Discussion in 'Massachusetts Patients' started by ILM, Jul 4, 2017.
Would it be ok to trade or donate clones from one adult cannabis grower to the next
where are you i live in springfield
if you comedown to springfield let me know
do you have massroots
I'm in Springfield every Wed. & have family down in Attleboro. Down there at least once a month.(that new brewery by Tex Barry's is nice btw)
whats a massroots?
The law says you can donate up to 1 oz of cannabis to any adult (over 21). So since a clone contains cannabis, yes. As long as the weight of the leaves and flowers doesn't exceed 1 oz (stalk, root, dirt and stems aren't counted), and you don't have more plants than the law allows; you can have up to six plants (12 if there are two or more growers in your home).
It doesn't mention clones or seeds. It doesn't distinguish between flowering plants and seedlings.
So it is a grey area, but as long as you don't go crazy by carrying around a tray of 50 clones or selling them, you "should" be ok.
massroots its an app that connects people that smoke grow ect
when want to get new genetics ill go there and trade clones you can get oil flower hash local with that app
Yea massroots is pretty cool and worth taking a look at. Its kinda like an Instagram for stoners lol. And you can connect to people in your area who smoke, grow etc.
Anyone out there in the attleboro area interested in trading cuts I got a few gems I'm looking for gg4 particularly but always looking for new things so if you got cuts and interested in looking to trade and try new strains hit me up...I'm not trying to sell or buy so ....but more than willing to trade .if this violates rules my bad....hit the dm
Got lots of stuff .hard to find stuff..trades??? Hit me up
I don't have any thing yet, cause I'm trying my first grow on an autoflower in hydro, but I am planning on starting some Blueberry Kush soil/outdoor soon. Not sure if that is of any interest to you. I'm about 15 miles north of you.
I have clones of cookie pebbles and dosidos
Dosidos .got any pics in flower?
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