(1) Cultivators and
Integrated Facilities must enter all transactions into the statewide
seed-to-sale tracking system operated by the AMCC. At a minimum, these
transactions must include the inventory of cannabis plants in the cultivation
facility, the location of the cannabis when it leaves the cultivation facility,
and the documentation showing any plants or cannabis material that were
destroyed and disposed of at the cultivation facility.
(2) Cultivators and Integrated Facilities
must ensure that they can account for all cannabis plants and other materials
that have ever been in the custody or control of the Cultivator or Integrated
Facility, at all times from planting to disposal or from planting to such time
as a medical cannabis product is dispensed through a dispensary or Integrated
Facility dispensary site.
part of its Operations Plan, a Cultivator or Integrated Facility must submit a
plan to show a continuous chain of custody protocol for all cannabis plants and
cannabis material. At a minimum, the chain of custody protocol must ensure that
at any time, no fewer than two employees of the Cultivator or Integrated
Facility are responsible for the location and security of all cannabis plants
or related materials within the custody or control of the Cultivator or
Integrated Facility. As with other operations protocols provided to and
approved by the Commission and the Department, Cultivators and Integrated
Facilities may not alter their chain-of-custody protocols, without first
receiving written permission from the AMCC and the Department.
Ala. Admin. Code r.
Administrative Monthly Volume XL, Issue No. 10, July 29, 2022,
Author: Patrick B. Moody
Code of Ala.