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hey when you get a good crop going could i buy a bag?

Marijuana seeds windsor ontario

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Any shops in Windsor Canada that sells marijuana seeds? (Detroit: buy, schools)
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I live in the Detroit area and due to medical reasons I’ll soon be able to
grow pot for my medical condition. Are there any shops in Windor that sells marijuana seeds? Going to Toronto is to far to travel with my condition and ordering seeds is a crap shoot. I really hope someone out
there can help

My gut feeling (I’m not a expert) is because Canada has had basically the same law as we just passed for awhile now , they are pretty strict as well . Federal law says is still illegal to posess , but has vowed not to persue people that have it legally in amounts prescribed by Michigan law . So to have seeds in possesion coming back into the U.S. would probably be chancy and a real gray area .
MARIJUANA AS MEDICINE (Michigan)
Key points of the law, which went into effect:
• Qualified users can possess 2.5 ounces of usable marijuana or grow as many as 12 plants. Designated caregivers can provide that amount to a patient and supply as many as five patients.
• The state compiles a confidential database but will verify to police if an individual is registered.
• Registered users cannot use marijuana while driving; possession is banned in school buses, schools and correctional facilities, and smoking is prohibited on public transportation or public places.
• Employers may prohibit use at work.
This article may shed some light on ” seeds ” , you may have to improvise until your paperwork goes through . You can also google marijuana seeds Windsor Ontario and they have info there as well . Good luck

hey when you get a good crop going could i buy a bag?

haha, just kidding (i don’t smoke). i know the government doesn’t like competition:>

i know lots of people just order seeds via mail.

Marijuana seeds windsor ontario
“They could make the downtown a little more interesting. They could attract a good crowd. But we don’t know enough about it to really say,” he said. Horwitz promotes attracting a more diverse mix of entertainment and retail downtown, but admits this wasn’t exactly what he had in mind. “It’s certainly not the direction we’re going in.”

Downtown Windsor goes to pot with new seed store

Danielle Capin at Seeds for Less on Maiden Lane in Windsor, Ont., displays different strains of cannabis plant seeds, November 22, 2012. (NICK BRANCACCIO/The Windsor Star)

Windsor’s new downtown business sports marijuana leaves on its sign, an oversized poster of a marijuana plant inside and a mural-sized price list for its only product — marijuana seeds.

On Thursday morning, customers walked in, inquired about various strains and were invited to peruse a catalogue. If the store doesn’t have something a customer is looking for, Danielle Capin, a 25-year-old Hamilton, Ont., woman who’s running the store with her brother Joel, said she can get it within a week.

In short, Seeds for Less on Maiden Lane is selling the seeds to grow an illegal drug as openly and casually as Home Depot sells geraniums. How can they do that?

To Capin, the question is amusing. In the greater Toronto area, where her brother owns another location of the store, there are so many other places selling marijuana seeds that nobody bats an eyelash.

“Out there it’s saturated. Everybody’s already doing that,” she said. “Out here it’s something new.”

Capin said the business is not only perfectly legal, it’s not even promoting illegal activity — i.e., growing marijuana for recreational use or sale on the street. She sells the seeds to people with medical marijuana licences or as novelty items, she said.

“In Canada, if you have a licence, you can grow marijuana,” she said. “We’re not trying to promote illegal things.”

But Windsor Police Sgt. Matt D’Asti said the Capins had better take another look at the Controlled Substances Act.

People with licences to grow medical marijuana are supposed to get their seeds from Health Canada, he said. It’s illegal for anyone else to sell seeds capable of sprouting, whether it’s a compassion shop — a store that sells marijuana and seeds for medicinal use — or a drug dealer.

D’Asti said police are consulting with Health Canada and researching the issue. If police decide to pursue the matter and test the seeds to determine whether they’re viable, Seeds for Less could be in trouble.

“Compassion shops have no right to be selling marijuana seeds or products to people with licences,” D’Asti said. “We will be definitely monitoring the store for any criminal activity and, if warranted, charges will be laid.”

As for what neighbouring business think of Seeds for Less, Downtown Windsor BIA president Larry Horwitz was diplomatic.

“They could make the downtown a little more interesting. They could attract a good crowd. But we don’t know enough about it to really say,” he said. Horwitz promotes attracting a more diverse mix of entertainment and retail downtown, but admits this wasn’t exactly what he had in mind. “It’s certainly not the direction we’re going in.”

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