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Renewal Fee: $75,000 (Non-Refundable)

Application Fees:

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Initial Application Fee: $25,000 (Non-Refundable)

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Registration Fee: $75,000 (Non-Refundable)

Medical Marijuana Producer License

Important Notice to All Persons Providing Material in Support of License Applicants

All materials that are in support of a potential applicant for a Medical Marijuana Producer or Dispensary Facility License must comply with all requirements set forth in the Request for Applications. The Department has established an application process that is transparent, unbiased, and follows a set process. Supportive material may only be submitted with the application. Applications and supporting material must be hand-delivered in accordance with the instructions in the Request for Applications, together with a $25,000 application fee. Any material received outside the application process will not be considered part of the application. Failure to abide by the RFA process could result in disqualification of an applicant.

Weed growing license

document and use multiple tools (such as maps) and resources to ensure compliance with this requirement. Applicants with questions about schools near their location may want to contact the local school district. Please reference the document and use multiple tools (such as maps) and resources to ensure compliance with this requirement. Applicants with questions about schools near their location may want to contact the local school district. Please reference the Proof of Distance from a School document for more information.

The OMMA must be able to verify the documentation provided by the dispensary. Officials use satellite measuring tools to verify the specific distance from the closest point of the dispensary’s property line to the closest entrance of any school. Applicants are encouraged to review the Proof of Distance from a School

New requirements starting August 30, 2019:

Process to submit alternative Certificate of Compliance From:

Frequently Asked Questions

"Processor" or "Commercial Processor" means an individual or entity that has been issued a medical marijuana business license by the Department, which allows the processor to: purchase medical marijuana or medical marijuana products from a grower or processor; process, package, sell, transfer, and transport or contract with a commercial transporter to transport medical marijuana and medical marijuana products that they processed to a licensed dispensary, processor, or testing laboratory in accordance with Oklahoma law and this Chapter; and process medical marijuana received from a licensed patient into a medical marijuana concentrate, for a fee. Processors will receive either a hazardous processor license or a non-hazardous processor license based on the type of chemicals the processor will be utilizing in the extraction process in accordance with these Rules.

Pesticide use is enforced by DPR and county agricultural commissioners. Contact your county agricultural commissioner if you have questions about pesticides.

You can use pesticides on cannabis plants if they meet guidelines set by the Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR). DPR has resources about:

Cultivation licenses

There are different licenses if you:

Use of pesticides

CDFW and Water Board rules prevent: