After 2 – 3 weeks, our teens grow to become 8″ to 18″ tall under MH lamps.
Each new tray is labeled with a date and monitored until roots emerge and randomly selected clones pass a light “tug test”.
Our simple method ensures patients receive Oregon clones with a well established root system.
To avoid dehydration and nutrient deficiency, mature weed teens are transplanted into a larger growing mediums, i.e. coco & soil containers or hydrotin pots.
Weed clones that develop an exposed, excessive root structure require additional water & nutrients.
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The Oregon Health Authority oversees all licensing and regulatory oversight of the OMMP.
Federal law makes it illegal to bring cannabis purchased in another state to Oregon, or to travel with cannabis purchased in Oregon to another state, including the neighboring adult-use states of California, Nevada, and Washington.
Yes, adults 21 and older in Oregon are allowed to possess and use recreational cannabis, which can be purchased from a marijuana dispensary or shop. Adult-use cannabis has been legal in the state since 2014, while Oregon voters allowed medical marijuana in 1998.
The OLCC controls all licensing and regulation of Oregon recreational weed laws , while the Oregon Health Authority oversees all licensing and regulatory oversight of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP).
Patients and their caregivers may possess up to:
In 2015, the OHA assembled a work group to develop guidelines for doctors seeking to recommend medical marijuana to patients, including a complete patient evaluation detailing information such as past and present treatment and any issues with substance abuse, as well as a physical examination and comprehensive treatment plan with includes informed consent in writing. The workgroup also suggests doctors should complete at least three hours of continuing medical education associated with medical cannabis.
Patients may designate a caregiver on their medical card application.
Testing is required for:
New Oregon weed laws have gone into effect to address regulation issues in the marketplace, from curbing illegal marijuana sales to keeping cannabis accessible to those who need it. In December 2018, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC), which regulates the state’s marijuana market, tightened its rules and is allowed to deny licenses who don’t complete their renewals on time, as well as for applicants with “unauthorized interest in a licensed business.”
View the marijuana laws & regulations for Oregon.