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NEWS SOURCE: Marijuana Gardens AZ LLC

The Outdoor Grow Hut’s patentable design presents a secure structure with limited visibility of the inside plants, but also allows a high degree of sunshine to reach the plants and provides natural air circulation.

“Growing outdoors is tremendously cheaper, significantly safer, easier to maintain, and will result in larger yields,” says co-founder Dante Schettino. “While there are plenty of indoor grow kits available for purchase in the marketplace, nobody has created an optimal system for growing outdoors.”

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For that reason, Schettino and his partners set out to create the Outdoor Grow Hut, a marijuana grow house that maximizes plant growth and minimizes all equipment and maintenance costs.

TEMPE, Ariz., April 8, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Tempe, Arizona-based, Marijuana Home Gardens announces it has filed for a patent on its turnkey Outdoor Marijuana Grow Hut Kit (USPTO application: US 63/163,586).

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The passage of the Smart and Safe Act (Arizona Proposition 207) not only made the use of recreational marijuana legal in Arizona, but also, residents are now allowed to grow and harvest for personal use up to 12 marijuana plants per household.

Because marijuana legalization is a national trend, the company also provides complete Outdoor Grow Hut kits, less the premium organic super soil, for easy nation-wide shipping.

Growing weed outdoors in arizona

In 2020, Arizona’s voters decided to legalize recreational marijuana. Soon, established dispensaries will also sell recreational marijuana in Arizona. Better yet, people who were previously charged with marijuana possession crimes (of 2.5 ounces or less) can have their criminal records hidden, giving them a fresh start.

The only exception was the medical marijuana program, which was signed into law in 2011. 13 specific conditions could qualify a patient to legally obtain and use medical marijuana. For those not within 25 miles of a dispensary, growing was also allowed. There were many hoops to jump through, but since 2020’s vote, obtaining marijuana in this state is a lot easier.

The new laws allow adults (age 21 and older) to possess up to one ounce of “flower” and up to 5 grams of concentrates. Perhaps best of all is that residents of Arizona can now grow their own marijuana as well with a Pot for Pot. Individuals can grow up to six plants at a time, with a household cap at 12 plants (for residences with 2 or more people).

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Arizona’s had a medical marijuana program since 2010, with the passing of Prop 203. However, recreational marijuana was not allowed whatsoever. In 2020, Prop 207 changed all of that.

Up until now, the situation for recreational marijuana users was bleak. Anyone caught in possession of marijuana could be charged with a felony, jail time, and a fine of $150,000. Growing marijuana plants came with the same penalties and a higher maximum for jail time. Paraphernalia, hash, concentrates, and the sale of marijuana was also strictly forbidden, with the same harsh penalties.

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Our complete grow kits include everything you need to go from seed to your very own supply of high grade medical cannabis.