When Denver’s environmental health unit warned the state’s booming marijuana businesses that it intended to enforce federal, state, and local laws governing the use of pesticides and agricultural chemicals, pesticide enforcement in Denver quickly followed...
Contaminated cannabis has made its way into edibles, leading to the biggest legal pot product recall yet.
According to the USA Today, approximately 60,000 marijuana plants have been quarantined and temporarily barred from sale by Denver city officials. The plants were reportedly treated with unapproved pesticides that could lead to health problems when inhaled.
While cannabis farmers specifically don’t need the aid of pollinators to make the best product, there is no reason ganja farms should contribute to the decline in bee populations.
The broad mite is quietly invading more and more cannabis gardens across the country. Learn how to prevent infestation and quell an already-present mite population.