Cannabis IPM systems – for powdery mildew – grown from human liver protein

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The active pesticide ingredient in Actinovate SP, Streptomyces Lydicus, was reapproved for cannabis cultivators in Canada in 2020. This pesticide is used to treat powdery mildew but held a controversial status since the owner, Novozymes BioAg, was tied in a partnership with Monsanto. (1) So, what about the use of human liver proteins to grow […] The post Cannabis IPM systems – for powdery mildew – grown from human liver protein appeared first on Latest Cannabis News Today – Headlines, Videos & Stocks.

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