Come with me to the thrilling days of yesteryear. Twenty-eighteen, when any pot panic worth its weight in dog shit was related to flower.
- The state’s cannabis oversight body, the Department of Taxation, put out a health notice on Monday, stating that batches of bud from four Las Vegas dispensaries were found to have fungus, bacteria, and high levels of yeast and mold. It’s the department’s second such announcement in a month.
- Having passed their first tests, the samples failed microbial tests that showed high levels of yeast and mold and the presence of aspergillus, a fungus, as well as coliforms and “bile-tolerant, gram-negative” bacteria.
- The bud was sold in flower form between July 10 and the 28th of last month.