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Maine's Growing Limits

Rx-420dank

New Member
I am a bit confused On the allowable Cultivation Legal Wording Limits.
Could some one please confirm, What the Current allowable Growing Limits are, For Veg and Flowering???

To my Understanding, The allowable growing Limit for one person in Maine is

12 Plants in Veg and
6 plants Budding.
Total of 18 plants.

No limit on Clones and Starters.


Or does it state

12 Plants Total.
6 in Veg and no more than 6 Budding.

Clone and Starter Limitless. ??????
 

Rx-420dank

New Member
Only info I can find is the Maine Fines/Penalties.
Which don't help me. Only thing the Fines and penalties tell me, Is what's going to happen to me if I didn't have a green card.

For the People with a Medical green card in Maine, What are our allowable Growing Limits????
 

Rx-420dank

New Member
Awesome, Finally Found what I was looking for. I hope this helps others as well.

10-144 CMR Chapter 122
Effective Date: September 17, 2013

Maine Department of Health and Human Services
Division of Licensing and Regulatory Services
(207) 287-9300
1-800-791-4080
Fax: 1-207-287-5815
DLRS.info@maine.gov

Rules Governing the Maine Medical Use of Marijuana Program
Section 1. Definitions Page 1-3

1.17.1 Allowable usable amount of marijuana for medical use. The allowable usable amount of marijuana for medical use that may be possessed at any one time by an authorized person means 2 ½ ounces or less of prepared marijuana and a total of up to 6 mature marijuana plants.

1.17.2 Incidental amount of marijuana. Incidental amount of marijuana per patient means up to 12 female nonflowering marijuana plants; an unlimited amount of marijuana seedlings, seeds, stalks and roots; and up to eight (8) pounds of harvested dried unprepared marijuana in varying stages of processing that are not included when calculating the “allowable useable amount of marijuana.” See 22 M.R.S.A. §2422 (4-A).

1.17.3 Mature marijuana plant.
Mature marijuana plant means a harvestable female marijuana plant that is flowering. See 22 M.R.S.A. §2422 (4-B).

1.17.4 Prepared marijuana. Prepared marijuana means the dried leaves and flowers of the marijuana plant that require no further processing, and any mixture or preparation of those dried leaves and flowers, including but not limited to tinctures, ointments, and other preparations. It does not include the seeds, stalks, leaves that are disposed of and not dried for use and roots of the marijuana or other ingredients in goods prepared for human consumption or use.

1.17.5 Seedling. Seedling means a marijuana plant that has no flowers (buds), is less than 12 inches in height and diameter. A plant that does not meet all three criteria will not be considered a seedling.

1.17.6 Tincture. For the purposes of these rules, tincture means a mixture created from a concentrated extract of marijuana.

1.17.7 Topical treatment. Topical treatment means a mixture or extract of marijuana made into a balm, lotion, ointment or rubbing alcohol solution, that is applied transcutaneously.

1.18 RESERVED
1.19 RESERVED
1.20 RESERVED
1.21 RESERVED
1.22 RESERVED

1.23 Medical use. Medical use means the acquisition, possession, cultivation, manufacture, use, delivery, transfer or transportation of marijuana or paraphernalia relating to the administration of marijuana to treat or alleviate a qualifying patient’s debilitating medical condition or symptoms associated with the qualifying patient’s debilitating medical condition.

1.24 Member of the family. Member of the family means a person who is a spouse, domestic partner, child, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, parent, stepparent, grandparent or grandchild of another person. Member of the family includes a person living with a person as a spouse and a natural parent of a child of a person. See 22 M.R.S.A. §2422 (5-A).

1.25 Members of the same household. Members of the same household means 2 or more people who share a dwelling unit. See 22 M.R.S.A. §2422 (5-B).

1.30 Prepared marijuana. Prepared marijuana means the dried leaves and flowers of the marijuana plant that require no further processing, and any mixture or preparation of those dried leaves and flowers, including but not limited to tinctures, ointments, and other preparations. It does not include the seeds, stalks, leaves that are disposed of and not dried for use and roots of the marijuana or other ingredients in goods prepared for human consumption or use.
 

Chandra123

New Member
Hi I work in MMJ in Maine for a caregiver trade organization Home if anyone has questions about Maine law feel free to call 10-2 p M-F EST 207-596-3501

The law allows for seedlings 1'X1' & down to afford for clones and an unlimited # of seedlings are ok due to possible issues with starting.
12 Veg plants allowed per patient(up to 5 patients allowed per caregiver)
6 Flowering per patient(again caregivers can only have 5 patients)
 
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