Proposition 64 Opens Up New Market
SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 15, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — San Marcos, California based company, Geranium Street USA is developing privacy pods for backyard marijuana growers in California following the historic passage of proposition 64. California voters approved the passage of Proposition 64 on November 8th, which allows recreation use of marijuana in the state. Certain parts of the law will not go into effect until 2018, but California residents can begin growing up to six marijuana plants for personal use effective immediately.
Medical marijuana has been legal in California for over a decade, Those people holding a medical marijuana card could legally grow marijuana plants for their personal use, but that amounts to a fraction of the people who qualify to do it now. Millions of adults in California can now legally grow marijuana in their backyards, on their balconies, or inside their homes for their own personal use.
Some of the provisions in the law are still vague. Local governments have much leeway on how the law is enforced. Municipalities may ban dispensaries all together, but they must allow individuals to grow up to six plants for their personal use. Local governments can also limit personal marijuana cultivation to indoor only, but some locations will allow growers to plant outdoors, as long as the plants are out of sight.
Facts About Proposition 64
California residents 21 years and older may possess and transport up to one ounce of marijuana for personal use
Individuals may grow up to six plants for their own personal use
Municipalities can limit many aspects of the law
Decriminalizes most marijuana use in California
Favors small producers and growers
Geranium Street USA is now developing grow pods and fence extensions for legal pot growers in California. The weather in California is perfect for marijuana cultivation and outdoor growing is much less expensive than indoor growing. Privacy is the problem, however. The law says that marijuana plants must be hidden from view, but also marijuana plants may attract thieves.
In many cases, fence extensions solve the privacy problem. Geranium Street USA installs fence extensions that add up to four feet to an existing fence or block wall. Artificial boxwood hedge fence extensions look great and keep prying eyes out. The grow pods in development will allow marijuana plants to grow over six feet tall in a cage camouflaged with artificial ivy and vines.
“We anticipate much interest in our grow pods and fence extensions,” said Geranium Street president, Bob Smith. For more information, visit their website, or call sales manager Martin Portilla at (760) 891-6492.
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Source: EIN Presswire