(a) The laboratory shall analyze at minimum 0.5 grams of the representative sample of cannabis or cannabis product to determine whether residual pesticides are present. (b) The laboratory shall report whether any Category I Residual Pesticides are detected above the limit of detection (LOD) and shall report the result of the Category II Residual Pesticides testing in unit micrograms per gram (µg/g) on the COA. The laboratory shall indicate “pass” or “fail” on the COA. (c) The laboratory shall establish a limit of quantification (LOQ) of 0.10 µg/g or lower for all Category I Residual Pesticides. (d) The sample shall be deemed to have passed the residual pesticides testing if both of the following conditions are met: (1) The presence of any residual pesticide listed in the following tables in Category I are not detected, and (2) The presence of any residual pesticide listed in the following tables in Category II does not exceed the indicated action levels. (e) If a sample fails residual pesticides testing, the batch from which the sample was collected fails pesticides testing and shall not be released for retail sale. Authority: Section 26013, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 26100, 26104 and 26110, Business and Professions Code.