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Consumers and Patients Can Now Purchase Cannabis Seeds in Massachusetts

Seeds added to Marijuana Establishment and Medical Marijuana Treatment Center product offerings, in addition to clones.

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Cannabis plant seeds and clones are now available for sale in Massachusetts, the State’s Cannabis Control Commission announced on Tuesday. The agency defines “clones” as a clipping from a cannabis or marijuana plant that can be rooted and grown.

Licensed adult-use Marijuana Retailers, Marijuana Delivery Operators, and Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers can purchase seeds and clones at wholesale from Marijuana Cultivators and sell them directly to consumers, the regulator said in a statement.

Commission regulations require that they be tracked via the state’s mandatory seed-to-sale tracking system, Metrc. Seeds will be tracked in packages, while clones are tracked as immature plants. Clones are also subject to pesticide screening.

“For the first time ever, Massachusetts residents will now be able to purchase both seeds and clones from licensed retailers and dispensaries that are closely regulated and tracked, said Executive Director Shawn Collins. “Safety is paramount to us at the Commission,”

Up to six clones can be sold to an individual consumer per day, with no limitation on the number of seeds that can be sold. Massachusetts law allows an adult to grow up to six cannabis plants in a home, or up to 12 plants in households with two or more adults.

Patients in the State’s Medical Use of Marijuana Program may grow up to 12 vegetative plants, 12 flowering plants, and possess an unlimited number of seeds.

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