Health Canada’s ACMPR Random Testing Finds Banned Pesticide On Very First Test

Health Canada’s ACMPR Random Testing Finds Banned Pesticide On Very First Test

Canada’s corporate Licensed Producers (LPs) have -again- been caught using the banned pesticide myclobutanil on their medical marijuana. This time Hydropothecary was caught by Health Canada’s brand new random testing. Health Canada notified Hydropothecary on Monday that random testing had detected the prohibited fungicide myclobutanil.

Random testing was only recently started after multiple LPs were caught using banned pesticides. Hydropothecary was apparently the very first random ACMPR test conducted. So it is safe to say, that for at least a brief period… 100% of the LP-produced Cannabis randomly tested by Health Canada was found to contain banned pesticides.

Despite the rampant illicit use of prohibited chemicals, it appears that Health Canada has no intention of revoking licenses.

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