Cannabis Science Pub - Why Certification Matters

Check out this presentation about the Certified Kind program. Just wait to see what Andrew Black pulls out on stage...

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, like creating habitat for beneficial bacteria, fungi, and insects. Certified Kind growers can use the same pest control materials that organic fruit and vegetable farmers use.

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