Characterization of trichome phenotypes to assess maturation and flower development in Cannabis sativa L. by automatic trichome gland analysis

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ASTM International's Committee on Cannabis (D37) began developing technical standards for cannabis stakeholders in 2017.[1] The committee was formed after a January conference hosted by American Public Health Association,[2] an organizational meeting on Feb. 28 at ASTM International's global headquarters in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, and approval by the organization's board of directors on April 25.[3] Americans for Safe Access (ASA) and many other organizations are partnering with ASTM International to develop seed-to-consumer quality standards that ASA say they hope become mandatory.[4] D37 includes several subcommittees: indoor and outdoor horticulture and agriculture; quality management systems; laboratory; processing and handling; security and transportation; and personnel training, assessment, and credentialing.[5]


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