Having a batch fail for Aspergillus does not mean that you did anything wrong when growing your cannabis. Aspergillus and humans share the same environment, so it is very likely that you interact with and even breath aspergillus spores every day. If you are growing outside, then preventing aspergillus can be nearly impossible and based mostly on luck.

Aspergillus is a type of naturally occurring fungus with 250 known species. Of those 250 species, 60 are considered pathogenic and harmful to human and animal health. Aspergillus can be found all over the United States, the most common strains being A. Niger, A. Fumigatus, A. Flavus and A.

Pasteurization has been used for many years and is widely applied in the production of consumables such as milk, syrup, salsa, baby food etc. There are many viruses and diseases that pasteurization prevents, such as tuberculosis, brucellosis, diphtheria, scarlet fever, and Q-fever.

We have chosen to use Radio Frequency over radiation and Ozone because it is significantly less invasive. Radio Frequency (RF) remediation is very gentle and does not disturb the look, smell, or smoke of your product. In fact, the only noticeable change after remediation is a small loss of moisture.