There are already some states that allow no need to track cannabis inventories through systema. However, some states in the U.S. still require sellers to use seed-to-sale software to grow and sell marijuana legally. The three most popular providers are M.J. Freeway, BioTrackTHC, and Metrc.
M.J. Freeway is a leaf data system to track and report marijuana. It’s required in Washington and Pennsylvania.
The BioTrackTHC system is a hemp and cannabis traceability and report system. It’s widely used in Arkansas, Hawaii, Delaware, Illinois, New Hampshire, North Dakota, New York, and New Mexico.
Metrc stands for Marijuana Enforcement Tracking Reporting Compliance. It’s a standard and legal provider of seed tracking software for sale. States requiring Metrc include Alaska, Colorado, California, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Missouri, Nevada, Oregon, Ohio, and Washington D.C.