Colorado's largest pot grower sued by two consumers over pesticide use

LivWell sued by pair of users over selling pot grown with unallowed pesticide that allegedly turns into cyanide when smoked
Denver Post (US)
Monday, October 5, 2015

A pair of marijuana users in Colorado — one of them a medical-card holder with a brain tumor — have sued the state's largest pot grower for allegedly using a potentially dangerous pesticide on the pot they later purchased. The lawsuit against LivWell Inc. by Brandan Flores and Brandie Larrabee seeks class-action status and alleges the company for years inappropriately used Eagle 20, a heavy-hitting pesticide with myclobutanil that kills a variety of pests endangering the plants. (See also: Colorado yields to marijuana industry pressure on pesticides)