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LIST CANADIAN POISON SWAG PRODUCER add to it. people need to know!

Discussion in 'Canadian Patients' started by gb123, Jan 12, 2017.

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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    The following is a list of LP's who have been caught using POISON on patients who they were SET UP TO SERVE ? .............................but failed Miserably!!!
    Add to it please.




    Oranigram.
    Mettrun
     
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    Jackal69

    Jackal69 Well-Known Member

    Maybe the mods can stick a pin in this thread
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    It would be in their best interest for sure
    It is all about helping the sick after all.
     
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    thccbdhealth

    thccbdhealth Well-Known Member

    its just that bad, the organic LP was caught using it, safe to think they all are?
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    Oh Id wager that with 100% confidence but Listing them by name is what we need.
    (:
     
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    Miss MJ

    Miss MJ Active Member

    Unfortunately there are registered pesticides approved by Health Canada for use on Medical Marijuana... Unless a Licensed Producer in writing explicitly states they do NOT use pesticides you can assume they do.. Because well if they didn't that would be a 'selling' factor for them to acquire patients..
    Butttt even if they do say that one can assume they still might here and there and not get caught. Until Health Canada revokes one of their licenses for pulling stunts like this they will all play around until they get caught
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    ANYTHING sprayed on a Medical Grow is NOT NEEDED specially when it goes into a concentrates OR its smoked.

    Any LP spraying their crops needs to find a way in order to deal with what ales them.
    If it means starting over again and cleaning shop each time an infestation occurs...
    that's all part of business...company's shut down all the time.
    There are ways to do this right but who would give them that info?
     
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    Miss MJ

    Miss MJ Active Member

    GREEEEEDDDD
     
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    CannaReview

    CannaReview Well-Known Member

    If you look at those approved pesticides they are basically Potassium Bicarbonate based or beneficial microbe based. http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/dhp-mps/marihuana/info/licencedproducer-producteurautorise/pesticides-eng.php
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    I see where you are going with that thinking,, but are the sick are supposed to suck it up in order for the LP's to make a profit?
    I say LEARN HOW TO GROW PROPERLY!!!
    Once again. .........................No sprays are needed on Medical Marijuana!!
    AND They are only needed in order to keep their sad business practices up and running.
    There is NO EXCUSE TO POISON MEDS FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION.
     
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    CarpeNocturnum

    CarpeNocturnum Well-Known Member

    Last sentence nails it, bottom line gb123
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    and they all use this shit....Hence..THEY ALL USE POISON TO PRODUCE MMJ
    No one was talking about concentrates, not that it matters but just shows how wrong the whole idea of spraying anything on your medication is.

    Bon Appétit

    Registered Pesticides
    As of May 12, 2015, there are seven registered pesticides approved by the Pest Management Regulatory Agency for use on cannabis (marijuana) that is produced commercially indoors. They are:

    • MilStop® Foliar Fungicide
    • Actinovate® SP Fungicide
    • Opal Insecticidal Soap
    • Neudosan Commercial
    • Kopa Insecticidal Soap
    • Rootshield® HC Biological Fungicide Wettable Powder
    • Rootshield® WP Biological Fungicide
    Information and labels for these pesticides is available on the Pesticides and Pest Management section of the PMRA website.

    Adherence to Good Production Practices
    Section 52(1) of the MMPR prohibits a licensed producer from selling or providing dried marijuana unless the [​IMG] Good Production Practices set forth in Division 4 of the MMPR have been met. This includes the requirements for use of pesticides.

    Non-compliance
    In the event that an unregistered pesticide is used on marijuana plants that are intended for sale or provision, Health Canada will require licensed producers to destroy the marijuana plants and/or dried marijuana, and/or proceed with a recall if the product has already been sold.
     
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    cannadan

    cannadan Well-Known Member

    Non-compliance
    In the event that an unregistered pesticide is used on marijuana plants that are intended for sale or provision, Health Canada will require licensed producers to destroy the marijuana plants and/or dried marijuana, and/or proceed with a recall if the product has already been sold.

    Should this not be a reason for suspension of said licence's....with fines....????
    its an unregistered pesticide knowingly used with the knowledge that if they get caught..
    they only have to recall....and destroy....
    seems like no regulation at all....really...
     
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    Miss MJ

    Miss MJ Active Member

    There are a few more now approved by Health Canada that have been distributed to LPs just not yet published.. but again all with the same common ingredients



    - MilStop Foliar Fungicide
    - Bioprotec CAF
    - Bioprotec Plus
    - Botanigard ES
    - Botanigard 22 WP
    - Vegol Crop Oil
    - Agrotek
    - Actinovate SP Fungicide
    - Opal Insecticidal Soap
    - Neudosan Commercial
    - Kopa Insecticidal Soap
    - Rootshield HC Biological Fungicide Wettable Powder
    - Rootshield WP Biological Fungicide

    I don't care what they're made of I don't want any sick person in my life consuming any amount of them. Unless those ingredients cure cancer
     
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    c ray

    c ray Well-Known Member

    they should be testing for the approved pesticides as well. used in veg only ok, but a fail if any trace is found on flowers or in oil. seeing as these are not meant to be smoked..
     
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    realmeduser

    realmeduser Well-Known Member

    Am I correct in interpreting this, that they are required to use pesticides as part of their good production practices?
     
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    Jackal69

    Jackal69 Well-Known Member

    .....or test for anything they use .... soil plants.... test for shit in the soil... use a fertilizer. ... test for that

    That way they don't need unnecessary testing for everything under the sun
    Video surveillance 24 7.....
    And the lp doesn't test it self.... but has to be open 24 7 for suprised spot tests
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    why spend money on security and surveillance or law for that matter.

    Just let it go!!!

    NONE OF THESE THINGS YOU TALK ABOUT ...............OR EVEN LAW......... will be needed!



    OH SHIT NOW ,,,,that would be to simple...way to easy and above all

    NO ONE CAN GET RICH QUICK UNLESS THEY INNOVATE...No more handing this deal out on a silver platter with the law ready to cuff anyone who goes another way.

    ITS A FREE MARKET PEOPLE! GET AT IT !!!
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    The following is a list of LP's who have been caught using POISON on patients who they were SET UP TO SERVE ? .............................but failed Miserably!!!
    Add to it please.




    Oranigram.
    Mettrun
    Aurora

    Please, Welcome Aurora to the list of growers who KNOWINGLY POISON PEOPLE!!!
     
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    GrowRock

    GrowRock Well-Known Member

    Green leaf medicinals had a recall a year ago for poisoning patients right on hellth canadas web page
     

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