These are the three forms that states and tribes with approved production plans must complete as part of the U.S. Domestic Hemp Program.
This form requires states and tribes to provide USDA with contact information for each producer or business entity under their plan, a legal description of the land on which hemp is grown by each licensee, and the status of each license. This form tracks any changes to a licensee’s contact information or status in the program. This form is required to be submitted to USDA on the first business day of each month.
This form requires states and tribes to provide USDA with disposal information of cannabis that tested above the acceptable THC level under program regulations. This form would include the producer’s license or authorization number, lot location information, including the geospatial location or other available land descriptor for the production area subject to disposal, method used for disposal, the date when the disposal was completed, and the disposal agent name and organization. The states and tribes are also required to attach the disposition certificate for each disposal that took place during the reporting period. This certificate will have additional information about the disposition. This form is required to be submitted to USDA on the first business day of each month.
The states or tribes will complete this form once a year and include the total acreage planted, harvested and disposed under their jurisdiction. This form is required to be submitted to USDA on December 15th of each year.