Funds will go to purchase a BC Northern Lights closed system ($6250) for two (2) Qualified Patients and their registered Care Giver that can be administered securely under DHSS guidelines from the comfort of their home.
Per our article on Indoor Farming posted at the Concept Library of the MMINAIL to achieve the twelve (12) thirty-day standard allotment of four (4) ounces each designated by the Missouri Dept of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) ...
To cover the cost of the featured BC Northern Lights closed system will require twelve (12) harvests times an expected nine (9) weeks duration for each harvest for a total of one-hundred eight (108) weeks of growing time.
One-hundred Eight (108) weeks divided by fifty-two (52) weeks per year yields a two (2) year and one (1) month breakeven point on the initial investment of $6250 for a BC Northern Lights closed system given the estimated market value of $560 per standard allotment not counting the time-value of money, of course.
The BC Northern Lights closed system featured in this analysis will accommodate a maximum of two Qualified Patients (QPs) and one registered Care Provider (Care Giver) at the rate of six (6) flowering plants each.
Please note the above breakeven point is based on a single QP with carryforward allowance of (90) days supply as allowed by the DHSS.
See our article titled Possession Limits for more information.
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