And then there were six – marijuana product recalls in Colorado tied to pesticide use, that is.
The recall number hit the half-dozen mark on Tuesday, when the Denver Department of Environmental Health announced in a press release that Lab710 Concentrates is voluntarily recalling more than 2,300 units of 23 different products.
A testing sample from Lab710 was found to have high and possibly unsafe levels of imidacloprid, a pesticide that the state Department of Agriculture has banned for cannabis cultivation.
Pesticide-related product recalls in Colorado began in September, after months of quarantines for growers who were using questionable pesticides to help combat problems such as powdery mildew.
It’s not clear just how many products have been targeted by the recalls, which, to date, have all been voluntary. But the number has reached at least 31,000.