Each state legislates the activities licensees are authorized to perform, and each state has different variations of these activities.
Common license types across many states:
Cultivator: License for growing hemp.
Processor: License to handle and/or manufacture products from hemp.
Hemp Seed: License to grow and/or handle agricultural hemp seed.
Testing: License to test hemp products for chemical content.
License activities that are more specific to unique states:
Retailer: License to sell hemp products to consumers, used primarily in Louisiana.
Distributor: License to wholesale hemp products to retailers; primarily associated with
Arizona and Louisiana.
Marketer: License to market hemp products; used primarily in Washington State.
Research: License authorizes universities and other private firms/farmers to grow hemp for scientific research, but not for resale.
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