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Cannabis Testing

Cannabis Labs in Washington Will Soon Be Required to Test For Pesticides

Cannabis testing labs in Washington will soon be required to test for pesticides.

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Waste Stream Management for Cannabis Operations

Cannabis companies produce their fair share of waste, and operators must dispose of it accordingly. But what does that involve? Analytical Cannabis spoke with Dr Susan Audino to find out.

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SC Labs Joins Agricor and Botanacor

The California-based SC Labs has “joined forces” with the Colorado-based Agricor and Botanacor Laboratories.

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Pennsylvania Regulator Recalls Hundreds of Cannabis Vapes

The vape products are to be removed because they contain ingredients “not approved for inhalation” by the FDA, according to the state Department of Health.

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Cannabis Vapor Testing Expected to Begin Imminently in Colorado

Kaycha Labs tells Analytical Cannabis that its vapor testing method is on the verge of being certified by the state.

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Testing Cannabis Competitively: A Conversation with the Emerald Cup’s Lab Partner, SC Labs

To learn more about what it means for cannabis labs to partner with competitive cannabis events, and just how involved they are in the judging process, Analytical Cannabis caught up with SC Labs co-founders Jeff Gray and Josh Wurzer.

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Techniques for THC Remediation

As the commercial CBD market has exploded in popularity, THC remediation has become a similarly exciting field for processors to explore. But how is it done?

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Californian Regulator Recalls Cannabis Flower Due to Mold Contamination

A batch of dried cannabis flower has been recalled by California’s Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) after it was found to be contaminated with Aspergillus niger.

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Most Cannabis Consumers Are Confident to Drive When They’re Most Intoxicated, Study Finds

Many cannabis-high drivers consider themselves safe to drive when they’re actually at their most impaired, according to a new study.

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