Wondering how our cannabis testing lab in Carpinteria, CA helps with the detection of cannabinoids? Learn more here.
We apply High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) to quantify all California mandated levels of THC, THCA, CBD, CBDA, CBG, and CBN. The reliable and robust profiling of cannabinoids found in your products are critical for establishing quality to consumers, and our cannabinoid testing in Santa Ynez, CA can help.
We use the state-of-the-art Agilent LC-MS/MS system to identify and quantify all of Category I and Category II residual pesticides mandated by the state of California. This instrument was configured by the manufacturer to achieve the highest sensitivity detection levels while minimizing problems with pesticide analysis.
The multi-elemental technique Merso Labs applies to our heavy metals analysis gives us the ability to shorten our analysis time while maintaining a minimum number of interferences. We utilize an Environmental Protection Agency validated ICP-MS methodology, providing our clients accurate results in a timely fashion.
Our Head-Space GC/MS method provides the speed and reliability you need to ensure the precise reporting of trace levels solvents in your concentrates. The lack of sample preparation step eliminates the possibility of a chemical contamination.
Bacterial and mycotoxin contamination pose a serious health hazard to cannabis consumers. California regulatory compliance mandates a screening for dangerous pathogens and toxins such as Salmonella and Shiga toxin. Early screening can go a long way in preventing impurities from reaching your final product.
Differentiate your product from competitors’ with the most accurate GC-FID based quantitative terpene method in California. Gas Chromatography separates and detects 22 terpenes found in cannabis plants.
Excessive water in your products can affect the outcome of the texture, appearance, taste, and shelf life. We compute the water activity in so that it stays below conditions ideal for enzyme activity, mold growth, yeast, and bacteria.
We can document the moisture of your product at any time point in your supply chain to ensure the percentage remains below the regulatory threshold.
We apply computer-assisted microscopic imaging in order to determine if biological specimens are detectable suggesting the presence of pests or other macro-contaminants.
Our environmental field analytics platform allows farmers to evaluate their cultivar performance throughout the year, and across different micro-climates on their fields. On-farm sensors provide accurate and precise humidity, temperature, and solar radiation data.
Wavelength spectrometry is applied to monitor plant health and detect the slightest variations on your canopy. This gives our clients the ability to identify plant stress up to two weeks before problems are visible to the naked eye.
We have the capacity to provide soil analytics to our clients. Moisture data is combined with daily evapotransipration to improve water use. We expect soil chemistry integration, such as Nitrogen, Phosphorous,Potassium and salinity, to our platform in 2020.