I have a question regarding MMJ in California regarding plant count.
California, local, and federal laws on medical marijuana
Medical use of marijuana/cannibis has been legal since Proposition 215, the “Compassionate Use Act,” passed in 1996 (Cal. Health & Safety (H&S) § 11362.5). In 2003, Senate Bill 420 (Cal. H&S § 11362.7 et. seq.) created a system of optional medical marijuana ID cards (Cal. H&S 11362.71), and established certain quantities of plants and dried marijuana as presumptively legal (these “safe harbor” amounts are 6 mature or 12 immature plants and 8 ounces of dried cannabis). Finally, it established guidelines for collective and cooperative cultivation (dispensaries) (Cal. H&S § 11362.768), and confirmed the rights of local governments to regulate such businesses.
1). Is it against the law to have mature and immature plants in on the same property?
2). If not, ... how does the ratio split, ... Does every immature plant as half a plant?
3). If you can keep mature and immature plant together would (4) mature and (4) immature plants be considered illegal?
Inquiring minds want to know, ...