Pesticide Residue Testing

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What is pesticide residue testing?

Our comprehensive testing service is designed to detect and quantify pesticide residues in cannabis plants and derived products. We employ advanced analytical techniques to identify even trace amounts of pesticide residues, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and safeguarding consumer health.

By utilizing our Cannabis Pesticide Residue Testing Service, you can confidently assure your customers that your products meet the highest safety standards because our extended screen goes beyond compliance. We help you uphold regulatory compliance, mitigate health risks associated with pesticide residues, and maintain consumer trust.

Choose our trusted testing service to proactively address potential pesticide concerns, safeguard your brand reputation, and prioritize consumer well-being. With our commitment to precision and quality, we offer you the peace of mind that comes from knowing your cannabis products are free from harmful pesticide residues.


What are pesticide residues?

Pesticide residues in relation to cannabis refer to trace amounts of pesticides that may remain on or in cannabis plants after the application of pesticide treatments during cultivation. Pesticides are chemicals used to control pests, such as insects, fungi, or weeds, that can negatively impact crop health and yield.

Cannabis cultivators may use pesticides to protect their plants from pests and diseases, ensuring optimal growth and quality. However, if not used responsibly or in accordance with regulations, pesticides can leave residues on the cannabis plant material.


What are the technical details?

Instruments: LC-MS/MS and GC-MS/MS
Accreditation: DCC Annual License and ISO:17025
Minimum sample size: 3g
Sample types: concentrates, flower, infused products

*LOQ: 0.08 ug/g unless otherwise stated

  1. Abamectin
  2. Acephate
  3. Acequinocyl
  4. Acetamiprid
  5. Aldicarb
  6. Azoxystrobin
  7. Bifenazate
  8. Bifenthrin
  9. Boscalid
  10. Captan (LOQ: 0.50
  11. ug/g)
  12. Carbaryl
  13. Carbofuran
  14. Chlorantraniliprole
  15. Chlordane
  16. Chlorfenapyr
  17. Chlorpyrifos
  18. Clofentezine
  19. Coumaphos
  20. Cyfluthrin
  21. Cypermethrin
  22. Daminozide
  23. Diazinon
  24. DDVP (Dichlorvos)
  25. Dimethoate
  26. Dimethomorph
  27. Ethoprop(hos)
  28. Etofenprox
  29. Etoxazole
  30. Fenhexamid
  31. Fenoxycarb
  32. Fenpyroximate
  33. Fipronil
  34. Flonicamid
  35. Fludioxonil
  36. Hexythiazox
  37. Imazalil
  38. Imidacloprid
  39. Kresoxim-methyl
  40. Malathion
  41. Metalaxyl
  42. Methiocarb
  43. Methomyl
  44. Methyl parathion
  45. Mevinphos
  46. Myclobutanil
  47. Naled
  48. Oxamyl
  49. Paclobutrazol
  50. Pentachloronitrobenz
  51. ene
  52. Permethrin
  53. Phosmet
  54. Piperonylbutoxide
  55. Prallethrin
  56. Propiconazole
  57. Propoxur
  58. Pyrethrins (LOQ: 0.40
  59. ug/g)
  60. Pyridaben
  61. Spinetoram
  62. Spinosad
  63. Spiromesifen
  64. Spirotetramat
  65. Spiroxamine
  66. Tebuconazole
  67. Thiacloprid
  68. Thiamethoxam
  69. Trifloxystrobin
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