In this article, we will discuss microbial contamination, which is another important aspect to consider in cannabis testing.
Microorganisms are tiny organisms that cannot be seen with the naked eye and include bacteria, archaea, fungi, and yeast. They can contaminate cannabis through various channels, such as the source of cultivation, the method of cultivation, soil, water, air, dust, and processing equipment. It is essential to control these factors to prevent microbial contamination.
At Kannabiz Tech Lab, we can detect microbial contamination, including Total aerobic microbial count, Staphylococcus aureus, Clostridium spp, Salmonella spp, Escherichia coli, and more.
There are criteria for determining the value of contaminated microorganisms according to Act 416. You can learn more about this at http://food.fda.moph.go.th/law/data/announ_moph/P416.PDF.
Methods for microbial contamination analysis include qualitative and quantitative methods. The qualitative method detects the type or group of microorganisms contaminated in the sample, while the quantitative method measures the amount of microorganisms in the sample.
Microbiological testing is crucial in ensuring product quality and safety for consumers. If you are interested in having your produce or products analyzed, or if you want to learn about our promotions for hemp-cannabis analysis, please visit our website at https://www.kannabiztech.co.th/en/home/ and register at https://www.kannabiztech.co.th/en/analyse-testing/
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