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  1. Looking for suggestions on best pumps to use for watering and if any issues with 'dead heading' the pump.  I have a medical grow with 72 plants, so I have 1/2 hp utility pump with a 50-foot hose.  It pumps well when new, but over time it seems to burnout.  If I am watering and pump is running it works great, but between plants the pump is running but I am not watering as I switch to another pod or plant.  So it appears this puts a strain on the pump.   Would watering by hand just using gallon bucket be better or easier?  Any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks

  2. Hi - I recently moved to MI and becoming a caregiver.  Someone told me I could also be my own patient, which didn't make sense to me.  I can already grow 12 plants for myself without being a patient.  does that mean I could grow 24 for just myself if I was a patient.  I don't see a reason to grow that many, just wondering what the law states.  thanks

  3. 6 hours ago, wantstoknowmore said:



    6 hours ago, Restorium2 said:

    Start a grow, it's legal now.

    Get good at it.

    Look for patients.

    In that specific order. 

    The first step would be just 12 plants for myself, right?  i can't do more until I get the patients was my understanding.  thanks

  4. Hi Highlander.  no worries.   I know I need patients, but it was not clear how i register to be a caregiver.   I'm not worried about making money as growing has become a hobby for me.  Kinda like golf for example for others.  There is a cost to it and I'm ok with that.  I just like to see what I can grow and if I can get close to break even and help a few along the way I'm happy.  Life to short to be stressed and greedy.  

  5. Hi glued gorilla.  I'm no longer planning on growing in a duplex.  that was just an option when I was looking at a place and the other tenant was already a caregiver.  I'm not in it for the money.  I've seen great results from the medicine myself and thought I could help a few others along with helping myself and if I make a little bit of cash that's a bonus.  I doubt I'll ever get to 72.  


  6. Hi - I'm new to the forum and really appreciate all the great info.  I am very interested in becoming a caregiver, but having a hard time figuring what I need to fill out and send into the state.  Also, is there a fee when I get a patient and they add me as their caregiver?   Any guidance would be very much appreciated.  thanks. 

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