If I have a card, does my landlord have to let me grow at my house or apartment?
The law provides that anyone who follows the requirements cannot be penalized or be subjected to discriminatory practices. The landlord may let you grow in your leased/rented apartment in “an enclosed, locked facility,” unless to do so would cause the landlord to lose benefits under federal law.
All FAQ’s from Growing
- As a grower, what is the maximum number of plants I may grow?
- Can I grow after visiting a clinic, or do I need to wait for my card?
- Do I have to list a grower/grow site address on my application?
- How do I become a grower?
- How do I change/remove my grower?
- How do I register a grow site?
- How many growers can share one growing location?
- How many patients can I grow for?
- I live within 1,000 feet of a school, which is also known as a “drug free zone.” Can I still grow and/or possess my medical marijuana where I live?
- What is a grower? Who can grow?
- Where do I get the seeds/plants to grow medical marijuana?