More Pesticide-Related Quarantines in Denver

In yet another pesticide-related crackdown on the marijuana industry, Denver officials removed hundreds of cannabis products from circulation on Tuesday over health concerns.

Earlier this year, the Denver Department of Environmental Health quarantined upwards of 100,000 cannabis plants because of similar health concerns tied to pesticides, according to the Denver Post.

The most recent quarantines reportedly include hundreds of lozenges at Mountain High Suckers and an “undisclosed amount of raw marijuana” at MMJ America, the Post reported. The pesticide at issue is spinosad, which was apparently used in production at both businesses.

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