What we know:
The expansion of legal cannabis in the U.S. has ushered in a new era of opportunity for home cultivation, with participation rates higher in fully legal markets (7%) than in medical (5%) or illicit (4%) markets.
Why this matters:
As more states transition to fully legal markets, more adults will take up homegrowing for the first time, and retail spending on supplies could reach nearly $4B by 2030. The scale of the homegrow market’s output underscores the important additive role that residential cultivation plays in the national cannabis supply.