The recent issue of avocado pesticides and their potential contamination of marijuana greenhouses illustrates how the current filter requirements are useless, because clearly, they open up all the vents. Many municipalities are more restrictive by requiring that no untreated air leave the greenhouse. This would solve the stench problem and allow ag growers to treat their adjoining crops without fear of lawsuits. Unless this rule is enacted we will be forever smelling the stench of this crop that never should have been allowed in an urban environment in the first place.  

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