- Doing Business
- Commercial Cannabis Permitting
- License Types
License Types PERMITTED
“Manufacturing” or manufacturing operation” means all aspects of the extraction and/or infusion processes, including
- Storing; and
- Labeling of cannabis products
For extractions using mechanical methods or nonvolatile solvents as defined by the MAURCSA. A licensee may also conduct infusion operations, or packaging and labeling of its own cannabis products on the licensed premises.
For extractions using volatile solvents as defined by MAUCRSA. Licensees may also conduct extractions using nonvolatile solvents or mechanical methods on the licensed premises provided that the extraction process is noted on the application. Licensees may also conduct infusion operations on the licensed premises, provided that the infusion method is noted on the application in addition to packaging and labeling of its own cannabis products.
Indoor Cultivation Defined
“Cultivation” means any activity involving the:
- Trimming of cannabis
"Nursery" means all activities associated with producing clones, immature plants, seeds, and other agricultural products used specifically for the propagation and cultivation of cannabis.
The distributor licensee is responsible for ensuring that all cannabis and cannabis products are tested by a licensed testing laboratory prior to distribution to a retailer. Distributors must store cannabis and cannabis products during the testing process. Distributors may also package and label cannabis. Distributors may also store cannabis and cannabis products and act as wholesalers. Distributor license holders may also transport cannabis.
Testing laboratories will be required to test cannabis and cannabis products for various specific compounds and contaminants, at specified levels and using specific procedures. Testing laboratory licensees may not hold any other type of cannabis business license.
A microbusiness license allows a licensee to engage in:
- Cultivation of cannabis on an area less than 10,000 square feet.
- Act as a licensed distributor; and
- Manufacturer (non-volatile).
In order to hold a microbusiness license, a licensee must engage in all three (3) listed commercial cannabis activities on the same premise.