This is great info. Thanks! Chewing on all the rules. So 12 oz dried flower and seems very vague on flower in the earlier drying stages. Did I see somewhere that I am supposed to take my extra harvest to my local dispensary for them to “dispose of”. I’d like to stay legal so if I happen to dry out 15 oz in a harvest, what should I do with the extra legally speaking?Here in MO, our current law outlines that once we are approved as cultivators, we are allowed 6 plants in bloom, 6 in veg (above 14 inches) and 6 clones (below 14 inches). The law for possession limits cultivators to 12oz (or "3 months worth") of dried, unprocessed flower or it's equivalent (meaning concentrate; to which the law calls 8g equal to one ounce of flower).
-- How are current growers dealing with compliance issues involving yield? I understand that one plant alone can harvest more than 12oz, let alone 6, especially when grown in ideal conditions like indoor high pressure aero. Does this pigeon hole us into growing crops built for smaller yield? Are we just freezing excess?
--Are there laws outlined for *undried* material such as hanging/curing or frozen live material? I have only seen language involving *dried, unprocessed flower or it's equivalent*
--Are there laws that define when a concentrate becomes "fully processed" ; ergo, are we allowed to take our *dried* flower in excess of 12oz and revert it to a state of undried/unprocessed equivalent until it's in a consumption-ready state like fully purged shatter or if we are mining for diamonds, when do they become processed material and therefore possession?
--We have to sign stating we are willing to be inspected on our paperwork; is this inspection regularly done, if at all, and does anyone have experience with being told they are not up to code? What are the penalties?
Thank you for your answers, I know it was a lot of questions and sorry if I posted in the wrong sub.