StardustGreen
I can't seem to find the answer to this question anywhere.  

Are there any regulations on where indoor growing can occur?  I intend on applying for a license. I was wondering if anyone would happen to know if growing in an apartment (enclosed and temperature regulated; with landlord permission) is something that is filtered in the licensing process.  If I were to apply, what would the chances be of getting licensed?
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Skywalkerk20
Nope let it rip bro  , here’s my indoor hemp grow 66DCFD3F-ADD3-4696-B8CC-3FDAC0F44914.jpeg 
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StardustGreen
Wow, that's great.  Is this in an apartment or house?
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Skywalkerk20
My house  I’ve got , t1 , sweetened & Franklin all high cbd hemp
strains 18222497-C7A3-44A5-932D-019EA1806028.jpeg  02BC9807-8865-4CF9-B1CD-BFF64861CC53.jpeg  C6D08479-17D4-40EF-B619-97A30FA092D1.jpeg  6C68D365-F2E6-414B-BCCC-1463E8F7DD90.jpeg 
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StardustGreen
Those plants look incredible.  I guess my concern is whether or not the TDA sees apartments as a suitable indoor environment.
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Skywalkerk20
Ooooo yea that may be a problem. I wouldn’t do that to a apartment complex. Theses girls get stinky come week 9 & 10 
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StardustGreen
Ah okay gotcha.  How loud is the smell from 1 or 2 plants? That's about all I would do until my wife and I buy soon.
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Skywalkerk20
It wouldn’t be bad with a couple of small plants , but on the license application you need a sign off from the property owner. That may get tricky with a apartment. Not to mention safety first. Good luck on your grow 
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StardustGreen
I just got off the phone with TDA's Plant Certification department and they said that there aren't any restrictions.  As far as the state is concerned they don't care whether or not you have permission from the property owners, but they also said that it is good practice to keep an open communication with the landlord, letting them know that I intend to grow.
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Skywalkerk20
There ya go !! So what ya waiting for !! Get to growing 
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