Hawai'i Center for Food Safety Action Fund
This is why we have been advocating for a process that allows the flexibility for reconditioning and retesting of “hot” crops. If some of those crops had been allowed to dry or the flower mixed with more plant material could they been saved and utilized for their intended purpose? There are other states that allow for this flexibility to try and save the crop before forcing the farmer to till under their harvest. Stalks can be harvested for fiber, seeds contain zero THC.
Not mentioned in the article is the Hawai’i Dept of Ag’s insistence on only testing the top 1” of the flowering plant. Due to a lack of federal testing guidelines, there are ... See more