Oregon Cannabis And Pesticides

Always read the label!

OREGON: For the purpose of pesticide regulation, the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) considers cannabis grown in Oregon to be an agricultural crop.

​​Updates on pesticide products and cannabis

​More information on cannabis and working with ODA​. As additional resources become available, they will be posted here.

Guide list for pesticides and cannabis

Always read the label!

Always read the label!

The guide list for pesticides and cannabis was updated Oct. 17, 2016, and is sorted by active ingredient then product name. The intent of the list is to assist growers in distinguishing those pesticide products whose labels do not legally prohibit use on cannabis from those that clearly do not allow use. The list is not an endorsement or recommendation to use these products in the production of cannabis in Oregon. Do not hesitate to contact Pesticides staff with questions or for label clarification.​ ​​

​​​​Resources

Cannabis and pesticides: Letter to producers (2016)

Pesticide information for cannabis producers

Cannabis email subscription

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Guidelist for Pesticides and Cannabis

The guidelist was updated Oct. 17, 2016, and is sorted by active ingredient then product name. The intent of the list is to assist growers in distinguishing those pesticide products whose labels do not legally prohibit use on cannabis from those that clearly do not allow use. The list is not an endorsement or recommendation to use these products in the production of cannabis in Oregon. Do not hesitate to contact Pesticides staff with questions or for label clarification.Guidelist

Internal management directive (criteria)

Guidance to ODA staff on how to determine whether a pesticide may be used on cannabis and included on guidelist.Document

Licensing Requirements for Pesticide Applications to Cannabis

Document

Marijuana Production: Chemigation and Fertigation Practices

Information from the Washington State Department of Agriculture about applying pesticides and fertilizers through an irrigation system when growing marijuana either indoors, outdoors, or in a greenhouse. Details about practices

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