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This does not mean that the sale of seed in Michigan isn't regulated!

Provisions in Act 329, the Michigan Seed Law, authorize the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development to regulate the labeling, coloration, advertising, sale, offering, exposing, or transporting for sale of agricultural, vegetable, lawn, flower, and forest tree seeds. Act 329 also authorizes the Director of Agriculture to adopt rules for its enforcement, provides for the inspection and testing of seed, and prescribes penalties for violations.

In cases of misbranding the problem can usually be corrected by simply replacing the original labels with new labels that reflect the information found in the official seed analysis report. If the test has expired, a new label showing the date of the latest test is required.

When the problem has been corrected, contact the inspector who issued the violation notice or stop sale order. It is illegal to resume selling any seed that is the subject of a violation / stop sale notice until a representative of the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development has verified that the seed has been made legal.

If the seed cannot be sold, contact the supplier to see if they will replace it or give you credit for it. Any seed that cannot sold or returned should be destroyed.

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Medical marijuana is available to Michigan residents suffering from a variety of disorders and ailments, including nausea, seizures, and chronic pain. Currently, over 1 million patients in Michigan are taking advantage of this amazing program. Marijuana is a safe, natural alternative to potentially harsh or dangerous pharmaceutical drugs; it has been used for centuries to relieve pain and stress in its users. If you suffer from any of these issues, you may qualify for a medical marijuana card:

Good news, Michigan medical marijuana card holders! Did you know that you can grow up to twelve plants for your personal medicinal use? That’s huge! If you’re new to growing, Pacific Seed Bank has the resources to help you get started. Not only do we sell top quality, fully feminized marijuana seeds, we supply you with the knowledge you need to successfully grow big, beautiful marijuana plants. For tips and tricks to grow your plants, from germination to cultivation and even consumption, check out our handy grower’s guide , or visit our blog for insider advice from professional growers!

Growing marijuana plants for either recreational or medicinal use is not allowed in Michigan at this time. However, industrial hemp may be cultivated for commercial use, as it is commonly used to make textiles, rope, and paper. You may also legally buy and own ungerminated marijuana seeds, as these are considered novelty items and are not prohibited.

Is it Legal to Grow Marijuana Plants in Michigan?

Thanks to home cultivation laws, you can also purchase cannabis seeds from Pacific Seed Bank and germinate your own seeds right at home. Michigan residents with proper documentation are permitted to grow up to 12 cannabis plants for personal use. There are specific rules to which your garden must adhere, though, so be certain to check with the laws in your region.

Sweet, earthy, and potent, Northern Lights Autoflowering marijuana seeds are a great choice for new growers, though the strain is well-loved around the globe. Ease depression and relax with this classic strain.

A pungent aroma and creamy flavor of chocolate characterize Chocolope Kush marijuana, an indica-dominant marijuana seed that is as easy to grow as it is to enjoy.

With our easy water glass and paper towel method, germination is actually one of the simplest steps in the cannabis lifecycle! All you need to do is soak your marijuana seeds in freshwater for up to 14 hours, then place them on a wet paper towel, cover them over, and keep them – consistently wet – in a dark, warm spot. Within a week, your marijuana seeds will have sprouted little white taproots, and you’ll know they’re ready to go into your soil or hydroponic medium and start growing healing flowers.