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can anyone tell me if i can have a greenhouse on my friends property w/o making him my caretaker? can i just have permission? he has one already and another he is a caregiver for. but i just wana use his property,therefore i can grow indoor at home during winter..any help would be appreciated

he only has 24 there now.12 his 12 a patient of his.
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Secured, locked enclosure with no access to anyone (even your friend) then

 

YES

Secured, locked enclosure with no access to anyone (even your friend) then

 

YES

Secured, locked enclosure with no access to anyone (even your friend) then

 

YES

for sure lol. do i need written permission?
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Why not make him your caregiver so he can help with gardening?

 

You realize he would be better protected in the event of trouble

 

I would bet if there was a raid they would want to examine your home as well

 

Just saying

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Why not make him your caregiver so he can help with gardening?

 

You realize he would be better protected in the event of trouble

 

I would bet if there was a raid they would want to examine your home as well

 

Just saying

 

Some prosecutors are demanding seperate enclosures for every 12 plants or patient . Legislators could help with that right now . It is wasteful of resources and serves no real purpose if all patient information is contained in a single enclosed room . Spouses have been charged over limit when the plant counts were within limits if seperate rooms were present according to authorities . LIvingston had a case like this where the husband took a plea afraid his wife would be arrested and jailed as they were both being charged with the others plants at the time . Now they only go after one person in most cases . A defense would run between 10 to 50 thousand dollars per individual . Growing outside by the time you build everything you could justify the cost of electricity for indoors and have less risk .Lately their trying to say you can't even see the plants or it is illegal to grow outdoors . You just never know if your legal or not in this policitical environment no matter how hard you try . .

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can anyone tell me if i can have a greenhouse on my friends property w/o making him my caretaker? can i just have permission? he has one already and another he is a caregiver for. but i just wana use his property,therefore i can grow indoor at home during winter..any help would be appreciated

 

I would error on the side of caution! If I recall correctly there was talk of no more then one caregiver could grow at a given address.

But in a recent case I believe that there was more then one caregiver, one got hit the other walked. If you set up a green house make sure it is a good distance from any other one.

and follow the law to the letter.

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Duvall decision in Federal Court 4/20/12 let one CG go, charged the other. Both 72 plant greenhouses were on same farm a good ways apart--the problem was both were on the SAME PARCEL of land.

 

With the storage limits set where they are growing outside makes no sense at all unless you already have facilities to do it in . I have read on these boards a perpetual grow is illegal which suprised me I can't think of any other way to stay under the limits but it takes about 6 months to get one going and any hospitalization or emergency taking one away from home causes one to have to start over . Truely they need to allow people to store whatever they can grow and those people claiming they can grow pounds off one plant sure don't help any of us because it sure is the exception to the rule .

 

Most of us have closet grows , and often are doing 12 plants but in 1 gallon or 2 gallon containers to keep things small . Your container will effect size people growing for production are using 10 gallon containers . So far when experimenting with containers I have found my plants grow about a foot for every gallon . With my space a 5 gallon container would be as high as I could go . I use a 5 gallon but fill to 4 and use coco based mixes which are so much lighter then dirt . I have a compromised spine and neck so light weight is important . Hydro grew great plants but it was hard to keep up with the maintenence . I didn't want to do dirt because of the weight and waste material . But listening to a few here I tried the artificial soils that are coco based with everything already mixed in . A full grown plant with soil , pot and all weights under 7 pounds , moist from watering . It took me three years to learn this . Now fertilizing using the GH Lucas method to see if it is better then Peters on first experiment it seems using both helps of course with mollasses disolved in water one teaspoon per gallon , some are using vitamens but I haven't tried it . But it still takes me about 5 months to turn each plant and I get about 2 weeks off of each one ( 2-3 oz normally ) or one week if weaning narcotics , having additional pain problems above normal or heavy muscle spasms from my surgery/ accident injury .

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