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  1. Depends on the pesticide. All natural pesticides that would appear on a plant naturally are fine, but nothing artificial created. There’s a lot of cultivators that use helpful bacteria, mint and nerolidol, and predatory insects.

  2. They aren’t really allowed to use bad pesticides in Ohio and I rarely if ever see any detectable limit for pesticides on a COA from any of them.

  3. Most pesticides allowed in Ohio are things like neem oil, citric acid and water, other non-toxic substances.

  4. Ancient roots dosent use any pesticides.. the only organic grower in the state... and remeber in the state of ohio.Ohio.. rejected flower even with mold .. cam be used in co2 or butane extraction... not solventless

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