Originally Posted by Mountain Kine
It's FIFRA 25b exempt so it is OK to use it also has a broad enough label that you could also file a CDFA appeal to get it included in to the allowable list.
Legal cannabis is a new thing so there is little to not literature out there from companies providing these products on their interactions with cannabis, but considering that it is a C3 plant that is very similar to chili pepper in metabolism it isn't too far of an assumption to say if it's good for vegetables then it's also good to use on cannabis.
Most cannabis is combusted at temperatures that would off gas the H2O2 / acetic acid / water that makes up PAA.
So far as i can see its the cdpr (california department of pesticide regulation) who says what to use and not what to use in Cannabis cultivation.PAA is not on the list of fungicides what is allowed to use in Cannabis cultivation.
Its not about H2O2 or acetic acid like in vinegar, which has a pH around 4.5, but most pesticides contains more than what is said on the label.Another thing is that Cannabis is a total another category than vegetables, its comparing pears with apples.