yield, potency and flavor. Only potency however can be tested and that comes from a 2 gram sample? Who took that sample and from which flowers? I can show you 10 samples taken from different plants or sections and you will see 10 different potency results. How is potency defined, by THC alone? That is total bullshit. Look at CBC, CBG and THVC for example, which are seldom ever tested. I used to be the interim marketing director for Alpha Nova, who developed the cannalytics TLC test, and I was a certified tester. We already knew then that you can easily influence tests by providing the right sample.
How do they test yield? And what yield? Per W? Per day growing? Per square meter? I could not find it on the website. Flavor is also something very personal and in many ways a result of the drying and curing process, and the time you have a plant under light. You can argue that drying and curing is not a part of the cultivation process, but a processing skill.
yield, potency and flavor seldom go hand in hand. Cultivation methods differ for different cultivars. You know as well as I do that growing a specific cultivar optimally might take a few cycles to tune in. And then of course, at what cost is it grown? I can promise you that if you take for example an all plasma room that you will get phenomenal results, but no cultivator will ever use that as a commercial setup.
So what does it prove and how accurate are the results? It is, again, IMHO a great marketing showcase and for that it serves a purpose. I’m not sure however how consumers benefit from it.
btw… I see no scientists on the team? And no mission?