Key Information Required for Monthly OMMA Reports
Hi, this is Oklahoma Cannabis Business Attorney Jesse Kovacs. And today we’re going to be asking, if I’m a grower, what is the information that I need to provide to OMMA in my monthly reports?
Now, as you may know, by the 15th of every month for the preceding month, you need to submit a monthly report to OMMA in order to stay in compliance. Now, the report for a grower should include your amount harvested in pounds, your amount purchased in pounds, and your amount sold or transferred in pounds, as well as your amount waste in pounds. You should also include your amount dried or drying marijuana on hand, and also your total sales numbers in dollars.
Now, if you cannot account for some of the products, some of the medical marijuana product that you’ve had coming through, for example, if your purchased plus harvested amounts is greater than what you can account for in your sales and present inventory, then you’re going to need to give OMMA a detailed explanation for why that is.
Including Information through the Metric Inventory Seed Sale Tracking System
Finally, it is easier to comply with these requirements simply by inputting this information through the metric inventory seed sale tracking system. This system helps you keep track of your inventory, sales, and purchases, making it easier to provide accurate and detailed reports to OMMA. By using this system, you can ensure that your monthly reports are complete and in line with OMMA’s expectations.
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