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1 Answer | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for California on
Q: Can I legally grow 2 plants of hemp with a the content of .03% or lower? It is strictly for personal use .

Thc content of .03 % or lower

Aaron A. Pelley
Aaron A. Pelley answered on Jun 5, 2020

Division 24 of the California Food and Agricultural Code provides for the cultivation of industrial hemp by registered growers, hemp breeders, and established agricultural research institutions. Regardless of any federal requirements, all hemp growers in California must comply with existing state... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Washington on
Q: Do I need a special type of business license to sell growing equipment to the marijuana growers?

The WA state website does not specifiy, and I cannot find this answer *anywhere*. I've no desire to touch, buy, or sell marijuana. I want to start a website that sells the equipment to grow it, though. Hydroponics, LED lights, blah, blah.

Aaron A. Pelley
Aaron A. Pelley answered on Jun 5, 2020

Most states do not require a specific license, except a business license (and perhaps City license) to work in the areas you have described. However, as ridiculous as it sounds, you are still subject to Federal Prosecution, as those who sell certain precursor chemicals, specialized equipment, or... Read more »

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