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originally posted by: tothetenthpower
a reply to: luthier
How can you know what kind of fertilizer was used say for edibles? Still some trace nasties in there? Are they miracle growing and 1
corners on concentrates since the buds are not seen directly?
Because they must keep detailed logs of everything used to grow their products?
It's pretty easy to fact check them. I work in this industry, I have for a very very long time, I know the ins and outs of quality control, not only imposed by the government, but imposed by business owners who want quality product.
re the edibles tested? Can you eat them in a shop and then take home?
Actually, all edibles have to be licensed through Health Canada here, there are even more strict quality control practices in place where edibles are concerned. Far more than just growing flower.
So no, I'm not wrong. I just happen to have all the proper information from doing research for the last 20+ years and working with these people. Yes, there are places that do bad, like OrganiGram for example in my home province, they were caught using pesticides and other chemicals that ended up making some people sick.
It was found quickly and rectified quickly.