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Update may 4th 2017-
There was 7 sprays then 13 now there are 17 sprays approved .....HC website claimed As of February 1, 2017, there were 13 registered pesticides approved by PMRA for use on cannabis (marijuana) that is produced commercially indoors.- The HC website updated again and added 3 new sprays to say now As of March 20, 2017 there are 16 registered pesticides approved They are:

11 of the caution label - mildly toxic
Bioprotec PLUS
Botanigard 22 WP
Botanigard ES
MilStop Foliar Fungicide
Rootshield(R) WP Biological Fungicide
Vegol Crop Oil
Bio-Ceres G WP
Influence LC

6 of the WARNING label - more toxic
Agrotek Ascend Vaporized Sulphur
Neudosan Commercial
Opal Insecticidal Soap
Kopa Insecticidal Soap
Rootshield HC Biological Fungicide Wettable Powder

- As per section 18 of the ACMPR, licenced producers are not permitted to use additives in the production of fresh or dried marijuana, or marijuana plants or seeds intended for sale. “An additive means anything other than marihuana but does not include any residue of a pest control product or its components or derivatives unless the amount of the residue exceeds any maximum residue limit specified for the product, component or derivative under section 9 or 10 of the Pest Control Products Act.”

- Licenced producers must also adhere to section 66 of the ACMPR which states that “fresh or dried marihuana or marihuana plants or seeds must not be treated with a pest control product unless the product is registered for use on marihuana under the Pest Control Products Act or is otherwise authorized for use under that Act”.

licensed producers must ensure that no other products, other than the 16 approved pest control products, are applied to fresh or dried marijuana, marijuana plants or seeds, as part of their production practices. Licensed producers are advised that the use of any “foliar spray” containing, but not limited to, fertilizers, nutrients, or wetting agents applied on fresh or dried marijuana, marijuana plants or seeds is prohibited, as is any other product containing an unauthorized pest control ingredient.

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label - caution
Active Ingredient: Gliocladium catenulatum Strain J1446* .........32%
Other Ingredients............68%

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Bio-Ceres G WP
Label - Caution
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Beauveria bassiana strain ANT-03 ..20.0%

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Label- Warning
Active Ingredient: (% by weight)
Bifenazate: hydrazine carboxylic acid, 2-(4-methoxy-[1,1'-biphenyl]-3-yl)
methylethyl ester - 43.2%*
Abamectin - 2.2%**

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Ultra-low doses can have all kinds of biological effects, especially over longer periods of exposure,” he said. “So when these companies say ‘Oh, there’s no problem,’ the first thing I would ask them is have you looked at the effects on the nervous system, the endocrine system, the immune system, and epigenetics?”

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Rootshield HC Biological Fungicide Wettable Powder
signal word - warning

Trichoderma harzianumRifai strain - 1.15 percent
other ingredient - 98.85 percent

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What are inert or other ingredients?

Rootshield(R) WP Biological Fungicide
signal word - caution

Trichoderma harzianum Rifai strain KRL-AG2 - 1.15 %
Inert ingredients confidential - 98.85 %

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