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Grower, Processor & Dealer Permits for the Hemp/Cannabis Industry

Prior to March 21, 2019, hemp could only be grown in Virginia under a strict regulatory scheme that excluded many would-be growers. Amendments to the Virginia Industrial Hemp Law now allow for the commercial production of this crop. In order to be able to legally possess hemp seeds, flowers, leaves, or plants in this state, you must register as an industrial grower, processor, or dealer or as an agent of someone who has registered.

Reach out to a Roanoke permitting lawyer at (540) 401-5564 or through our online request form today.

If you need legal assistance with registering for any of the above permits, Virginia Hemp Lawyers offers comprehensive legal help. Our firm focuses entirely on legal issues pertaining to hemp and the hemp industry. This unique and concentrated focus has given us valuable knowledge and experience. Furthermore, our firm stays up-to-date with the ever-changing legal landscape involving hemp and cannabis.

How to Get a Cannabis License in Virginia

To get a cannabis license in Virginia, you need to submit an application for a Pharmaceutical Processor license to the Board of Pharmacy. You will pay an initial application fee of $10,000 at the time of the application submission. Once your permit is issued, you will pay a permit fee of $60,000.

Grower, processor, and dealer permits in Virginia are issued on an annual basis and must be renewed. For renewing your permit annually, you would pay a fee of $10,000.

Virginia Code defines each type of industrial registrant as follows:

  • A grower is anyone who plans to plant, cultivate, or harvest
  • A processor is anyone who plants to convert hemp into a product
  • A dealer is anyone who plans to buy, process, or sell hemp in accordance with state or federal law

Products are those that contain industrial hemp, such as rope, oil, extracts, food or their additives, cosmetics, building supplies, animal feed or bedding, and more.

Under state law, your hemp may be sampled and tested for THC levels. THC concentration levels must not exceed 5% on a dry weight basis or you will be required to destroy it. Oil must be a minimum of 15% CBD or 15% THCA-A.

At Virginia Hemp Lawyers, we can help you with ensuring your business is legally compliant with current and future hemp and cannabis laws. Because of our dedication to understanding cannabis law, we are fully prepared to assist you with all aspects of cannabis licensing in Virginia.

Connect with our office today at (540) 401-5564.

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Virginia Hemp Lawyers is here to provide the guidance you need with all of your hemp-related business concerns. Our firm offers comprehensive legal assistance to growers, processors, and dealers across the state of Virginia.

How Can We Help you?

  • We Are The only Virginia Hemp Lawyers

    The Virginia Hemp Lawyers is the first firm in Virginia that specializes in the hemp and cannabis business. With 20 years of legal experience in criminal and business law, we can provide the legal guidance you need.

  • We Have Experience

    Attorney Tyson Daniel has formed several of his own companies and knows what it takes to run a successful business. He is well known in the cannabis industry and is Vice President of Cannabizva.

  • We Understand The Cannabis Business

    As a business owner, we understand that your inventory is the main blood line of your business. We will make sure that you are legally compliant to sustain basic business operations.

  • We Think About Your Business

    Our experience can help up avoid any setbacks. Through experience, we are able to anticipate when set backs will arise and how to best handle them.

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