Mold in Michigan Cannabis Causes Recalls

Mold in Michigan Cannabis Causes Recalls

According to Michigan state officials from LARA on January 11, 2019, 15 strains (or varieties) of cannabis sold at The Green Mile Detroit and at Compassionate Care by Design (Kalamazoo) failed testing due to molds, yeast and chemical residues. As a result Michigan state officials issued two health and safety advisories for cannabis consumers.

Later that day an additional four strains of cannabis sold HG Lansing were recalled due to similar mold and bacteria problems. We interviewed expert cannabis grower Jared Cox of Mold Resistant Strains for input on mold issues:

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Cannabis Laws in Michigan Give Roscommon County Growers Unease

Cannabis Laws in Michigan Give Roscommon County Unease

As of December 6th, 2018 recreational cannabis is officially legal in The State of Michigan. However the confusing laws gives growers in Roscommon County unease, as there still remains no clear solution to selling the cannabis that is grown.

A little backstory, since Michigan voters accepted the legalization proposal in the Nov midterms, medical marijuana had been already legal for nearly 10 years in the state dating back to 2008 where the medical marijuana proposal was approved.

With the new laws Michigan residents can legally grow up to 12 marijuana plants and use them for recreational purposes.

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