The licensed sector has yet to solve its endemic quality problem. After a grim last week for the Green Organic Dutchman, grower Travis Lane tested one of TGOD’s organic living soil cultivars and described it as “brutal and tragic.”
The Guardian, Inside the Jar
- Lane guessed the flower was so bad due to “post-harvest issues,” and Nextleaf president Tom Ulanowski suggested it might be due to TGOD’s use of EnWave drying products, which he said can degrade and partially decarb products.
- A What’sMyPot review of another TGOD product wasn’t as brutal, though noted it the flower smelled like “dirty gym socks […]used to wipe ashtrays.”
- Even reviews of tolerable products lament about how expensive they are.
- Consumers continue to complain of products packaged months ago. Here’s one item bought in February, packaged 14 months earlier.
- GTEC Holdings‘ BLKMKT brand has offended many, but reviewers continue saying positive things about the company’s products.
Mugglehead, Rhum Charts
Legal dry flower is still far too dry. Couple reviewers WhatsMyPot announced they’ll quantify dryness on receipt as part of reviews, and attempted to set minimum standards for acceptable moisture levels.