High Times Article
Why Oregon Should Maintain Strict Testing Requirements For Oils
Should you be worried about what you inhale? High times asks this important question in the May 2017 issue in an article called, Tainted: The Problem With Pot And Pesticides. The article is a good read and our very own Andrew Black was interviewed for the story.
Fertilizer Calculations for Organic Farmers
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is proposing a drastic change to its pesticide residue testing requirements of cannabis concentrates and extracts. The proposed changes may not be so good for consumer health.
Video: How to Identify Symptoms of Hemp Russet Mite
Sometimes it can be tricky determining the optimal application rates for organic fertilizers. This is especially true for a crop like cannabis since there is not much concrete data about what the true nutrient requirements are for the plant. For example...
Cannabis Science Pub - Why Certification Matters
Don't let hemp russet mite reduce your yields. Learn how to identify symptoms of leaf and flower damage without using a microscope.
Did you know that in 2014 the USDA data on pesticide residue on food revealed 73% of fruit and veggies tested positive for one or more pesticide that wouldn't be allowed on Certified Kind products? Just a heads up, non-organic peaches, nectarines, and strawberries are often contaminated with pesticides that you can't easily wash off. Certified Kind growers control pests using natural methods...