Upcoming legislation of marijuana laws in Canada will greatly differ from laws that currently exist. As part of the changes, rules for growing marijuana in Canada will allow for more people to do so at home.
As of recently, the Liberals announced that marijuana will be legalized by July 1, 2018. This means there are even bigger changes on the horizon that will impact our ability to operate as growers within Canada. Within provinces themselves, politicians will have the right to decide how marijuana is distributed and sold – but that’s just the beginning.
The federal government will take control over Canada’s cannabis supply, i.e. how it’s available to other people and how it’s sold. As well, it will be able to set the price for it.
One of the biggest decisions made regarding the legalization of marijuana is that households will be allowed to grow four plants each. That means that tools like that of CenturionPro can aid growers in harvesting their own marijuana successfully – one amazing milestone within the context of marijuana legalization. CenturionPro carries some of the best quality home bud trimmers & Commercial Bud Trimmers on the market, allowing growers to produce bigger and better harvests than ever before.
As it is, Canadian medical marijuana patients can grow their own cannabis or get someone to grow it for them under expanded rules that came into effect as of 2016 - as long as they haven’t been convicted of a drug offence. In order for this to happen, they must register their name with Health Canada and be approved first.
Anyone who’s looking to home grow marijuana as well as anyone who already is can benefit from high-quality trimmers that minimize maintenance time with D2 steel blades and high-performance hoppers – like that of Centurion Pro’s advanced trimmers that are currently being sold worldwide.
CenturionPro, a company that sells excellent bud trimmers, currently offers The CenturionPro Mini, The Original CenturionPro, The Silver Bullet, and The Gladiator – all of which have revolutionized the way cannabis growers harvest theirs, allowing them to produce better results with less effort.
So for anyone who wants to see their own harvest succeed, Canada’s new marijuana legislation will help to make this happen by July 2018 – as an added plus, buying advanced trimmers can help them get the job done right, sooner.