Mandatory testing for contaminants and pesticides is a significant expense for cannabis cultivators.
A glimpse into current cannabis impairment detection technologies.
4 ways in-house testing can benefit your cannabis operation.
Is it really a dirty little secret if everyone is doing it?
Exploring severe smoke and wildfire exposure, smoke-taint testing, and crop insurance for cannabis cultivators.
Cannabis consumers in California are being defrauded, and it's the Department of Cannabis Control's fault.
Why not everywhere? Cannabis Tech spoke with industry leaders about the testing requirements and what it means for businesses and consumers.
An interview with Dr. Allison Justice, Founder of the Hemp Mine.
Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid labels are becoming outdated. The science paints a more complex and diverse world of cannabis highs and market opportunities.
Alec Dixon from SC Labs joins us to discuss advancing cannabis terminology and classification systems.
Can your smartphone determine if you are intoxicated from cannabis?
State regulators need to address the lack of a standard in moisture determination that leads to significant lab-to-lab discrepancies in cannabis potency ratings.
As the industry continues to advance in the U.S., improving testing mandates has created higher quality cannabis across the country.
Starting this January, cannabis oil manufacturers in Colorado will have new consumer safety standards to meet.
Lessons learned from the 2020 pandemic bring new pathogen detection technologies to cannabis and glimpse into the future of federal regulation.
A lack of cohesive testing standards and a push for potency creates the perfect storm for consumer deception and cannabis and hemp analysis fraud.
Cannabis testing labs are among the most profitable and evolving sectors of the cannabis industry, yet more needs to be done to standardize quality control practices for cannabis products and COAs.
New EEG technology offers insight into the effects of cannabis and opens new doors to understanding consumer differences.
Home growers need lab analysis, too.
Attitude and laws toward cannabis drug testing evolve.