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Some products used in marijuana production fail to list pesticides

Some products used in marijuana production fail to list pesticides

June 30, 2016 | Hector Castro

Inspectors with WSDA’s pesticide and fertilizer compliance programs have found that 15 products commonly used in horticulture and hydroponics, including in marijuana production, contain undeclared pesticide chemical compounds in their ingredients.

As a result, WSDA has issued several “stop sale” orders and Notices of Corrections to the manufacturers and to the businesses that have been selling the products. WSDA will also work with the Washington Liquor and Cannabis Board on a joint notice to licensed marijuana production operations and retailers.

Some products used in marijuana production fail to list pesticides






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