Hemp testing from start to finish
If you’re working in the hemp arena, The Good Lab is here to help. We don’t just test your sample and hand you a report; we work with you to use that report to make your process or product better. Whether you’re a farmer trying to decide when to harvest or an extractor working on improving efficiency, we can set up a testing strategy to make sure that the results you get give you information you can use.
Farmers & Growers
Come harvest time, you want to make sure your crop is at or below the 0.3% THC threshold to be compliant with state and federal laws. Optimum harvest time depends on choosing the right hemp strain for your growing conditions and monitoring growth along the way. The best way to do that is through potency testing before you harvest. By watching THC and CBD numbers as the plant progresses, we can help you predict the optimum time to harvest to get the best return on your investment.
Buyers & Sellers
Lab results can vary, most often due to how the sample was taken. We can test hemp to verify the potency of what you’re buying or selling, then talk to you about the best way to sample biomass for more accurate results to be sure you’re getting the best value for your dollar.
We work with a lot of extractors to verify the potency of their products. Our professionals can set up a testing strategy that will help you dial in the efficiency of your process to make sure you’re getting the most out of every run. FECO, crude, distillate, isolate, we can test it. Need help getting your equipment calibrated? Developing new extraction equipment or technology? We can help with that too.
Product Developers & Formulators
Putting a quality hemp product on the market is a lot harder than simply mixing isolate into olive oil. Analytical testing is the only way to know for sure if you’re hitting your potency and homogeneity targets. We can test your base concentrate or oil to make sure your formulation is correct before you mix. We work with clients to resolve issues around potency, formulation, homogeneity, and more.
There is so much activity in the hemp arena that it’s hard to predict what innovative product or technology is on the horizon. From hemp seed oil to chocolate sauce, cutting-edge extraction processes to new harvesting techniques, we see it all.