A tracking system for medical cannabis will officially be implemented statewide by the end of April.
The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority said it will use a tracking system called Metrc to track a cannabis plant from when it's planted to when it's sold.
"The other thing that's going to happen is that a grower won’t be able to be able to sell me cannabis unless it's in Metric,” OK4U Approved executive director Chip Paul said.
Paul said this has been a plan for state since the sale of medical cannabis was first approved. He said this will help move the industry forward.
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