Which factors are tipping these THC concentrations over the legal limit? The soil? The sun? The strain? Right now, it’s not entirely clear. But one research group at West Virginia University want to change that.
The Colorado Department of Agriculture has once again expanded its list of pesticides approved for use on cannabis crops.
In the fourth part of his series, Rob Thomas examines how processors can reduce the chances of elemental contamination and outlines recent case studies where CBD product recalls were issued due to heavy metal contamination.
Since the start of May this year, the state department has added nine pesticide products to the list, which now exceeds 400 compounds.
The Department of Justice advised the DEA to take full responsibility of marijuana cultivation back in 2018, the memo reveals.
PremierTech and Purplefarm Genetics aim to create an unparalleled standard of cannabis cultivation.
Crop trimmings, discarded extraction chemicals, trashed testing samples, these are the pieces of debris the cannabis industry leaves behind. And if not properly disposed of, their chemical residues could pose serious environmental risks to nearby surroundings. So what can be done?