Analytical 360 Standard Operating Procedure
Hydrogen Peroxide Use In Cannabis Cultivation
Version No:Issue date:17-09-13Page:
Edward StremlowRandall Oliver07/09/13
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Cultivators – Sterol, sealed Bag for transportation of samples, Cannabis SamplesCannabis Action Coalition – 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide, Water, Two 5-10 gallon Holding/Wash tubs, Peroxide test strips. Analytical 360 - TSA plate (trypticase soy agar), Sab Dex plate (Sabourauddextrose agar),
2 mortar & pestles, 2 foil pieces approx. 3” x 3”, scoop, tweezers,70% isopropyl alcohol (IPA), beaker, HEPA mask, gloves, permanent marker
Cannabis Action Coalition – Holding/Washing Tubs, Peroxide test strips. Analytical 360 - incubator (See SOP## for incubator operating instructions)Biohazard boxScale (See SOP## for scale operating instructions)Torch
1.Remove 3 branches or stems from each plant, containing either 1 large flower, or several small to medium size flowers. Leave all foliage on branch.2.Place samples in a large sterol, and sealable bag to prepare for transportation.Take caution to limit or avoid contamination.3.Samples collected from different plants need to be separated in separate bags.
Deliver to Analytical 360, Tuesday, July 16
between 10AM – 5PM.
Cannabis Action Coalition:
5.Coordinate with a maximum of 6 cultivators for the sample collection and deliveryof 6 different cannabis strains.6.Oversee the collection of supplies and assist with H202 treatment and cleanup.7.Prepare 2, 5-10 gallon washing tubs. 1 tub treated with H202 for soak, and 1 tubwith untreated water for rinse.8.Mix 1/2 pint of 35% food grade H202 per 10 gallons of water.9.Prepare untreated water for rinse.10.Soak plants for 3-5 minutes in treated H202 and rinse following treatment.11.Hang Plants for drying and prepare for transportation, for drying and curingoffsite.