WASHINGTON: Updated List Of Pesticides Allowed For Use In Marijuana Production

WSDA and WSLCB Release Updated List of Approved Cannabis Pesticides

LCB is sharing this message on behalf of WSDA:

Bulletin No 20-02

To:         Marijuana Producers, Processors, and Retailers

From:     WSLCB and WSDA

Subject: Updated List of Pesticides Allowed for Use in Marijuana Production

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

WSDA has added six new Section 3 pesticides and four new Section 25(b) pesticides to the list of allowable products for a total of ten new products. There were no products removed from the list.  The list currently contains 307 Section 3 pesticides and 90 Section 25(b) pesticides, for a total of 397 products.

WSDA has two columns on the list: (1) Section 3 pesticides that are subject to Worker Protection Standard (WPS) requirements, and (2) Section 3 pesticides that are limited to use by non-commercial “HG Only” marijuana growers. The products designated as “HG Only=Yes” may only be used by those individuals authorized to home grow medical use marijuana.

Products marked as “HG Only=Yes” may not be used in the commercial production of marijuana.

Spray adjuvants are not included on the list—however any spray adjuvant that is labeled for use on food crops can be used with an allowed pesticide that is applied to marijuana, as long as the intended use is authorized by the spray adjuvant label. For example, a spray adjuvant labeled only for use with an herbicide cannot be used with an insecticide or fungicide. Information on spray adjuvants that are registered for distribution in Washington is available from the WSU PICOL database.

Please check your stock of pesticides against the list to ensure that you are using an allowed product. Marijuana growers can continue to use any existing stocks of pesticides that were removed from the list, but no new product can be purchased.

All of the pesticides that were added to the list contain active ingredients that were already allowed for use in marijuana production.

Some pesticides are labeled for application to soil or to crop plants, while some pesticides are labeled for application to both soil and crop plants (e.g., insecticides, fungicides). Other pesticides include herbicides labeled for direct application to, and control of, unwanted plants (i.e., weeds). Remember to read, understand, and comply with all applicable label directions and precautions when using any pesticide.

 Pesticides Added:                                                                    Registration Number

1.    Howler Lawn and Garden Organic Fungicide                  EPA No.  91197-3-92488

2.    Onward                                                                             EPA No.  90866-23-95775

3.    Promote                                                                            EPA No. 90866-23

4.    Spear LEP Biological Insecticide                                     EPA No. 88847-6

5.    Spear T Liquid Concentrate                                             EPA No. 88847-6

6.    Howler Fungicide                                                              EPA. No. 91197-3-92488

7.    Eco-1 40                                                                            WA No.  74578-19003

8.    Huma Gro Thyme Pro                                                      WA No.  999690-20001

9.    Mammoth Canncontrol                                                     WA No.  997320-20001

10.  Protection Plus Insecticide and Fungicide                       WA No.  994030-20001

You 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 web site: https://agr.wa.gov/departments/marijuana/pesticide-use

OLCC Notice of Public Hearing: OAR 845-025-5760 Audit, Compliance, And Random Testing

OLCC

OREGON:  OLCC Notice of Public Hearing.

What: OAR 845-025-5760, Audit, Compliance, and Random Testing

When:  2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., Monday, March 16, 2020

Where: Oregon Liquor Control Commission, 9079 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Portland, OR 97222

Public Notice & Proposed Rule Draft

The national outbreak of e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury (EVALI) has resulted in more than 2,800 hospitalizations and 68 deaths, including 2 deaths in Oregon. At this time neither the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA), nor the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) have determined the cause of the illness outbreak in Oregon. While studies using cases in other states have identified Vitamin E acetate as one likely cause in those states, there is no evidence of Vitamin E acetate being linked to cases in Oregon and the CDC and FDA have not ruled out other potential causes of the illness outbreak.

This rule is needed to assist the OLCC and OHA in the ongoing investigation of the cause of EVALI cases in Oregon as well as to prevent and respond to potential future outbreaks or risks to public safety due to additives, adulterants, microbiological contamination, heavy metals, or other contaminants.

In addition to the recent EVALI outbreak, undisclosed ingredients and additives have been discovered in marijuana products in violation of Commission rules. These ingredients and additives cause public health and safety issues and decrease transparency for members of the public using these products. These rule amendments will allow the OLCC to sample the products of marijuana licensees to determine whether they contain ingredients or additives. Further, the ability to randomly test acts as a deterrent and discouraging licensees from making marijuana items with illegal or unknown indigents, additives, solvents or pesticides.

Public comment period ends Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 11:55PM

 

 

 

Oregon: OLCC Issues Marijuana Product Recall

Winberry Farms Sweet Leaf Blend Pre-rolls Failed Pesticide Test 

Portland, OR — The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is issuing an immediate health and safety advisory due to the identification of potentially unsafe pesticide residue on plant material used in a packaged retail marijuana product.  The product in question was cultivated by licensed marijuana producer Ard Ri and packaged for sale to retailers by licensed wholesaler DYME Distribution.

The affected marijuana flower failed its pesticide test, because it exceeded the acceptable level, known as the “action limit”, for the insecticide Imidacloprid*.  The flower was incorporated into pre-rolled joints marketed under the Winberry Farms Sweet Leaf Blend; the strain name is Trap Star.

The impacted product (see above images) has a Unique Identification (UID) number of 1A4010300022859000015892.

The OLCC has locked down the product in the Cannabis Tracking System (CTS) to prevent further distribution or sale to consumers.  The product was sold through nine OLCC licensed marijuana retailers around Oregon.  DYME distributed approximately 700 units of the contaminated pre-rolls; retailers have pulled the remaining 328 packages from their shelves.

Screenshot 2020-01-17 07.43.34The impacted Winberry Farms Sweet Leaf Products were sold from December 17, 2019 through January 8, 2020 at the following licensed retailers:

  • Spark, 5103 NE Fremont Street, Portland
  • Ancient Remedies, 2350 State Street, Salem
  • Puff Oregon, 47700 NW Sunset Highway, Manning
  • Rogue River Herbal PMC, 510 East Main, Suite C, Rogue River
  • The Joint, 3270 Market Street NE, Salem
  • Stoney Only Clackamas, 10289 SE Highway 212, Clackamas
  • Tsunami Marijuana LLC, 36412 Highway 26, Seaside
  • Track Town Collective, 3675 Franklin Blvd., Eugene
  • Green Room, 2521 NW 9th Street, Corvallis

Initial test results for the source marijuana flower produced by Ard Ri was entered into CTS by PREE Laboratories in Corvallis on December 4, 2019; the test results indicated that both test samples failed.  PREE re-analyzed one of the samples, as allowed under marijuana testing rules, on December 11, 2019 and the sample passed.  However marijuana testing rules then require a second lab to re-sample and re-test the original product That verification test never took place.

Because of PREE Laboratories’ incorrect entry of test results into CTS the tracking system designated the marijuana flower as having passed its pesticide test.  Subsequently DYME Distribution packaged and distributed the contaminated marijuana as pre-rolled joints.

The OLCC detected the discrepancy January 6, 2020 when conducting a monthly audit on products that have failed pesticide tests at the point of origin – in this case the marijuana flower.  When the OLCC initiates an administrative hold of a product it automatically puts a hold on any product produced from the original flower.

OLCC is investigating both the contamination test failure, and the licensees’ use of CTS.

Consumers who have these recalled products should dispose of the products or return them to the retailer where they were purchased.  Consumers can follow these instructions found on the OLCC Recreational Marijuana Program website to destroy marijuana on their own.

There have been no reports of illness. The possible health impact of consuming marijuana products with unapproved pesticide residues is unknown. Short and long-term health impacts may exist depending on the specific product, duration, frequency, level of exposure, and route of exposure. Consumers with concerns about their personal health should contact their physician with related questions. Consumers with questions or concerns about recalled product or pesticide residues in marijuana products are encouraged to contact the product retailer and/or the Oregon Poison Center at 800-222-1222.

The Oregon Department of Agriculture maintains a guide list for Pesticides and Cannabis that be found here.

*The Oregon Health Authority is responsible for establishing pesticide and solvent action levels for marijuana testing.

 

 

WSLCB Certified Heavy Metal Testing Lab Active

WASHINGTON: Effective April 11, 2019, a lab has been certified by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) to provide heavy metal testing on cannabis products.

WSLCB Certified Heavy Metal Testing Lab

Medicine Creek Analytics

3700 Pacific Hwy E. #400

Fife, WA 98424

 Washington State Department of Health

The Department of Health has rescinded the emergency rule, filed January 24, 2019 temporarily suspending the heavy metal testing requirement. Effective April 18, 2019, all products produced under chapter 246-70 WAC will be required to be tested for heavy metals and no longer required to include “Not tested for heavy metals” on the label.

 

WSDA Releases Updated List Of Pesticides Allowed For Use In Marijuana Production

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

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.

In addition, WSDA has added two new columns to the list to designate Section 3 pesticides that are subject to Worker Protection Standard (WPS) requirements, and Section 3 pesticides that are limited to use by non-commercial marijuana growers (e.g., use allowed on home grown marijuana) only.

Please check your stock of pesticides against the list to ensure that you are using an allowed product. Marijuana growers can continue to use any existing stocks of the 15 pesticides that were removed from the list, but no new product can be purchased.

All of the pesticides that were added to the list contain active ingredients that were already allowed for use in marijuana production.

Some pesticides are labeled for application to soil or to crop plants, while some pesticides are labeled for application to both soil and crop plants (e.g., insecticides, fungicides). Other pesticides include herbicides labeled for direct application to, and control of, unwanted plants (i.e., weeds). Remember to read, understand, and comply with all applicable label directions and precautions when using any pesticide.

Added

  1. AVENGER AG OPTIMA, EPA Reg. No. 92967-4
  2. AZAMAX, EPA Reg. No. 71908-1-81268
  3. AZERA GARDENING, EPA Reg. No. 1021-1872
  4. BELCHIM IRONFIST SLUG AND SNAIL BAIT, EPA Reg. No. 67702-32-87865
  5. FIREWORXX, EPA Reg. No. 67702-54-59807
  6. PERAGREEN 15%, EPA Reg. No. 63838-2
  7. ZEROTOL HC, EPA Reg. No. 70299-16
  8. AGROPEST, WA Reg. No. 997700-19001
  9. DELIVERANCE, WA Reg. No. 89943-19002
  10. ECO-1 FRUIT & VEGETABLE SPRAY CONCENTRATE, WA Reg. No. 74578-19001
  11. ECO-1 FRUIT & VEGETABLE SPRAY READY TO USE, WA Reg. No. 74578-19002
  12. MERCENARY, WA Reg. No. 997480-18001

Removed – Voluntary cancellation, or label no longer consistent with WSDA criteria

  1. 1600 X-CLUDE FORMULA 2 MICROENCAPSULATED INSECTICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 499-539
  2. AGRI-FOS SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 71962-1
  3. AVENGER AG BURNDOWN HERBICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 82052-4
  4. AVENGER AG OPTIMA, EPA Reg. No. 82052-4
  5. AZAPRO, EPA Reg. No. 92629-1
  6. BIOSIDE HS 15%, EPA Reg. No. 63838-2
  7. BONIDE BON-NEEM II FUNGICIDE/MITICIDE/INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE, EPA Reg. No. 70051-75-4
  8. DESECT DIATOMACEOUS EARTH INSECTICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 7655-1
  9. FINALSAN TOTAL VEGETATION KILLER, EPA Reg. No. 67702-8-87865
  10. QUIK-FIRE, EPA Reg. No. 67702-8-17545
  11. MOLE & VOLE STOPPER GRANULAR, WA Reg. No. 82165-12005
  12. PURE 3-WAY, WA Reg. No. 998220-13002
  13. PURE 3-WAY COMMERCIAL, WA Reg. No. 998220-16002
  14. PURE KAPOW, WA Reg. No. 998220-13001
  15. PURE KAPOW COMMERCIAL, WA Reg. No. 998220-16001

You 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 web site:

agr.wa.gov/pestfert/pesticides/pesticideuseonmarijuana.aspx

Contact

  • For information regarding the registration of pesticides and fertilizers, please contact the WSDA Pesticide and Fertilizer Registration Section.

          Phone: 360-902-2025

          Email for pesticide registration: pestreg@agr.wa.gov 

Email for fertilizer registration: fertreg@agr.wa.gov

  • For information regarding how to comply with the pesticide label, please contact the WSDA Pesticide Compliance Program.

          Phone: 360-902-2040

          Email: pcompliance@agr.wa.gov

  • For any other questions, please contact your Liquor and Cannabis Board enforcement officer.

WSDA Releases Azamax Insecticide From Stop Sale List

WSDA
WASHINGTON: Effective February 25, 2019, Azamax The Natural Insecticide (EPA Reg. No. 71908-1-81268) was released from the WSDA November 5, 2018, Stop Sale, Use or Removal Order #KFJ-0007-18. Distribution and use can begin again in Washington State.  The WSDA is allowing reasonable levels of naturally occurring 3-indoleacetic acid (IAA) to exist in Azamax The Natural Insecticide (EPA Reg. No. 71908-1-81268).

The complete up-to-date list of pesticides and fertilizers placed on statewide stop sale, use and remove orders is on the following pages and can be found anytime by entering agr.wa.gov in your web browser.  Then use the search box in the upper right corner of the page to search for pesticides on stop sale then choose Fertilizers and Pesticides Placed on Statewide Stop-Sale Orders.

For information regarding stop sales, please contact Tim Schultz 509-994-0936 Toll Free 877-301-4555 Email: compliance@agr.wa.gov

 

Washington DOH And WSLCB Change Heavy Metal Testing Requirements

wslcbWASHINGTON: The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) are reaching out to industry leaders to notify you of temporary changes to heavy metal testing requirements. Products compliant with DOH rules are required to be tested for heavy metals and prohibited pesticides to promote patient safety under chapter 246-70 WAC. These requirements are voluntary and in addition to WSLCB rules.

What is the current situation?
Testing for heavy metals and pesticides is provided by a WSLCB certified testing lab. Beginning January 25, 2019, there will not be any laboratories certified to test cannabis products for heavy metals.  The department has filed emergency rules to temporarily suspend the heavy metal testing requirement, effective January 24, 2019. For licensed producers and processors committed to creating cannabis products compliant with DOH rules, securing a new lab will allow continued heavy metal testing services. The suspension would stay in effect until a lab becomes certified to screen for heavy metals.

How does the emergency rule impact me?
Effective January 24, 2019, products produced under this suspension that have not been tested for heavy metals, may still use the DOH logo appropriate for their product (General Use, High CBD, or High THC) as long as “Not Tested for Heavy Metals” is included on the label before being sold in retail stores. A copy of the emergency rule has been attached for reference.

Contact
For information on how to comply with this requirement, please contact the Medical Marijuana Program at 260-236-4819 or medicalmarijuana@doh.wa.gov. For other questions, please contact your Liquor and Cannabis Board enforcement officer.

Washington Updates List Of Pesticides Allowed For Use In Marijuana Production

WASHINGTON: The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) has recently updated the list of pesticides that are allowed for use in marijuana production in Washington State, based on criteria previously established by WSDA. In addition, WSDA has recently updated the criteria to clarify the allowable post-harvest uses of pesticides in marijuana production.

The WSDA has added 19 pesticides to the list of allowable products, and has removed 17 pesticides because the registrations for their distribution in Washington were voluntarily cancelled, or because the labels were no longer consistent with WSDA criteria.

Please check your stock of pesticides against the list to ensure that you are using an allowed product. Marijuana growers can continue to use any existing stocks of the 17 pesticides that were removed from the list, but no new product can be purchased.

Pesticides containing 3 new active ingredients [Capric (decanoic) acid, Caprylic (octanoic) acid, Sodium tetraborate decahydrate] were added to the list. Most of the pesticides that were added to the list contain active ingredients that were already allowed for use in marijuana production.

Some pesticides are labeled for application to soil or to crop plants, while some pesticides are labeled for application to both soil and crop plants (e.g., insecticides, fungicides). Other pesticides include herbicides labeled for direct application to, and control of, unwanted plants (i.e., weeds). Remember to read, understand, and comply with all applicable label directions and precautions when using any pesticide.

Added

  1. AG DE-CIDE, EPA Reg. No. 7655-1-71074
  2. DESPOT SNAIL & SLUG BAIT, EPA Reg. No. 67702-33-7001
  3. ESPOMA INSECT!, EPA Reg. No. 67702-35-83598
  4. ESPOMA ORGANIC BRAND INSECT CONTROL, EPA Reg. No. 67702-35-83598
  5. ESPOMA ORGANIC BRAND INSECT SOAP, EPA Reg. No. 67702-21-83598
  6. FINALSAN HERBICIDAL SOAP, EPA Reg. No. 67702-8
  7. GRANADA 5, EPA Reg. No. 81803-6-93161
  8. GREEN GOBBLER 20% VINEGAR WEED KILLER, EPA Reg. No. 85208-1-93489
  9. HOMEPLATE, EPA Reg. No. 67702-54
  10. MERUS 3.0, EPA Reg. No. 8329-108
  11. PREV-AM, EPA Reg. No. 72662-3
  12. SAFER BRAND CATERPILLAR KILLER FOR TREES SHRUBS AND VEGETABLES CONCENTRATE II, EPA Reg. No. 70051-106-42697
  13. SLUG & SNAIL BAIT, EPA Reg. No. 67702-3-83598
  14. SUMMIT BIOLOGICAL CATERPILLAR & WEBWORM CONTROL, EPA Reg. No. 70051-106-6218
  15. THURICIDE BT CATERPILLAR CONTROL, EPA Reg. No. 70051-106-829
  16. SPIDER MITE CONTROL, WA Reg. No. 93752-18002
  17. SUPER SAFE ORGANIC INSECTICIDE & FUNGICIDE CONCENTRATE, WA Reg. No. 997940-17002
  18. TCC-IPM, WA Reg. No. 997020-18001
  19. TETRACURB ORGANIC, WA Reg. No. 8596-18001

 

Removed – Voluntary cancellation, or label no longer consistent with WSDA criteria

  1. AGRI-FOS SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 71962-1-54705
  2. BAYER ADVANCED NATRIA DISEASE CONTROL READY-TO-USE, EPA Reg. No. 264-1154-72155
  3. BONIDE LIQUID COPPER FUNGICIDE CONCENTRATE, EPA Reg. No. 67702-2-4
  4. BONIDE LIQUID COPPER FUNGICIDE READY TO USE, EPA Reg. No. 67702-1-4
  5. CAMELOT O FUNGICIDE/BACTERICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 67702-2-67690
  6. CONCENTRATE WORRYFREE BRAND VEGOL YEAR-ROUND PESTICIDAL OIL FOR ORGANIC GARDENING, EPA Reg. No. 67702-4-33116
  7. CUEVA FUNGICIDE CONCENTRATE, EPA Reg. No. 67702-2-70051
  8. EARTH-TONE 3N1 DISEASE CONTROL, EPA Reg. No. 67702-15-83598
  9. EARTH-TONE INSECTICIDAL SOAP, EPA Reg. No. 67702-21-83598
  10. MONTEREY LIQUID COPPER FUNGICIDE RTU, EPA Reg. No. 67702-1-54705
  11. READY-TO-USE RO-PEL DEER & RABBIT REPELLENT, EPA Reg. No. 8119-8-1663
  12. READY-TO-USE WORRYFREE GARDEN INSECT CONTROL, EPA Reg. No. 67702-6-33116
  13. READY-TO-USE WORRYFREE INSECTICIDAL SOAP FOR ORGANIC GARDENING, EPA Reg. No. 67702-21-33116
  14. SERENADE OPTIMUM, EPA Reg. No. 264-1160
  15. BIOLINK INSECT REPELLANT, WA Reg. No. 51517-03002
  16. ECOLOGIC GARDEN INSECT KILLER READY-TO-USE, WA Reg. No. 72041-14004
  17. ECOLOGIC HOUSEPLANT & GARDEN INSECT KILLER, WA Reg. No. 72041-14002

You 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 stop sales in Washington on the WSDA web site:

agr.wa.gov/pestfert/pesticides/pesticideuseonmarijuana.aspx

 

Updated List Of Pesticides Allowed For Use In Marijuana Production

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

The WSDA has added 12 pesticides to the list of allowable products. Pesticides containing two new active ingredients (Cinnamaldehyde, Gliocladium catenulatum Strain J1446) were added to the list. Most of the pesticides that were added to the list contain active ingredients that were already allowed for use in marijuana production.

Some pesticides are labeled for application to soil or to crop plants, while some pesticides are labeled for application to both soil and crop plants (e.g., insecticides, fungicides). Other pesticides include herbicides labeled for direct application to, and control of, unwanted plants (i.e., weeds). Remember to read, understand, and comply with all applicable label directions and precautions when using any pesticide.

Added

  1. AZERA PRO, EPA Reg. No. 1021-1872
  2. DEADZONE, EPA Reg. No. 73729-1
  3. DESECT AG DIATOMACEOUS EARTH INSECTICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 7655-1
  4. PRESTOP WG, EPA Reg. No. 64137-13
  5. PVENT, EPA Reg. No. 64137-13-70299
  6. SEICAN, EPA Reg. No. 91473-2
  7. SLUGGO MAXX, EPA Reg. No. 67702-55
  8. CINNERATE, WA Reg. No. 998200-14001
  9. ELEMONATEM, WA Reg. No. 999860-16001
  10. HEDGE NATURAL DEFENSE PLANT PROTECTANT, WA Reg. No. 997420-18001
  11. PROCIDIC2, WA Reg. No. 999550-16002
  12. PURELY GREEN BIO-PESTICIDE SUPER CONCENTRATE, WA Reg. No. 84289-18001

You 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 web site. 

Washington: Updated List of Pesticides Allowed for Use in Marijuana Production

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

WSDA has removed 2 pesticides that were placed on stop sale by the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA). The ODA reported that both pesticides contained active ingredients that were not disclosed on the label. 

WSDA recommends that marijuana growers not use any existing stocks of the 2 pesticides placed on stop sale by the ODA, until WSDA determines whether similar action is appropriate in Washington.

Removed – Placed on stop sale by ODA

  1. AZAMAX, EPA Reg. No. 71908-1-81268
  2. EVERGREEN PYRETHRUM CONCENTRATE, EPA Reg. No. 1021-2560

In addition, WSDA has added 43 pesticides to the list of allowable products, and has removed 24 pesticides because the registrations for their distribution in Washington were voluntarily cancelled, or because the labels were no longer consistent with WSDA criteria. 

Pesticides containing four new active ingredients (Acetic acid, D-Limonene, Isaria fumosorosea Strain FE 9901, Linseed oil) were added to the list. Most of the pesticides that were added to the list contain active ingredients that were already allowed for use in marijuana production.

Some pesticides are labeled for application to soil or to crop plants, while some pesticides are labeled for application to both soil and crop plants. Other pesticides include herbicides labeled for direct application to, and control of, unwanted plants (weeds). Remember to read and comply with all applicable label directions and precautions when using any pesticide.

Please check your stock of pesticides against the list to ensure that you are using an allowed product. Marijuana growers can continue to use any existing stocks of the 24 pesticides that were removed from the list, but no new product can be purchased.

Added

  1. 20% VINEGAR HERBICIDE FOR CONTROL OF WEEDS, EPA Reg. No. 85208-1-90394
  2. AVENGER AG BURNDOWN HERBICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 82052-4
  3. AVENGER AG OPTIMA, EPA Reg. No. 82052-4
  4. AVIV, EPA Reg. No. 91473-1-86182
  5. BONIDE ALL SEASONS HORTICULTURAL & DORMANT SPRAY OIL CONCENTRATE, EPA Reg. No. 4-80
  6. BONIDE ALL SEASONS HORTICULTURAL & DORMANT SPRAY OIL READY TO SPRAY, EPA Reg. No. 4-80
  7. DOKTOR DOOM FORMULA 420 3 IN 1 SPRAY, EPA Reg. No. 67702-4-72804
  8. FINALSAN TOTAL VEGETATION KILLER, EPA Reg. No. 67702-8-87865
  9. GARDEN FRIENDLY FUNGICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 70051-107-829
  10. GARDEN SAFE BRAND INSECTICIDAL SOAP INSECT KILLER, EPA Reg. No. 67702-13-39609
  11. GARDEN SAFE BRAND NEEM OIL EXTRACT CONCENTRATE, EPA Reg. No. 70051-2-39609
  12. GARDEN SENTINEL BIOFUNGICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 70051-107-56872
  13. GRANDEVO CG, EPA Reg. No. 84059-27
  14. MONTEREY HORTICULTURAL OIL RTU, EPA Reg. No. 6218-78-54705
  15. NATRIA NEEM OIL READY-TO-USE, EPA Reg. No. 70051-13-92564
  16. NATURAL GUARD BRAND BY FERTI-LOME HORTICULTURAL OIL READY TO SPRAY, EPA Reg. No. 67702-4-7401
  17. NATURAL GUARD BRAND BY FERTI-LOME HORTICULTURAL OIL, EPA Reg. No. 67702-4-7401
  18. NOFLY WP, EPA Reg. No. 88664-1
  19. ORGANOCIDE ORGANIC FUNGICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 70870-3-70179
  20. PREFENCE BIOFUNGICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 64137-5-68539
  21. PRO-MIX MP BIOFUNGICIDE + MYCORRHIZAE, EPA Reg. No. 74267-8
  22. QUIK-FIRE, EPA Reg. No. 67702-8-17545
  23. REGALIA CG BIOFUNGICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 84059-3
  24. REVITALIZE BIOFUNGICIDE CONCENTRATE, EPA Reg. No. 70051-107-4
  25. SUMMIT B.T.I. GRANULES, EPA Reg. No. 6218-86
  26. VENERATE CG, EPA Reg. No. 84059-14
  27. VINAGREEN, EPA Reg. No. 85208-1
  28. VINAGREEN, EPA Reg. No. 85208-1-73015
  29. ALL NATURAL SLUG & SNAIL SPRAY RTU, WA Reg. No. 54705-17002
  30. ECO-1 GARDEN SPRAY, WA Reg. No. 74578-17001
  31. ECO-1 GARDEN SPRAY CONCENTRATE, WA Reg. No. 74578-17002
  32. FLYING SKULL NUKE EM INSECTICIDE & FUNGICIDE, WA Reg. No. 997940-17001
  33. INSTANT MITE KILLER PROFESSIONAL CONCENTRATE, WA Reg. No. 996880-16002
  34. INSTANT MITE KILLER READY TO USE, WA Reg. No. 996880-16001
  35. MAGGIE’S FARM SIMPLY EFFECTIVE 3-IN-1 GARDEN SPRAY, WA Reg. No. 73079-18005
  36. NEMATODE CONTROL, WA Reg. No. 89943-13001
  37. ORGANOCIDE BEE SAFE 3-IN-1 GARDEN SPRAY CONCENTRATE, WA Reg. No. 70179-18001
  38. ORGANOCIDE BEE SAFE 3-IN-1 GARDEN SPRAY, WA Reg. No. 70179-18002
  39. ORGANOCIDE BEE SAFE INSECT KILLER CONCENTRATE, WA Reg. No. 70179-18003
  40. ORGANOCIDE BEE SAFE INSECT KILLER, WA Reg. No. 70179-18004
  41. PURE 3-WAY, WA Reg. No. 998220-13002
  42. PURE 3-WAY COMMERCIAL, WA Reg. No. 998220-16002
  43. STOP BUGGING ME! NEMATODE CONTROL READY-TO-USE, WA Reg. No. 58300-17004

 

Removed – Voluntary cancellation, or label no longer consistent with WSDA criteria

  1. 1600 X-CLUDE FORMULA 2, EPA Reg. No. 499-539
  2. CULBAC GREEN, EPA Reg. No. 59588-1
  3. FUNGI-PHITE, EPA Reg. No. 83472-1
  4. GARDEN SAFE BRAND INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE FOR DORMANT USE, EPA Reg. No. 67702-4-39609
  5. GREENCURE, EPA Reg. No. 70870-1
  6. MILSTOP BROAD SPECTRUM FOLIAR FUNGICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 70870-1-68539
  7. ORTHO DISEASE B GON COPPER FUNGICIDE READY-TO-USE, EPA Reg. No. 67702-1-239
  8. PLASMA NEEM OIL EC, EPA Reg. No. 84185-5
  9. PRENTOX PYRONYL CROP SPRAY, EPA Reg. No. 655-489
  10. PRESCRIPTION TREATMENT PYRETHRUM TR MICRO TOTAL RELEASE INSECTICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 499-479
  11. PRO-MIX BX WITH BIOFUNGICIDE, EPA Reg. No. 74267-1
  12. TYGRO INSECT FOGGER I, EPA Reg. No. 499-547
  13. ELEMONATEM, WA Reg. No. 999860-16001
  14. FLAT LINE, WA Reg. No. 996920-16001

You 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 stop sales in Washington on the WSDA web site: