Colorado holds marijuana from two grows over pesticide worries

Colorado issues first state-level holds on marijuana due to pesticides

Colorado marijuana regulators announced Friday they have put a large but undisclosed number of plants and products on hold from two cultivation facilities over concerns they were treated with unapproved pesticides. It’s the first such action by a state agency; previous recalls have been undertaken by the city of Denver only.

Cannabist Show: She owns a marijuana shop; He's a pot baron

Cannabist Show: She owns a marijuana shop; He’s a pot baron

We’re talking with industry insiders about issues involving Colorado marijuana shops — ownership by women and minorities, edibles cooking classes, consulting opportunities and TV documentaries about cannabis businesses. Featured guests: Simply Pure co-owner Wanda James and Medicine Man CEO Andy Williams.

Restrictions on pot edibles clear Colorado House

Marijuana biz EdiPure issues fourth edibles recall in less than two months

Marijuana business EdiPure voluntarily recalled more of its cannabis-infused edibles on Monday over concerns they contain potentially dangerous pesticides banned for use on marijuana in Colorado. The recall was EdiPure’s fourth in less than two months — and the city’s 15th in as many weeks.

Colorado monthly retail pot sales top $50 million for first time

Amid EdiPure’s third pesticide recall, edibles biz calls city’s testing ‘dubious’

Marijuana edibles company EdiPure on Tuesday voluntarily recalled more than 35,000 packages of its products because of the presence of potentially dangerous pesticides — and the business is also taking aim at the pot-testing lab used by the city of Denver, calling the lab’s pesticide testing methodology “dubious at best.”

Why marijuana concentrates are cause for confusion

Advanced Medical Alternatives yanks pot concentrates in state’s 11th recall

Denver marijuana business Advanced Medical Alternatives is voluntarily recalling 133 individually packaged grams of cannabis concentrates because they contain potentially dangerous pesticides banned for use on pot plants in Colorado. It’s the city’s 11th pesticide-related recall of cannabis products in three months.

Pot editorial: Don't give up on fixing rules for Colorado edibles

Pot recall: EdiPure pulls 7,770 edibles over pesticides

For the 10th time in three months, a Colorado marijuana company is voluntarily recalling pot products because they contain potentially dangerous pesticides. Denver-based marijuana company EdiPure is recalling 7,770 packages of pot-infused edibles because they were made with contaminated hash oil.

Pesticide edict ensures fate of recalled Denver pot products

Pesticide edict ensures fate of recalled Denver pot products

Thousands of marijuana-infused products, recently recalled in Denver over concerns they contain unapproved pesticides, will likely be destroyed in light of the governor’s order to label them a public safety hazard.

Juicy Fruit (marijuana review)

Juicy Fruit (marijuana review)

Marijuana review: Juicy Fruit is a fruity hybrid whose smell and taste reflect its name, and whose quality reflects the current market drought in Colorado.