Hemp Applications and Harvest Reports


Contact Hemp Program

    Program Information

    There are multiple forms associated with Nevada Department of Agriculture's (NDA) Hemp Program. With the implementation of Nevada Senate Bill 396, the NDA is responsible for registering growers, seed producers, and handlers. There is a separate application for each category of licensure. These are as follows:

      2021 Hemp Grower Application

      You will need to file a grower’s application if you intend to grow hemp with the intent to harvest the crop for biomass. Harvesting viable seed for distribution/replication will require an additional licensure.

      2021 Hemp Seed Producer Application

      You will need to file a seed producer application if you intend on growing hemp to produce viable seed for resale/distribution.

      You must be licensed as an hemp grower prior to being issued a seed production license.

      2021 Hemp Handler's Application

      You will need to file a handler’s application if you intend on receiving hemp for processing into commodities, products or agricultural hemp seed.

      Examples of categories that would require a handling license: Seed conditioning, textile manufacturing, oil extraction, cosmetics, food products, animal products, etc.

      Hemp Harvest Report

      A harvest report is used by an active grower/seed producer and must be submitted to the Department of Agriculture 15 days prior to crop/seed harvest.

      Complete forms can be mailed to the following address:

      Nevada Department of Agriculture
      Attn: Hemp Program
      405 S. 21st Street
      Sparks, NV 89431

      Forms can be scanned and emailed to ablondfield@agri.nv.gov.