What testing is required by HB 3460?
Flowers and other useable marijuana parts
Flowers and other useable marijuana parts must be analyzed for the following using valid testing methodologies:
1) Levels of Tetrahdyrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD)
- Including Chlorinated Hydrocarbons, Organophosphates, Carbamates, and Pyrethroids
- A sample will be deemed positive at greater than 0.1 ppm of any pesticide
3) Mold and Mildew
- A sample of useable marijuana will be consider positive if it exceeds greater than 10,000 CFU/g
- For processed and unprocessed material and greater than 1,000 CFU/g for CO2 and solvent based extracts.
- Macroscopic and/or microscopic screening is not allowed
An immature plant may be tested for pesticides, mold or mildew by conducting a macroscopic or microscopic screening by a qualified individual.
Edibles, Liquids, and Solid Extracts
Edibles, liquids, and solid extracts must be analyzed for levels of THC and CBD. If the useable marijuana material used in the edibles, liquids, and solid extracts was previously tested negative for pesticides, mold and mildew, that testing does not need to be repeated.