The name, signature, and certification number of the applicator, issued by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; if applicable, of the person who applied the pesticide; b. The date and time of the request; c. the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registration number or, if exempt from the EPA registration process under Section 25 (b) of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), the Chemical Summary Service (CAS) number of the pesticide applied; d. Active ingredients of the applied pesticide; e.
Trade name and product name of the pesticide applied; f. The restricted entry interval from the product label of any pesticide applied; g. The number of the radio frequency identification label (RFID) of the cannabis plant or plants to which the pesticide was applied or, if applied to all plants, on the entire pharmaceutical processor, a statement to that effect and the main pests that must be controlled; and h. The amount of pesticide concentrate and the amount of diluent, by weight or volume, in the applied mixture.
You will only need a medical card if you are going to shop at an exclusive dispensary for medicines or if you want to buy products for medical use only. Of course, buying cannabis in person has its perks, such as being able to talk to a waiter or see some of the product before buying it, but there are several reasons why buying cannabis online is gaining in popularity. Those who buy and sell cannabis products at state-authorized dispensaries will be aware of the various options available and can help make recommendations.