Nail plants were grown in the state in the 1800s and 1860s. 

They were used as nail varnishes and were popular with women. 

 “Missouri, like Colorado and other states, has a lot of cannabis grown in it.

They’ve been around for centuries, and the people have always been good stewards of the land,” said Bob Oster, who manages the Colorado-based marijuana cultivation company, Growlabs. 

“So there are some good things about the plants, and I think the best part is, they’re still growing, they still have a lot going for them.” 

Oster says there is a lot to love about marijuana, especially in the early stages. 

He says there’s no THC in the plant, meaning there’s less THC in a joint than there is in a cigarette. 

The buds are dried and then wrapped in wax, and then stored in a humidor for about two weeks. 

But if you’re looking to get a little high, you might want to wait a bit longer. 

Osters says the plant is illegal in most states but legal in Missouri, including for personal use. 

In Colorado, it’s legal for adults 21 and older to grow up to six plants. 

Colorado has a number of marijuana regulations. 

For example, a growing operation can’t sell or buy marijuana, only cultivate it, and it can’t be sold to anyone under the age of 21. 

A growing operation must also keep a log of the plants it grows and how much of the plant they grow each year. 

This is important because when a growing facility is raided by the DEA, the plant can be forfeited and the owners will not be able to sell or purchase the marijuana. 

You can also grow your own, but that’s not a safe option, because marijuana has no THC, according to the DEA. 

Growlabs is one of the few businesses that are growing marijuana in Missouri and Colorado, and Oster says that is why the company has been able to survive. 

His company grew marijuana in Montana and Oklahoma, but has had to close shop in Missouri. 

There’s a lot that can go wrong in growing marijuana, he said. 

Marijuana plants can grow up in Colorado. 

At least six to 10 inches of plant can grow from a single plant. 

If it’s dried, the buds are stored in an airtight container for three weeks.

Once the buds have dried, they are then wrapped with wax and stored in humidor until the plant matures. 

Some people grow their own marijuana.

Oster said there are other ways to grow marijuana, like using plants grown in Colorado or Minnesota, but he doesn’t recommend it. 

I think you should be able as long as you don’t get busted, because it’s not worth it,” he said, adding that marijuana growers don’t have to be doctors to work. 

As for Colorado, Oster has no complaints about the law. 

We’re seeing a lot more growth in Colorado than in any other state,” he says. 

It’s the best place to start in Colorado because it has a huge variety of strains, Oester says.

The state also has one of those new marijuana laws called Amendment 64, which allows adults to possess up to two ounces of marijuana and marijuana products. 

That law allows adults over the age 18 to grow, possess, and distribute marijuana for personal, medicinal, and educational purposes. 

Both Oster and the state’s marijuana commission are working on amendments to the law to make it more effective, but it hasn’t been finalized yet. 

Missouri and Colorado are the only two states that have a statewide legalization of recreational marijuana.

In Colorado and Missouri, recreational marijuana is legal for anyone 21 and over. 

When the law went into effect, it had a lot less regulation than in Colorado, but Oster is not worried. 

While the state has been hit with a lot and is not where it wants to be right now, he says he is not concerned about the legalization of marijuana.

He says that there are a lot potential problems with legalization, but the main problem he has is with the laws in place. 

Despite the legalization laws in the two states, there are still a lot obstacles in the way of marijuana in the states. 

More than 70 percent of Missouri residents live in rural areas, according the Missouri Department of Health. 

According to the latest U.S. Census, there were only about 6,000 adults over 18 in the entire state of Missouri in 2015. 

Most of those adults live in the St. Louis area, which is the same area that produces more than one-third of the marijuana produced in the United States. 

And while there are marijuana cultivators who live in Missouri cities, most of them work from home, Osters says.

“If you live in a