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New 2016 Pesticide Regulations Could Drastically Increase Oregon Pot Prices

Cannabis testing lab professionals, as well as pot shop owners, in Oregon are predicting a likely spike in medical and retail marijuana prices next year, attributed to pesticide-related regulations which will be implemented in June 2016.  

Where Is All the GMO Weed?

Some mainstream news authorities will have you believe that the weed we smoke these days has been genetically modified to produce high amounts of THC. They cite old studies that use increases in THC potency as proof cannabis has been genetically modified, but without any ...

THCA vs. THC: How to Read a Lab Result

Lab-testing cannabis is quickly becoming an important part of the marijuana industry, but the resulting data often leads to confusion. Here's how to interpret the numbers and find out how potent your weed actually is.

Lab-Tested Edibles: SC Labs Is Changing the Game

Learn how SC Labs is accurately determining the potency of cannabis-infused foods by developing cutting-edge testing techniques.

Colorado Prohibits Lab Testing of Marijuana from Individuals

State regulators are informing Colorado’s marijuana testing labs that they cannot analyze samples for individual users. This is particularly difficult for patients who relocated to the Rockies to access medical cannabis for their children and who would like to use m...

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