiver card.


Both forms are on LARA http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-72600_72603_51869_52139---,00.html

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