I don’t like getting cannabis flower jars from low tier dispensaries out of fear I could get moldy cannabis flower products
When I worked for a farm several years in my early 20s, I learned how small mistakes could quickly lead to extremely expensive problems. If we had a pest outbreak on a crop, we could lose a significant portion of an entire season’s revenue. The stress of trying to maintain all of these variables at any given moment was too much for me. We had one particularly tough year because of inclement weather, and I decided that I’d be a lot happier working in a different industry. Despite moving to the cannabis industry and working in sales, I still talk to my friends who work in agriculture out west. They tell me that a lot of outdoor grows have issues with mold whenever there’s too much moisture in the environment. I know this to be true because of the cannabis companies I work for. They have a large grow facility and they have to destroy crops whenever they get bud rot or mold. However, there are unscrupulous cannabis companies that will sell infected products to patients that are lab tested before the mold can take hold and propagate. By the time the cannabis flower products reach the customer, the mold will either be detectable by aroma or by sight. I don’t like getting cannabis flower jars from low tier dispensaries out of fear I could get moldy cannabis flower products. I don’t want a moldy batch of weed, so I stick with cannabis flower products from the company that employs me currently. There’s a competitor of ours that also sells quality cannabis flower products, but their prices reflect the quality of their products.