The problem is that big, fat "OR" between the two, and I'm not talking about Oregon.
What if you have 4 flowering plants, and 8 vegetative?
3 flowering, 5 vegetative?
6 flowering, 6 vegetative?
The lettering of the law is not specific to these differences. And, there is a huge difference.
So, what's really the actual policy?
I ask because I have 10 vegetative clones and small plants, and will start flowering 4 within the next few weeks. That leaves me 6 plants that will stay in vegetative growth, that I will prune, to keep small (I have a seperate grow tent for keeping vegetative plants small, with a fluorescent light), so that I can start them after the 4 flowering are harvested. I would also like to clone a few of my best plants. This would keep me within the plant limit of 12, but if 4 are flowering, and 8 are vegetative, then what exactly IS the law regarding my situation?
I won't break the law, and want to mind my own business, otherwise I'd call the local leo myself, if I didn't mistrust them to begin with.
Edited by SantaMonicaMtns, 18 February 2012 - 07:32 PM.