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How Many Cannabis Plants can Colorado Marijuana Patients Grow?

How Many Plants can Medical Marijuana Patients in Colorado Grow?

Colorado law authorizes a patient who has been issued a Medical Marijuana Registry identification card or his/her primary caregiver to possess:
  1. A maximum of two ounces of usable marijuana.
  2. A maximum of six marijuana plants. Only three or less should be mature flowering plants producing a usable form of marijuana.
Even with protections for medical patients under state law there still exists the possibility for prosecution of patients under federal law as evidenced by several documented cases in the state. The success rate of patients trying to avoid federal prosecution in the courts has been really high providing that patients use the guidelines listed below to reduce their criminal liabilities.

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