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growing weed outdoors in nova scotia

If you’re 19 or over, you can have up to 30 grams of dried cannabis (or equivalent) with you in public. There are no restrictions on how much you can keep in your home, as long as it’s for personal use. Store cannabis safely and keep it away from children and pets.

Be aware of the penalties if you’re under age

19 is the legal age to use, buy, grow or possess cannabis in Nova Scotia. If you’re under 19, you can be fined or face criminal charges.

Know where you can use it and where you can’t

Federal regulations for the legal sale and production of edible cannabis, extracts and topicals came into effect on October 17, 2019. Consumers should expect to see products on NSLC shelves beginning no earlier than mid-December 2019 due to Health Canada’s review process.

Growing weed outdoors in nova scotia

I've seen a number of posts in recent months inquiring about growing cannabis outdoors in the province of Nova Scotia. This is something I have been doing for the better part of 15 years. I want you all to know that it is remarkably easy to do. Virtually all strains of cannabis grow well in the province of Nova Scotia if planted at the right time of year, even the stuff normally grown in the tropics. This spring I will make a post detailing exactly how to grow cannabis in your backyard. I kid you not, I am not oversimplifying when I say that it's as easy as planting a seed in soil and making sure it gets enough water and sunshine. There are a couple little tricks to get you going but once your seedling is 6 inches tall the hard work is done. People have asked where to buy seeds and I recommend a company in Ottawa called hempdepot.ca. They sell a million different varieties but I've always found Barney's Farm to have the greatest success rate. Be sure to spend the premium and by feminized seeds.

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And please don't think that I'm going to teach you how to grow garbage Jamaican shake. I'm talking about top shelf cannabis. The shit that cost $10/g at the liquor store. Don't listen to these neckbeards who think growing weed is some kind of art form reserved for advanced botanists. They are full of shit.