d) the time of departure, and
e) the purpose of the visit.
11) The visitor log shall be maintained by the cannabis cultivation facility for a minimum of one year.
12) The cannabis cultivation facility shall make visitor log available to the department upon request.
R68-27-7. Inventory Control.
1) Each cannabis plant that reaches eight inches in height with a root ball shall be issued a unique identification number in the inventory control system, which follows the plant through the phases of production.
2) Each cannabis plant, lot of usable cannabis trim, leaves, and other plant matter, test lot, and harvest lot shall be issued a unique identification number in the inventory control system.
3) Unique identification numbers cannot be reused.
4) Each cannabis plant, lot of usable cannabis trim, leaves, and other plant matter, cannabis product, test lot, harvest lot, and process lot that has been issued a unique identification number shall have a physical tag with the unique identification number.
5) The tag shall be legible and placed in a position that can be clearly read and kept free from dirt and debris.
6) The following shall be reconciled in the inventory control system at the close of business each day:
a) movement of seedling or clone to the vegetation production area;
b) when plants are partially or fully harvested or destroyed;
c) when cannabis is being transported to other facilities;
d) samples used for testing and the testing results;
e) a complete inventory of cannabis, cannabis seeds, plant tissue, seedlings, clones, plants, trim or other plant material;
f) the weight of harvested cannabis plants immediately after harvest;
g) the weight and disposal of post-harvest waste materials;
h) the identity of the individual who disposed of the waste and the location of waste receptacle; and
i) theft or loss, or suspected theft or loss, of cannabis.
7) A receiving cannabis cultivation facility shall document in the inventory tracking system any cannabis received, and any differences between the quantity specified in the transport manifest and the quantities received.
8) For plants under eight inches, the cultivation facility shall keep record of:
a) the number of cannabis seeds or cuttings planted;
b) the date they were planted;
c) the date the plants were moved into the vegetation area and tagged;
d) the strain of the seeds or cuttings;
e) the number of plants grown to maturity;
f) the number of plants disposed of; and
g) the date of disposal.
R68-27-8. Cannabis Cultivation Facility Agents.
1) A cannabis cultivation facility shall apply to the department for a cannabis cultivation facility agent registration card on a form provided by the department.
2) An application is not considered complete until the background check has been completed and the facility has paid the fee.
3) The cannabis cultivation facility agent registration card shall contain:
a) the agent's full name;
b) the name of the cannabis cultivation facility;
c) the job title or position of the agent; and
d) a photograph of the agent.
4) A cannabis cultivation facility is responsible to ensure that each cannabis cultivation facility agent has received department approved training pursuant to Section 4-41a-301.
5) A cannabis cultivation facility agent shall have a properly displayed identification badge which has been issued by the department while on the facility premises or while engaged in the transportation of cannabis.
6) Each cannabis cultivation facility agent shall have their state issued identification in their possession to certify the information on their badge is correct.
7) Upon termination, the identification badge of an agent shall be immediately returned to the department by the cannabis cultivation facility.
R68-27-9. Pesticide and Fertilizer Use.
1) A cannabis cultivation facility shall maintain:
a) the material safety data sheet for any pesticide, fertilizer, or other agricultural chemical used in the production of cannabis which shall be accessible to any cannabis cultivation facility agent;
b) the original label or a copy thereof for each pesticide, fertilizer, or other agricultural chemical used in the production of cannabis; and
c) a log of each pesticide, fertilizer, or other agricultural chemical used in the production of cannabis.
2) Pesticides approved by the department may be used in the production, processing, and handling of cannabis.