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'''CRE''' or '''Cannabis Reporting Engine''' or '''Crop Reporting Engine''' is OpenTHC's [[#RBE]] which tracks cannabis through the [[#Cultivation Cycle]], [[#Producer]]'s workflow, the Retail exit, and reports all required metrics to the [[#Regulatory Agency]].
  
 
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Cultivation refers to the process by which [[#Grower]]s plant cannabis, and manage the growing plants to maturity.
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The timeline and workflow associated with planting, growing, and harvesting cannabis.
  
 
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'''Growers''', sometimes called farmers, maintain and harvest cannabis plants through the [[#Cultivation Cycle]], including [[#cultivation]], collection, and curing.
  
 
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A '''Manifest''' refers to the documentation required by many [[#Regulatory Agency]]s to list each [[#Inventory Lot]] and [[#SKU]]
  
 
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A **Processor** licensee handles bulk cannabis material for conversion into other materials. Processors can do several operations to the bulk material such as curing, commodity extraction, and various methods of oil extraction.
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A '''Processor''' licensee handles bulk cannabis material for conversion into other materials. Processors can do several operations to the bulk material such as curing, commodity extraction, and various methods of oil extraction.
  
 
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A **Producer** licensee handles intermediate cannabis material that is being prepared for end-user consumption. Producers normally are attached to the brand that their parent company has developed for them.
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A '''Producer''' licensee handles intermediate cannabis material that is being prepared for end-user consumption. Producers normally are attached to the brand that their parent company has developed for them.
  
 
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An '''RBE''', or '''Regulatory Backend Engine''' is a engine like OpenTHC's [[#CRE]]. They are normally ordered by a [[#Regulatory Agency]] to track cannabis product through the [[#Cultivation Cycle]], [[#Producer]]'s workflow, the Retail exit, and report all upstream metrics.
  
 
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A Regulatory Agency is referred to as any government agency that directly regulates its administrative region's legal cannabis industry.  
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A Regulatory Agency is referred to as any government agency that directly regulates its administrative region's legal cannabis industry, and award licenses to prospective licensees.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 01:50, 4 December 2019

Introduction

This document is intended to be a living glossary of Cannabis industry-specific jargon. The goal of the Jargon File is to reduce the barriers of entry to communicating different components of this industry to people.

Glossary

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CRE

CRE or Cannabis Reporting Engine or Crop Reporting Engine is OpenTHC's #RBE which tracks cannabis through the #Cultivation Cycle, #Producer's workflow, the Retail exit, and reports all required metrics to the #Regulatory Agency.

Cannabis Marketplace

Cultivation

Cultivation refers to the process by which #Growers plant cannabis, and manage the growing plants to maturity.

Cultivation Cycle

The timeline and workflow associated with planting, growing, and harvesting cannabis.

G

Grower

Growers, sometimes called farmers, maintain and harvest cannabis plants through the #Cultivation Cycle, including #cultivation, collection, and curing.

L

Licensee

Licensees are referred to as any natural persons or business entities that possess a cannabis license from a Regulatory Agency that enables them to participate in the cannabis industry in a specific role such as #Production Licensee, retail, or caregiving.

M

Manifest

A Manifest refers to the documentation required by many #Regulatory Agencys to list each #Inventory Lot and #SKU

N

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Processor

A Processor licensee handles bulk cannabis material for conversion into other materials. Processors can do several operations to the bulk material such as curing, commodity extraction, and various methods of oil extraction.

Producer

A Producer licensee handles intermediate cannabis material that is being prepared for end-user consumption. Producers normally are attached to the brand that their parent company has developed for them.

Production Licensee

A Production Licensee is a cannabis license holder that is enabled by their local #Regulatory Agency to perform in at least one role in the cannabis industry as a: #Grower, #Producer, or #Processor.

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RBE

An RBE, or Regulatory Backend Engine is a engine like OpenTHC's #CRE. They are normally ordered by a #Regulatory Agency to track cannabis product through the #Cultivation Cycle, #Producer's workflow, the Retail exit, and report all upstream metrics.

Regulatory Agency

A Regulatory Agency is referred to as any government agency that directly regulates its administrative region's legal cannabis industry, and award licenses to prospective licensees.

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