Washington The LCB provides a central list for resources here: https://lcb.wa.gov/laws/labeling-resources and the law is defined in WAC 314-55-105. The State provides two symbols that must be used: Symbol: And California Here: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CEH/DFDCS/MCSB/Pages/PackagingandLabelingFAQs.aspx Resources for Licenses: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CEH/DFDCS/MCSB/Pages/ResourcesforLicensees.aspx Universal Symbol: Colorado The CDPHE has adopted this icon Documented here: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/sites/default/files/IB%2018-04%20Universal%20Symbol%20Rules.pdf https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/marijuana/responsible-use Symbol: Retail: Nevada Laws are here: https://www.leg.state.nv.us/nac/nac-453a.html Specifications here: https://tax.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/taxnvgov/Content/Meetings/Packaging%20and%20Labeling%20of%20Marijuana%20and%20Marijuana%20Products%20and%20Advertising%20v.%203.pdf Symbol: None Oregon State provided guidance here: https://www.

Today (Thanksgiving) one of our applications WeedTraQR was negatively impacted by some configuration issues in CloudFlare. Starting on the evening of the 21st some of our requests into the MJ Freeway system in Washington State (LeafData) started failing. The error response we were getting (from CloudFlare) was this: The owner of this website (traceability.lcb.wa.gov) has banned the country or region your IP address is in (JP) from accessing this website.

Having a tight integration with your scale is an important component of your cannabis business process. For both harvesting and packaging connecting the scales directly to the software increases accuracy and efficiency. Larger scales on harvesting allows for faster entry for both large batch and individual plant harvest processes. Multiple smaller packaging scales can be connected for a continuous weight feed with reports for production volume. Calibration and Servicing Your cannabis business may be subject to rules imposed by general state regulations regarding weights and measures that are outside and independent of the cannabis regulations, such as one of these agencies.

The Raspberry Pi, with is large set of GPIO options is a great platform to build environmental monitoring and control hardware. An hundreds sensors, controls and scores of existing software libraries greatly simplify the process of building your own. We’ve put together some instructions and some software to help get started.

OpenTHC is building hardware and software technology for the future of horticulture computing. Many times these processes are referred to as Seed-to-Sale or Track-and-Trace. And for high value crops, technology can offer more than simple regulatory compliance solutions. We’ve got some grand plans Data Integrity: common models, json-schema. Data Interfaces: working with State APIs and creating common interfaces. Directory Services: so that companies in this space can find each other.