Posted on

growing marijuana in michigan

According to the new law, individuals are not allowed to grow marijuana:

If you’re looking to grow some plants at your house for you, then you’re looking for the Class A license.

Michigan is first in Midwest

Meanwhile, medical marijuana caregivers in Michigan are still allowed up to five patients registered to him or her and can grow up to 12 plants for each of them. If the caregiver is also a patient and has five patients, he or she can grow up to 72 marijuana plants. Medical marijuana growers will emphasize the importance of having enough plants to serve a patient, or multiple patients, adequately with the correct strains at the correct times. This is where it can get complicated. Moreover, if you ever hear a grower use the term “cloning,” then you know they’ve been through the process extensively.

By the way . here’s why you may see the state spell marijuana as ‘marihuana’

What do you have questions about in Metro Detroit or Michigan that you’d like us to investigate?

An adult may possess up to 15 grams of marijuana concentrate.

An adult may grow up to 12 marijuana plants at the adult’s residence for personal use.

The cultivation of 25 – 200 plants for personal use is a misdemeanor. A term of imprisonment may be imposed if “the violation was habitual, willfull, and for a commercial purpose or the violation involved violence.”

Conditional Release

The sale of 5 kilograms – 45 kilograms is a felony, which is punishable by a maximum sentence of 7 years imprisonment and a maximum fine of $500,000.

Within a residence, an adult may possess up to 10 ounces of marijuana and any marijuana produced by marijuana cultivated on the premises.


The sale of 45 kilograms or more is a felony, which is punishable by a maximum sentence of 15 years imprisonment and a maximum fine of $10,000,000.

Generally, legalization means a policy that supports a legally controlled market for marijuana, where consumers can buy marijuana for personal use from a safe legal source.