The suspension springs from what the board describes as “a present threat to public health and safety.”
At a recent inspection of the Pahrump facility, agents observed 100 untagged and untracked mature cannabis plants, over 300 immature cannabis plants (clones) not tracked in the state’s see-to-sale tracking system, and “security and other significant deficiencies,” the agency said.
Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board regulations state that mature plants must be tagged and tracked in the seed-to-sale inventory tracking system. And while immature cannabis plants don’t have to be tagged, they must be tracked.
Agents also observed security and other significant deficiencies at the facility.
If Green Cross of America submits a plan of correction and takes all necessary corrective actions for approval within 10 business days the suspension can be lifted.