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Adult-use cultivator license
§ 68. Adult-use cultivator license. 1. An adult-use cultivator's
license shall authorize the acquisition, possession, distribution,
cultivation and sale of cannabis from the licensed premises of the
adult-use cultivator by such licensee to duly licensed processors in
this state. The board may establish regulations allowing licensed
adult-use cultivators to perform certain types of minimal processing
without the need for an adult-use processor license.

2. For purposes of this section, cultivation shall include, but not be
limited to, the agricultural production practices of planting, growing,
cloning, harvesting, drying, curing, grading and trimming of cannabis.

3. A person holding an adult-use cultivator's license may apply for,
and obtain, one processor's license and one distributor's license solely
for the distribution of their own products.

4. A person holding an adult-use cultivator's license may not also
hold a retail dispensary license pursuant to this article and no
adult-use cannabis cultivator shall have a direct or indirect interest,
including by stock ownership, interlocking directors, mortgage or lien,
personal or real property, management agreement, share parent companies
or affiliated organizations, or any other means, in any premises
licensed as an adult-use cannabis retail dispensary or in any business
licensed as an adult-use cannabis retail dispensary or in any registered
organization registered pursuant to article three of this chapter.

5. No person may have a direct or indirect financial or controlling
interest in more than one adult-use cultivator license issued pursuant
to this chapter, provided that one adult-use cultivator license may
authorize adult-use cultivation in more than one location pursuant to
criteria established by the board in regulation.