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Can I have more than one Washington marijuana producer license?

If you grow outdoors, you cannot have more than one and a quarter year’s harvest on your property. If you grow indoors, you cannot have more than six months of your annual harvest on site.

Growing marijuana in wa state

House Bill 1019 would have authorized adults age 21 and over to maintain up to six personal plants on the premises of their housing unit, with certain limitations on production and possession.

Legislation authorizing personal cannabis cultivation may be taken up again in 2022 or reintroduced in next biennium

“If you are a grower and you are doing it because you love it, then of course, you grow your own,” Cihlar said. “If, however, you just like to smoke high quality herb and don’t like paying for it, but can, I would probably not bother.”

Perry Eskridge, a representative for the Whatcom County Association of Realtors, said cannabis planting will certainly be a focus point for future lease agreements if the bill comes to pass.