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Old 10-24-2016, 04:46 AM #1
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CBD Tested every batch, SALES?

My question is broad in general and for MMJ Patients. I live in North Dakota. We are voting on Measure #5 in November. If it passes I plan on being a MMJ provider and tester. Would you like to see every batch of a sold as (high CBD strain) to be tested with the results present or posted for each strain at time of sale? I intend to do this with every strain I provide CBD or not. I'm not looking at being the biggest grower in the state. But I feel if I provide this honest information with every sale. I would like to be the most trusted provider in the state. I grow organically in soil with fish emulsions for fertilizers and nutrients. Pests are controlled with lady bugs. If they fail to correct any issues the plants get culled not sprayed. Does this really matter to you as a consumer? Would you be more likely to purchase verified MMJ that is consistently the same product? I'm just doing some research before I spend $15,000 on equipment. I will most likely buy the equipment anyway. I feel it's the right way to do business. Thanks for your thoughts. Peace
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I think most customers will expect test results for all strains anyway.
Thought that was already a standard?
Or are you saying something else?

Good job on no spraying pesticides, more people need to go this route.
Both issues should be standards.
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Team Sift, From a recent trip to a legal state many high CBD strains were only indica in general. This may have been relayed poorly from under trained sales people. Any testing results available were word of mouth or old copied print outs. I felt a full cannabinoid break down of every new batch from every strain would be nice as a consumer. And in this break down pesticides and chemical fertilizers would be included. I don't believe this should be used in any marijuana let alone medical use. Peace

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Interesting question! when it comes to fruit all we care is that it tastes good, it never gets tested for sugar content or whatever lol, but I guess comparing medicine to fruit is trivialising things... personally i think it's probably best not to enforce testing; there'll still be enough companies that do do testing, for those patients who demand tested medicine, and they'll probably have to pay a bit extra for that, but those who're happy with whatever Grandma Smith is growing can also just choose that if they want... CHOICE!
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My question is broad in general and for MMJ Patients. I live in North Dakota. We are voting on Measure #5 in November. If it passes I plan on being a MMJ provider and tester. Would you like to see every batch of a sold as (high CBD strain) to be tested with the results present or posted for each strain at time of sale? I intend to do this with every strain I provide CBD or not. I'm not looking at being the biggest grower in the state. But I feel if I provide this honest information with every sale. I would like to be the most trusted provider in the state. I grow organically in soil with fish emulsions for fertilizers and nutrients. Pests are controlled with lady bugs. If they fail to correct any issues the plants get culled not sprayed. Does this really matter to you as a consumer? Would you be more likely to purchase verified MMJ that is consistently the same product? I'm just doing some research before I spend $15,000 on equipment. I will most likely buy the equipment anyway. I feel it's the right way to do business. Thanks for your thoughts. Peace
In Oregon all products will be tested for potency and contaminants/pesticides. I think most legal states require at least some form of testing.
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Robrites, They may or may not require a certain amount of testing. If a grower tested his own and made results available for everything sold. Would you be more inclined to purchase from that grower? This would be made at the growers expense not the customers. I feel If I did this on my own it would force the rest of the (medical growers) to step up in quality in time as a whole. Then medical patients are getting higher quality meds without chemicals in them. There is way to much crap being used trying to boost quantity. Imo Peace
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Robrites, They may or may not require a certain amount of testing. If a grower tested his own and made results available for everything sold. Would you be more inclined to purchase from that grower? This would be made at the growers expense not the customers. I feel If I did this on my own it would force the rest of the (medical growers) to step up in quality in time as a whole. Then medical patients are getting higher quality meds without chemicals in them. There is way to much crap being used trying to boost quantity. Imo Peace
Retail customers can not buy from growers here. Medical and recreational customers must buy from government approved shops. Products must be tested before the shops can buy it. In this state, there is a major shortage of approved testing companies so maybe that is something you can get a jump on in your state.
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Robrites, That was my line of thinking. I realize patients aren't buying from growers. It wouldn't be hard for them to be informed on who is growing their medicines. Then they would have the choice of growers they choose to support. Many people are content with draft Bud Light. I enjoy Guinness Blonde or Corona. I guess the market will determine what it is willing to support. Peace
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They really effed up with the whole growers can't be sellers? Is that really what they did? I guess they wanted to make it bureaucratic enough.
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Just do!! The whole industry needs people to start been clear about what they make... And quickly enough no-one would want to buy non-tested stuff!!
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