We once again go beyond cannabi¬noids and look at the importance and chemistry of flavonoids in cannabis.
Some of the most common pesticides monitored within the cannabis industry are examined here and the function and chemistry of these agents in cannabis pest control is broken down.
The world of fungi, mold, and mycotoxins is explored and discussed.
There are thousands of other potential analytical targets in cannabis that are relatively unexplored. Here, the author examines terpenes.
Right From the Grow: A Look at Sampling and Sample Preparation Methods of Solid Cannabis for Analysis
Laboratories are challenged with highly regulated and difficult sample schematics, sample preparation, extraction, and testing procedures that try to ensure accuracy and precision of testing. Accuracy in analytical testing starts at the very beginning with sampling and sample preparation prior to testing.
Holding Data to a Higher Standard, Part II: When Every Peak Counts—A Practical Guide to Reducing Contamination and Eliminating Error in the Analytical Laboratory
In this guide, we look at the most common sources of contamination and error in an analytical process.
The complex question of whether or not data or results are valid involves both the testing process and the actual calculated results.
I Can’t Afford Good Science: The Battle Between Economics and Method Development in the Emerging Cannabis Market
One winter afternoon, a group of professionals and scientists came together to discuss the development of test methods for cannabis.