The first question anyone who’s grown their own marijuana should be asking is: What exactly does that mean?
The answer to that is not a simple one.
You can grow marijuana as an industrial crop, as a hobby or even as an occasional luxury.
But it’s still not legal to sell or buy marijuana in Colorado, Oregon and Washington state, the first three states to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
As it stands, you can’t grow your own pot, sell it or use it for recreational purposes.
But you can grow it for medical purposes.
And the process is a lot more convenient than growing marijuana in your garage.
In fact, growing pot is so easy that Colorado is currently offering a $100 tax rebate for anyone who grows marijuana for medical use.
And that’s not even the first time Colorado has offered this rebate.
That’s because growing marijuana for personal use is legal in Colorado.
As a business owner, you’re not allowed to sell your product, but that’s OK.
That means that you’re free to take your product to stores and have people buy it from you.
You’re free for now to grow your marijuana for medicinal use, and you’re also free to sell it to dispensaries.
As long as you have a permit to do that, you don’t have to sell cannabis to the public.
And if you don.
You don’t need a permit, and the sale of cannabis is legal.
Colorado also allows the sale and possession of hemp products.
That could be a useful addition if you want to sell hemp seeds or hemp fiber for your product.
But if you grow it yourself, it’s illegal to sell that product.
Colorado has also made it clear that if you’re growing marijuana at home, you may grow marijuana at your own residence.
So if you are a Colorado resident, you need a license to grow marijuana.
And it’s a $1,000 fee for each license you buy.
The first question you should be asked is: Is it legal?
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