Important Notice to All Persons Providing Material in Support of License Applicants
Registration Fee: $75,000 (Non-Refundable)
Connecticut State Department of Consumer Protection
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Renewal Fee: $75,000 (Non-Refundable)
Medical Marijuana Producer License
Initial Application Fee: $25,000 (Non-Refundable)
All materials that are in support of a potential applicant for a Medical Marijuana Producer or Dispensary Facility License must comply with all requirements set forth in the Request for Applications. The Department has established an application process that is transparent, unbiased, and follows a set process. Supportive material may only be submitted with the application. Applications and supporting material must be hand-delivered in accordance with the instructions in the Request for Applications, together with a $25,000 application fee. Any material received outside the application process will not be considered part of the application. Failure to abide by the RFA process could result in disqualification of an applicant.
California (for medical and 21+): Up to 6 plants per residency may be cultivated for anyone 21+. For medical card holders, up to 12 immature or 6 mature plants. Up to 1 ounce may be possessed.
Alaska (for medical and 21+): No more than 12 plants per household, only up to 2 adults. Up to 1 ounce can be transported.
Know How Much Medical Marijuana You Can Already Grow
Hawaii (medical only): No more than 7 ounces in possession. Up to 7 plants total for personal cultivation (between patient and caregiver).
Why Should You Grow Medical Marijuana for Personal Use?
Keep reading to discover how to get a grower’s license for medical marijuana with our general guide…
The good news is the industry is growing quickly across the United States, and there are many opportunities to join as a grower employee or entrepreneur.
How to Become a Grower in the Legal Cannabis Industry
In order to run your cultivation site, you need to prepare in advance by setting up lighting and other environmental equipment, installing security, purchasing equipment and supplies, selecting a payment processor, setting up compliance processes, and more.
A master grower typically holds a master’s degree or PhD in horticulture, botany, or a physical science and is responsible for genetics, designing grow systems, maximizing harvests, managing the grow facility, and managing and training the grow team of workers. This is not a job for home growers. Master growers are responsible for large commercial grow sites and must be able to scale those grow sites even more if the opportunity arises.