Testing Rules Could Mean Big Price Increase in Oregon
New state regulations requiring that commercial cannabis – both medical and recreational – be tested for pesticide contamination could result in a major price increase in Oregon’s marijuana market.
The Oregon Health Authority has thus far released a list of 59 pesticides that labs will have to test flower for, before harvests can be released for sale, according to KTVZ. The cost of testing will likely be passed on to consumers in order to maintain profitability for growers and dispensaries, so the only question at this point is how much prices will go up.
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