|(a) The laboratory shall send the test results electronically
to the Department and license holder no later than the fourteenth
(14th) business day from the sample collection date.
(b) The total delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration
level shall be determined and reported on a dry weight basis. Additionally,
measurement of uncertainty (MU) must be estimated and reported with
the test results.
(c) Any sample test result showing with at least 95%
confidence that the THC content of the sample exceeds the acceptable
hemp THC level shall be conclusive evidence that one or more cannabis
plants or plant products from the lot represented by the sample contain
a THC concentration in excess of that allowed. If the results of a
test conclude that the THC levels of a sample conclusively exceeds
the acceptable hemp THC level, the laboratory will promptly notify
the producer and the Department or its authorized agent.