Find Your Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze: Department Of Agriculture Releases ListWith the arrival of cooler weather and changing trees, the time has come to begin heading out to the pumpkin patches and corn mazes.
2 Denver Pot Businesses Recalling Products With Pesticide ResiduesTwo Denver marijuana companies are recalling marijuana products that could be tainted with potentially unsafe pesticide residues.
CSU Growing Hemp Crop At A Secret Location In Southwest ColoradoColorado State University is growing a crop of hemp in southwest Colorado.
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CARE Research In Fort Collins Once Again Under Fire For Testing On BeaglesProtesters are calling on the attorney general to investigate a Fort Collins animal testing company after three beagles allegedly died there.
Many Gray Areas So Far With A New Pot Grow Concern: PesticidesTens of thousands of marijuana plants have been put on hold from curation or destroyed all together at 11 different legal pot grow operations in the city of Denver after certain pesticides were discovered being used in grow processes.
Colorado Cracking Down On Pot PesticidesColorado is planning to crack down on pesticide use in the pot industry after thousands of plants have been found treated with unauthorized chemicals.
Dog Food Debate Rages OnlineSocial media is buzzing with complaints about Beneful dog food. A federal lawsuit has been filed claiming Beneful killed a dog. Industry and state officials along with some veterinarians are reassuring consumers that Beneful and other pets foods are safe for furry friends.
Billboards Call For Action Against Fort Collins Lab Using Beagles For ResearchUnusual billboards are going up around Denver asking that drug testing on beagles be stopped, and they specifically blast one testing lab in Fort Collins.
Ash Borer Detected In New Places In BoulderThe Colorado Department of Agriculture says a destructive beetle called the emerald ash borer has been detected in additional places in Boulder.
Colorado Adopts Regulations For Hemp FarmingThe Colorado Department of Agriculture has adopted the state's first industrial hemp rules that went into effect before New Year's Day.
Tree Quarantine Set In Boulder To Stop BeetleOfficials battling the spread of a destructive beetle in Boulder County have quarantined firewood and ash.