Pot industry reacts to new Denver scope on pesticide checks



The marijuana industry has reacted to the city of Denver’s recent expansion of its pesticide inspections protocol by double-checking its labels and, in one case, destroying more than $8,000 worth of infused edibles and oils.

The city said last week its inspectors were starting to check in-store labels on marijuana and cannabis products for pesticides not allowed by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.

Read the rest of the article by Ricardo Baca http://www.thecannabist.co/2015/09/07/colorado-pot-industry-denver-pesticide-inspections/40473/

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