Giantweed Canada has reprinted the article Cannabis Contaminants: Identification, Testing, and Prevention from Cannabis Training University.
There are many common cannabis contaminants and pollutants, in both home grows and commercial cultivation operations. These contaminants are often chemical or biological in nature and can range from molds, fungi, and heavy metals to residual pesticide residue. High-residual solvents in cannabis concentrates is another area of pollutants in cannabis and cannabis-related products. These pollutants can have a wide range of causes, with improper growing and manufacturing practices, improper curing or storage, high humidity, improper temperatures, impure water, and the application of noxious chemical pesticides being the most common causes. Cannabis contaminants differ from common pests like spider mites and […]
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