The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has requested that Triple M cease selling cannabis products at its Plymouth and Mashpee dispensaries because of Triple M’s use of natural pesticides at Triple M’s Plymouth cultivation facility.
Triple M is fully cooperating with the DPH and will immediately implement any additional corrective actions necessitated by DPH.
The natural pesticides that Triple M used have been approved in all 50 States for growing produce as well as for use on cannabis in WA, OR, NV, CO, IL and OH. Triple M only used the pesticides during the early stages of cultivation, never on the flower buds and ceased using the pesticides on plants in September 2018.
Triple M has and will continue to place its patient’s safety first and apologizes for any inconvenience this review may cause. From inception, Triple M has operated in a manner that maintains strict compliance with all requirements and will work with the DPH to ensure compliance in the future.
Triple M will provide updates on this situation on Triple M’s web site www.mm-ma.org, as they become available.