Pesticide testing for cannabis and hemp Pesticides are sometimes used on cannabis and hemp crops to improve yields. Using advanced techniques likeliquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry(LC-MS/MS), you can test your samples for residual chemical contamination.
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Do I need pesticide testing for my cannabis products?
All Cannabis products intended for sale or provided to any party under the Cannabis Act will require pesticide testing. Eurofins EnvironeX can detect all 96 pesticide actives proposed by Health Canada, and our method has been validated. USP or EP compendial, Internal, or Client specific methods available
How can I test for residual pesticides?
Pesticides are sometimes used on marijuana and hemp crops to improve yields. Using advanced techniques like liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS), you can test your samples for residual chemical contamination.
What are acceptable levels of pesticides in cannabis?
While pesticides rank highly on the list of safety concerns and regulated compounds that are the focus of cannabis and hemp testing, the range of acceptable levels, which ranges from 0.01 g/g (10 ppb) to above 1 g/g (1 ppm), is highly variable. The analytes targeted for testing, and the actionable residue levels, vary by region.
How do you know if your weed is bad?
When inspecting your weed break off a small portion of the plant to test the consistency. Normal, healthy marijuana should crumble to a semi sticky texture, depending on the strain. If you feel any sand or grittiness the batch may be contaminated. Also, look out for cannabis that has a chalky, dry feel.