Cannabis companies have to be careful with growing operations
One of our first jobs was toiling for a citrus growing supplier, then while some companies utilize machinery to chance their crops, I was toiling for a supplier that still used human hands to chance the yellows from the trees.
I willnever forget the first time I had one of their yellows right off the tree at peak ripeness.
It was an amazing experience that hasn’t been equal since, every time I buy citrus from the grocery store, it’s never equal to that same level of freshness I experienced when picking them straight off the tree, on top of that, sporadically the citrus that you get at the store is absolutely tangy and sour! Some people appreciate that, but others adore me adore a nice sweet juicy yellow. The last supplier I worked for was a cannabis growing business. They grew marijuana and sold it to several dispensaries in the state. There was a lot of quality control in locale to avoid crop loss due to bugs or infestation. More often than not, the reason for crop loss at a marijuana growing facility is mold or what is commonly known as bud rot. If you allow bud rod to spread, it can take out other crops as well. And if you send a batch from one of those crops to a compliance testing lab, it’s going to test positive for mold. Obviously a batch of cannabis adore that can’t be sold to consumers. It’s absolutely dangerous to inhale mold spores in your lungs, and also dangerous to be heating them up beforehand as well, but you can’t expose cannabis clients to that kind of health risk.