Dear Pot Lawyer,
What can I do with all my homegrown cannabis?
We’ve heard anecdotal reports that even non-users are trying their hand at home grows, but are finding that their plants are producing far more cannabis than expected. With the recent industry focus on oversupply in the recreational regime, it makes sense to take a look at an often underexplored source of cannabis in Oregon.
All Oregonians over the age of 21 can grow up to four plants per residence (not per person). If you have a green thumb, you might end up with quite a bit of cannabis—more than you and your housemates can reasonably consume. What can you do with the rest? Here’s the bad news: You can’t sell it. Oregon law prohibits the sale of any cannabis to the public except through OLCC-licensed retailers.
Click to read the entire post on The Portland Mercury.