Are you interested in starting your own, legal, Marijuana growing op in Michigan? Here’s what you need to know before you get started.
Michigan’s marijuana laws have been slowly evolving for some time. Here’s an update to marijuana laws in Michigan for 2020.
If you’re considering getting into the hemp or CBD industry, it’s important to know some of the major differences between the two, including rules, regulations, and legalities.
Recreational marijuana is legal in Michigan, but if you own a cannabis business, you still need a great recreational marijuana attorney in order to protect yourself.
Hemp is one of the largest new opportunities for growers in Michigan this is because of its recent legalization by the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill. Hemp is cultivated in order to produce biomass, grain, fiber, or non-intoxicating medicinal compounds like cannabidiol (CBD).
In 2018, the growing of hemp in Michigan was legalized due to the U.S Farm Bill. Hemp can be classified as Cannabis containing below 0.3% THC, which is the psychoactive ingredient in Cannabis. Hemp is often grown to produce CBD or for grain and fiber. In 2019 growers first began to produce hemp under the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Program. As we are still in the fairly early phases of the pilot program, there are still many questions about proper licensing and regulations. Many people are unclear about how to get a licence to grow hemp in Michigan.