Colorado regulators allow the use of four other pesticides in marijuana cultivation. According to the press release, the Ministry of agriculture should request an assessment of pesticide labels and maintain a list of reviewed products.
As long as growers pay attention to the label, such products can be used for marijuana without violating state regulations. If the registrant fails to renew the pesticide products to the agricultural department, the state may remove the pesticide products from the approved list. According to the state, the use of unregistered pesticides on marijuana would violate the pesticide applicators act.
Source: mjbizdaily com