As of February 24, 2015, adult Residence in Alaska are able to grow up to 6 mature plants and 6 immature plants per household.

AS 17.38.020 specifies it will be lawful; “not more than 12 marijuana plants, with six or fewer being mature, flowering plants, may be present in a single dwelling regardless of the number of persons 21 years of age or older residing in the dwelling.” The Marijuana Control Board has clarified through definitions that personal grows and assisting cannot be used to circumvent licensure requirements. See 3 AAC 306.990.

For a list of rules and regulations on Alaska Cultivation, CLICK HERE

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