State warns Oregon MJ growers about unapproved pesticides

Three of Oregon’s government agencies have warned marijuana cultivators about using pesticides not approved by the state for use on cannabis crops.

In a jointly signed letter addressed to “Dear Cannabis Producer,” the directors of  the Oregon Department of Agriculture, Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Liquor Control Commission wrote on Monday that producers can meet Health Authority pesticide standards but still be in violation of the state’s Pesticide Control Act if any levels of illegal pesticides are found.

 The letter was cosigned by Lisa Charpilloz Hanson, acting director of ODA; Lynne Saxton, director of OHA, and Steven Marks,

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