The 2018 Farm Bill directed USDA to establish a national regulatory framework for hemp production in the United States.  

USDA published a final rule on January 19, 2021, that provides regulations for the production of hemp in the United States and is effective on March 22, 2021. The final rule builds on the interim final rule published October 31, 2019, that established the U.S. Domestic Hemp Production Program. 

Any laboratory testing hemp for THC concentration under the U.S. Domestic Hemp Production Program must be registered with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to handle controlled substances. The directory below summarizes hemp testing laboratories who are registered with the DEA. This directory is provided for informational purposes only and should not be considered an endorsement or recommendation.

Licensed hemp producers should first verify with their licensing body (State or Tribe) where their hemp may be tested. If you are a DEA registered hemp testing laboratory and would like to be added to this directory, please go to add a listing above. 

For more information about this program visit the USDA website.
 
 
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GAAS Analytical
Tucson, Arizona United States     Distance: 7440.55 KM
Hemp Testing

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Alkemists Pharmaceuticals
Garden Grove, Capellen United States     Distance: 7811.92 KM
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Purelabs Okc
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma United States     Distance: 6645.6 KM
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Product Development Partners LLC.
Tampa, Florida United States     Distance: 5768.08 KM
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Harrens Lab, Inc.
Hayward, Capellen United States     Distance: 7945.46 KM
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SJ Labs And Analytics, LLC.
Macon, Galway City United States     Distance: 5852.01 KM
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Purisys
Athens, Galway City United States     Distance: 5839.4 KM
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S&N Labs, Inc.
Santa Ana, Capellen United States     Distance: 7803.59 KM
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Accuscience Laboratories
Eustis, Florida United States     Distance: 5719.04 KM
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Americanna Laboratories, Inc.
Jacksonville, Florida United States     Distance: 5715.86 KM
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DB Science, LLC.
Fayetteville, Appenzell Ausserrhoden United States     Distance: 6455.8 KM
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ACS Laboratory LLC.
Sun City Center, Florida United States     Distance: 5755.89 KM
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Industrial Laboratories
Wheat Ridge, Cork United States     Distance: 7023.17 KM
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US Pharma, Ltd.
Miami Lakes, Florida United States     Distance: 5619.53 KM
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Waters Agriculture Laboratories, Inc.
Camilla, Galway City United States     Distance: 5880.38 KM
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Biopharmaceutical Research Company
Castroville, Capellen United States     Distance: 7947.16 KM
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Rocky Mountain Instrumental Laboratories, Inc.
Denver, Cork United States     Distance: 7010.91 KM
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Anresco Laboratories
San Francisco, Capellen United States     Distance: 7956.67 KM
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Drug Detection Laboratory
Sacremento, Capellen United States     Distance: 7882.16 KM
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San Diego, Capellen United States     Distance: 7785.54 KM
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