Lab vies for Arkansas medical cannabis testing contract


At least one laboratory is throwing its hat in the ring to test medical marijuana in Arkansas.

And with more than 300 applications submitted so far for the state’s five cultivation and 32 dispensary licenses, the MMJ program is starting to take shape.

According to KATV, Little Rock-based Marygold Laboratories is planning to spend $1.1 million to enter the cannabis testing space. Marygold, a craft beer-testing lab, would check marijuana for potency – THC and CBD levels – as well as moisture and contaminants.

The lab is holding out for International Organization

Lab vies for Arkansas medical cannabis testing contract is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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