The statute of limitations for the manufacture of controlled substances, which is a federal crime in the United States, is generally five years from the date of the commission of the crime.
According to the Controlled Substances Act, the statute of limitations for such an action is five years after the commission of the offense.
It's important to note that this is a general guideline, and the specific statute of limitations for a particular case of manufacturing controlled substances may vary depending on the circumstances of the case. It's always best to consult with a lawyer or the relevant government agency for specific information on the statute of limitations for a particular case of manufacturing controlled substances.
Also, it's worth mentioning that manufacturing controlled substances is a serious crime and it could result in significant fines and imprisonment. The U.S government has several laws that criminalize the manufacturing of controlled substances, such as the Controlled Substances Act. The U.S Department of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) work closely with state and local partners to investigate and prosecute manufacturing of controlled substances cases under these laws. Additionally, the severity of the crime and the type of drug involved can affect the statute of limitations, for example, manufacturing certain drugs like Methamphetamine or Heroin, carries harsher penalties and longer statute of limitations.