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Growing Cannabis in Oklahoma can be a challenge, especially when it comes to Seeds and Clones. Read more about Seeds and Clones 101. Seed-to-Sale (Metrc) OMMA uses Metrc for the statewide seed-to-sale inventory tracking system. All OMMA-licensed businesses must be fully Metrc-compliant. Quick Links Information for Based in Johnston County near Tishomingo, Pink Granite Tish is a 3rd-generation Oklahoma farm and OMMA-licensed grower. Pink Granite Tish, LLC was founded in 2018 within the guidelines of S.Q.

Growing Cannabis in Oklahoma: Seeds and Clones 101

If you are interested in growing your medical marijuana at home in Oklahoma, you’ll need to start with seeds or clones. In this article, we are going to explain the difference between seeds and clones and how to obtain both. If marijuana isn’t legal in your state, we don’t recommend growing cannabis, purchasing seeds, or possessing clones.

Where Do I Get Cannabis Seeds?

You can acquire cannabis seeds in a few ways. If growing is legal in your state (like in Oklahoma), then you may find dispensaries that sell seeds. You can also order from an online seed bank, many of which are located in the UK, Netherlands, or Canada. Some people simply collect the seeds they find in marijuana bud they purchased from the dispensary. This method can lead to less-than-desirable results, though, because you are not always getting mature and consistent genetics in those seeds. Seeds should be used within 16 months of becoming mature or frozen for future use. You’ll find that cannabis seeds are much more expensive than the garden variety plant. You’ll pay anywhere from $10-$15 per seed, typically in packs of 10-20 seeds.

Can I Legally Buy Cannabis Seeds?

Federally it is against the law to purchase seeds in the US. If your state allows you to grow marijuana for medical use, and if you are buying them from a local dispensary, you’re ok. If you are buying your seeds from a seed bank overseas and the seeds are found coming through customs (or on your person), they will be confiscated. Because of the grey area legally for purchasing and possessing seeds in the US, most novice growers opt into buying clones.

Where Can I Get Clones?

If you know someone who grows, you can ask them to cut a clone from one or several of their plants. Some dispensaries in states where cannabis is legal often sell cannabis clones of popular strains, so if you can buy them from a commercial grower, that would be the best option. Clones are perfect for inexperienced growers who are not confident about germinating seeds.

What Strain Should I Get?

If you are growing marijuana for medical use, you should start with finding a strain that is best suited for your symptoms. Many strains that have been around for a long time have been grown by a lot of people, so the amount of knowledge and experience pertaining to popular strain will help you get started.

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Before you obtain seeds or clones, you need to acquire some equipment to grow them into beautiful cannabis plants. In our next article, we will be discussing the basics you’ll need to invest in before starting your journey into cannabis cultivation. And don’t forget, you’ll need to get your Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Recommendation and License first.

Seed-to-Sale (Metrc)

OMMA uses Metrc for the statewide seed-to-sale inventory tracking system. All OMMA-licensed businesses must be fully Metrc-compliant.

Quick Links

  • Information for All Commercial Licensees
  • Information for Dispensaries
  • Getting Started
  • Required and Optional Training
  • Monthly Reporting
  • Zero Inventory
  • FAQs
  • Important Dates
  • Contact OMMA or Metrc
  • Agreed Order (Court Document)
  • NCS Analytics
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  • OMMA-Metrc News and Updates

All Commercial Licensees

EVERY commercial licensee must be fully Metrc-compliant. The deadline for full compliance was May 26.

ALL seeds, plants and products must be tagged and tracked in Metrc, except for dispensaries selling or transferring untagged products (see more in the Dispensaries section below).

Every licensee must be registered with Metrc. The owner or key administrator must have completed the New Business training offered every weekday and on-demand in Metrc Learn.

Once credentialed, licensees log in and access the Support page to find on-demand, self-paced learning modules for additional training.

Dispensaries

Like all commercial licensees, dispensaries must be fully Metrc-compliant. The deadline was May 26.

The deadline to sell or dispose of untagged inventory outside of Metrc was Aug. 24. Use the OMMA Monthly Reporting Template to report untagged sales. The final report, reflecting untagged sales Aug. 1-24, is due Sept. 15.

Getting Started

To begin using Metrc, sign up for training to get credentialed. See more in the Required and Optional Training section below.

Required and Optional Training

Required Training

The owner or key administrator of each commercial license is required to take Metrc’s New Business class to become credentialed in Metrc.

Licensees can use the Metrc scheduler to sign up for New Business training, offered each weekday. The class is also offered on demand through Metrc Learn in your Metrc account.

When you complete the training, reach out to Metrc’s Support team to get credentialed.

Optional Training

Licensees already credentialed in Metrc can take advanced training courses in Metrc Learn and using the Metrc scheduler. Metrc also has has helpful information for licensees in the Metrc Knowledge Center.

Without a Metrc login, you can also watch training videos on its Oklahoma web page and its YouTube channel on the following topics (and many others):

Monthly Reporting

Dispensaries must continue using the OMMA Monthly Reporting Template for any untagged sales and waste disposal through Aug. 24. The final monthly report reflecting untagged activity for Aug. 1-24 is due Sept. 15.

Metrc meets the monthly reporting requirements and the template is no longer necessary for all tagged sales, transports and waste disposal.

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Businesses reporting zero inventory must continue submitting monthly reports using the OMMA Monthly Reporting Template until zero inventory reporting is available in Metrc.

Zero Inventory

Businesses with zero inventory must still be credentialed in Metrc. Until zero inventory reporting is available in Metrc, the business needs to continue submitting monthly reports in the current system.

For a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions, please view this searchable PDF.

How do I get started in Metrc and sign up for training?

The owner or key administrator of each commercial license is required to take Metrc’s New Business class to become credentialed in Metrc.

Licensees can use the Metrc scheduler to sign up for New Business training, offered each weekday. The class is also offered on demand through Metrc Learn in your Metrc account.

When you complete the training, reach out to Metrc’s Support team to get credentialed.

What if I missed the Aug. 24 deadline for untagged dispensary sales and disposal?

What if I missed the July 25 deadline for COAs or testing notes to be added to my Beginning Inventory?

The deadline for testing labs to enter testing results and attach the COA for items in a business’s beginning inventory or for testing information to be added to the notes for those items in a dispensary’s inventory was July 25, 2022. All products transferred from growers and processors should include the testing results and COA in Metrc. All tagged products at a dispensary should already have the testing results and COA in Metrc or include the testing information in the notes section. If any products do not meet these requirements, they must be re-tested, and the testing laboratory must enter the test results and upload the new COA into Metrc. There will be no extension of the July 25 deadline.

What do I do if Metrc can’t verify my license or says it isn’t active?

If Metrc is unable to find your license, request a ticket number from Metrc Support. Then send an email to [email protected] with the licensee’s name, the business name, the business license number and the Metrc ticket number. Our vendors are working on a permanent solution to this problem, but in the meantime, we can help troubleshoot and potentially fix it manually.

Can businesses legally dispose of unsold, untagged products?

The deadline was May 26 for growers and processors to sell or legally dispose of untagged products, or bring them inside Metrc using the beginning inventory process. The deadline was Aug. 24 for dispensaries to sell or legally dispose of untagged products.

Do I still need to be in Metrc if my business is non-operational?

Yes. All commercial licensees are required to be credentialed in Metrc. Businesses reporting zero inventory will need to continue submitting monthly reports in the current system until zero inventory reporting is available in Metrc.

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Do I still have to complete monthly reports for OMMA?

My manifests in Metrc don’t include batch numbers. What do I do?

We are working closely with Metrc to amend the transfer manifest. The revised manifest will be available soon. Until then, commercial licensees can handwrite harvest and production batch numbers on the manifest before transporting medical marijuana product(s) from the originating licensee’s premises. Per OAC 310:381-3-6(g), the manifest may not be altered after that point, except to add printed names, titles and signatures of any personnel accepting delivery on behalf of the receiving licensee, to document the refusal of a medical marijuana or medical marijuana product delivery, or if delivery becomes impossible after leaving the originating licensee’s premises. OMMA commercial licensees shall not accept any incoming transfers until after the shipment, contents and batch numbers have been physically received and verified, the physical manifest has been signed, and all other requirements are met.

How do I enter and submit testing samples in Metrc?

OMMA Chief Science Officer Lee Rhoades explains how to properly enter and submit testing primary testing samples in this YouTube video. It’s important to also submit a reserve sample using the same process — be sure to make the reserve sample a regular package in Metrc, not a test package. Get full details in this bulletin from Metrc.

What happens to businesses that aren’t compliant?

Violations are subject to administrative action. Businesses that aren’t compliant will receive instructions via certified mail and email.

Why is Metrc the seed-to-sale provider for Oklahoma?

Oklahoma requested proposals for a statewide seed-to-sale tracking system provider. A single, statewide provider provides industrywide standardization that makes it more efficient to track activity in the medical marijuana market.

Based in Johnston County near Tishomingo, Pink Granite Tish is a 3rd-generation Oklahoma farm and OMMA-licensed grower.

Pink Granite Tish, LLC was founded in 2018 within the guidelines of S.Q. 788 to cultivate regionally-acclimated seed stock, seedlings, rooted cuttings (clones) and cannabis flower. We have chosen to work with the Humboldt Seed Company because they have the best genetics.

Our mission is to provide #thebestgenetics for Oklahoma’s medical marijuana patients.

Whether you are an OMMA-licensed grower looking for bulk seeds and rooted cuttings or you are an OMMA-licensed dispensary looking for packaged seeds for retail sale at the counter, we have something for you!

Our founders have been farming this ranch since the mid-80’s. We have built successful companies by focusing our energies and attention on detail, perfection and the needs of our customers.

Get in touch with us today to see how we can help!

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