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Under the new Cannabis Act & Regulations, there are three types of licenses for cannabis cultivators to consider: the Standard Cultivation License, the Micro Cultivation License and the Nursery License. While the Standard Cultivation and Micro-Cultivation licenses allow businesses to cultivate plants, a Nursery License allows for the cultivation of cannabis genetics (seeds and clones).
Cultivation Plan: Cultivation of medical and recreational cannabis in Canada is allowed both indoors and outdoors. A cultivation licence allows the holder to grow cannabis through unspecified means, including hydroponics, aeroponics, aquaponics, vertical planters, and in traditional soil. We help you acquire licenses required to cultivate cannabis. We also assist you in gaining a foundational understanding of the cannabis plant and learning all relevant Canadian cannabis regulations.
Industrial Hemp License: Industrial hemp includes cannabis plants, and parts of the plant of any variety, that contains 0.3 % tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) or less in the leaves and flowering heads. An Industrial Hemp License opens doors for hemp production businesses. Industrial Hemp License Holders may cultivate hemp and make derivatives/products from industrial hemp grain (e.g. for hulled hemp seed, hemp protein powder, hemp seed oil). Contact us to help you acquire an Industrial Hemp License.
Produce dried or fresh cannabis, plants and seeds.
Sell recreational cannabis to consumers over the age of 18.
Trim, cut, dry, extract, manufacture, package, label cannabis products.
Conduct analytical testing for purity, potency, identity.
Sell cannabis as medicine for registered users.
Develop new cannabis products or set up a clinical study.