The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) has recently updated the list of pesticides that are allowed for use in marijuana production in the state, based on criteria previously established by WSDA.

The WSDA has added 12 pesticides to the list of allowable products and has removed 15 pesticides because the registrations for their distribution in Washington were voluntarily cancelled, or because the labels were no longer consistent with WSDA criteria.

Growers can find the complete list of pesticides that are allowed for use in marijuana production, the criteria WSDA used to establish the list, and information regarding statewide stop-sale orders in Washington on the WSDA website (agr.wa.gov/pestfert/pesticides/pesticideuseonmarijuana.aspx).

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