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77 Percent of California Clones Contaminated by Pesticides

Category: News | Posted on Fri, September, 29th 2017 by THCFinder

After an extensive study by the California-based cannabis testing lab Steep Hill, researchers have determined that most have of the state’s ubiquitous pesticide problem is due to the process of cloning plants. This comes on the heels of a report from last October which estimated about 84 percent of California-grown weed was not “fit for human consumption.”


Traditionally, there are several different ways a plant becomes contaminated by pesticides. The report cites the following most common causes:

  • Knowingly use inputs that contain pesticides (such application may be known to some in the operation, but not others),
  • Knowingly use a product whose pesticide content was unknown to them (lack of education, lack of proper labeling),
  •  Grow in locations that are subject to pesticide “drift” from the application by a neighbor (wind, water, soil, insects, animals).

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Kelsey Cook - Weed

Category: Videos | Posted on Fri, September, 29th 2017 by THCFinder


California is trying to educate people about marijuana before recreational sales start

Category: News | Posted on Fri, September, 29th 2017 by THCFinder

Months before California allows the sale of marijuana for recreational use, the state has launched an education campaign about the drug, including highlighting the potential harms of cannabis for minors and pregnant women.

The state is scheduled to issue licenses starting Jan. 2 for growing and selling marijuana for recreational use, expanding a program that currently allows cannabis use for medical purposes.

In response, the California Department of Public Health has created website to educate Californians about the drug and its impacts, including how to purchase and safely store cannabis.

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Driver Finds Scratch on Car—with an Apology, $40 and Half a Joint

Category: Odd | Posted on Fri, September, 29th 2017 by THCFinder

Imagine leaving work only to find a scratch on your bumper and no note in sight. That’s not the best discovery to make before sitting in rush hour traffic with your own thoughts. Better keep that road rage to a minimum though. The American Automobile Association (AAA) has found that aggressive driving is responsible for more than half of car accidents in the United States. What would it take to chill you out? One person in Colorado hoped $40 and half a joint would do the trick.


From the “Mad Pooper” to this, Colorado has had its fair share of strange news recently. Fortunately, the person being inconvenienced this time was compensated.

Mandi Shepard wondered what happened when she left work at 5 p.m. and found her back bumper scratched. To her dismay, there was no note left behind-so it looked like she would have to put up with the aesthetic flaw or come out of pocket for a buffing.

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