Kan. Admin. Regs. § 4-34-25 - Effective disposal; violations

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

(a) Each plant or plant part deemed to be in violation of the act for any reason, including containing a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration greater than 0.3 percent on a dry-weight basis shall, by order of the secretary, be subject to effective disposal.
(b) If required pursuant to federal law, all plants or plant parts that require effective disposal shall be destroyed or disposed of as required by the controlled substances act, 21 U.S.C. 801 et seq., and in compliance with requirements of the United States drug enforcement agency.
(c) If allowed pursuant to federal law, each licensee shall conduct effective disposal at the licensee's expense within 10 days of notice. Each licensee shall effectively dispose of all volunteer plants within and adjacent to the licensed growing area during the current license year and for at least three years after the last date of planting. Each licensee shall allow representatives of the secretary to be present during the effective disposal of plants or plant parts, or proof of the effective disposal may be required by the secretary. Each licensee who conducts effective disposal shall, within 14 days of conducting the effective disposal, report the number of acres effectively disposed of to the department. A licensee who conducts effective disposal shall not be eligible for a refund of any fees paid, the cost of effective disposal, or the value of the crop.
(d) Each licensee whose plants are effectively disposed of shall be responsible for reimbursing any law enforcement agency whose officers or agents are required to participate in or be present during the effective disposal for all of the law enforcement agency's costs associated with the effective disposal.
(e) Failure of a licensee to conduct effective disposal as required by the secretary within 10 days shall result in the secretary's conducting effective disposal at the expense of the licensee, unless an extension is granted by the secretary.
(f) A licensee's failure to conduct effective disposal as required by the secretary, failure to reimburse the secretary for any costs incurred as a result of the secretary's conducting effective disposal, or failure to reimburse any law enforcement agency for any costs associated with effective disposal shall be grounds for denial of any future hemp producer license application.
(g) Each licensee who violates the act with a culpable mental state of negligence shall be subject to a corrective action plan as specified in K.A.R. 4-34-29 and reported to the appropriate state or local law enforcement agency. Each licensee who violates the act with a culpable mental state greater than negligence shall be reported to the United States attorney's office and the Kansas attorney general's office, in addition to the appropriate state or local law enforcement agency.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 4-34-25
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 2019 Supp. 2-3906; adopted by Kansas Register Volume 39, No. 52; effective January 8, 2021.

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