ORELAPIRON LaboratoriesNELAP Accredited Laboratory

ORELAP Cert No. 4092-002
OLCC No. 1002158CD2E

Oregon Compliant Marijuana Potency Analysis by
High Performance Liquid Chromatography

Testing Accreditation #: 4092-002 Test Certificate #: 115800-001
Client Name, Sample Details

45th Parallel Farms LLC
Dallas, OR 97338
Sample: Northern Wreck
License: 010-100164183CE
Type: Usable Marijuana
Method: FE04-OR4 HPLC1100-OR1
Metrc Test Pkg#: 1A4010300000DAD000002893
Metrc Source Pkg#: 1A4010300000DAD000002772
***Water Activity: 0.448
***Moisture: 13.037%

Test Conditions

Prepsheet ID#: ORP190322a
Scale: XS205-OR1
Temp: 21.4 °C
Baro PE: 999.6 hPa
Analyst: HRM
Technician: EDT

Sample ID#: 115800

Lot #: Northern Wreck Harvest 10/17/2018
Batch #: 115800
Batch Weight (g): 6810
Harvest/Process Date: 10/17/2018
Date Received: 03/19/2019
Test Date: 03/27/2019

Sample #115800
Sample #115800 Sample #115800
Test
Compounds
CBDV CBDA CBD CBC CBG CBN THC THCA THCV Total THC Total CBD
Amount N/D 0.12% N/D 0.11% 0.26% 0.16% 2.31% 34.14% N/D 32.25% 0.11%
LOQ 0.05% 0.05% 0.05% 0.05% 0.05% 0.05% 0.05% 0.05% 0.05%
Uncertainty 4.30% RPD 2.20% RPD 2.53% RPD 2.00% RPD 2.21% RPD 1.89% RPD 0.00% RPD 0.87% RPD 3.47% RPD

LOQ = Limit of Quantitation

RPD is relative percent difference between the LCS and LCS duplicate.

%RPD = Relative Percent Difference; Min. Value = Minimum Detectable Amount, CFU = Colony Forming Units, N/D = Not Detected

*** Designated tests that use the method FE-45.

Total CBD or THC is the calculated sum of CBD or THC and the amount of CBD or THC derived from CBDA or THCA, respectively. These values are calculated by adding a molar correction factor of 0.877 to the CBDA or THCA value.

SOP FE-01-OR9 was used in accordance with OAR 333-007 for sampling. All marijuana items are sampled and tested in accordance with OAR 333-007-0300 to 333-007-490 and OAR 333-064-0100 to 333-064-0110.

This certificate shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of Iron Laboratories, LLC.

Joseph Rutowski Iron laboratories Joseph Rutowski

Iron Labs Oregon complies with 2009 TNI Environmental Laboratory Standards.

Tested by Iron Laboratories Oregon, 71 Centennial Loop Suite D Eugene, OR 97401

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ORELAPIRON LaboratoriesNELAP Accredited Laboratory

ORELAP Cert No. 4092-002
OLCC No. 1002158CD2E

Oregon Compliant QC Report

Testing Accreditation #: 4092-002 Test Certificate #: 115800-001
Client Name, Sample Details

45th Parallel Farms LLC
Dallas, OR 97338
Sample: Northern Wreck
License: 010-100164183CE
Type: Usable Marijuana
Method: FE04-OR4 HPLC1100-OR1
Metrc Test Pkg#: 1A4010300000DAD000002893
Metrc Source Pkg#: 1A4010300000DAD000002772
***Water Activity: 0.448
***Moisture: 13.037%

Test Conditions

Prepsheet ID#: ORP190322a
Scale: XS205-OR1
Temp: 21.4 °C
Baro PE: 999.6 hPa
Analyst: HRM
Technician: EDT

Sample ID#: 115800

Lot #: Northern Wreck Harvest 10/17/2018
Batch #: 115800
Batch Weight (g): 6810
Harvest/Process Date: 10/17/2018
Date Received: 03/19/2019
Test Date: 03/27/2019

Sample #115800
Target Compound Name Method Blank (μg/g) LCS Spike (μg/g) LCS Amount (μg/g) Percent Recovery (%) LCS LCS Duplicate Amount (μg/g) Percent Recovery (%) LCSD Relative Percent Difference (%) QC Flag
Cannabidivarin (CBDV) N.D. 5.84 5.92 101.37 6.18 105.82 4.30%
Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDA) N.D. 5.64 5.85 103.72 5.98 106.03 2.20%
Cannabigerol (CBG) N.D. 6.05 5.82 96.20 5.95 98.35 2.21%
Cannabidiol (CBD) N.D. 6.03 5.85 97.01 6.00 99.50 2.53%
Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV) N.D. 6.11 5.95 97.38 6.16 100.82 3.47%
Cannabinol (CBN) N.D. 6.23 5.78 92.78 5.89 94.54 1.89%
Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) N.D. 7.75 6.65 85.81 6.65 85.81 0.00%
Cannabichromene (CBC) N.D. 7.35 6.45 87.76 6.58 89.52 2.00%
Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) N.D. 6.22 6.86 110.29 6.92 111.25 0.87%

N.D. = Not Detected

LR = indicates compound recovery of matrix spike was outside the methods acceptable limits. (70-130%) Low recovery should be scrutinized for possible fail as it could indicate more compound present than is detected.

I = indicates that an amount of an interfering compound greater than the methods limit of detection was detected in the method blank sample. May indicate contamination of analytical system or consumables.

Q = indicates that the relative percent diference of two identicly prepared Matrix Spike samples for a target analyte was greater than 20%

HR = indicates compound recovery of matrix spike was outside the methods acceptable limits. (70-130%) high recoveries should be scrutinized for passing as more compound may be detected than is actually present in the sample.

SOP FE-01-OR9 was used in accordance with OAR 333-007 for sampling. All marijuana items are sampled and tested in accordance with OAR 333-007-0300 to 333-007-490 and OAR 333-064-0100 to 333-064-0110.

This certificate shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of Iron Laboratories, LLC.

Joseph Rutowski Iron laboratories Joseph Rutowski

Iron Labs Oregon complies with 2009 TNI Environmental Laboratory Standards.

Tested by Iron Laboratories Oregon, 71 Centennial Loop Suite D Eugene, OR 97401

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ORELAPIRON LaboratoriesNELAP Accredited Laboratory

ORELAP Cert No. 4092-002
OLCC No. 1002158CD2E

Oregon Compliant Pesticide Analysis by
Mass Spectrometer

Testing Accreditation #: 4092-002 Test Certificate #: 115800-001
Client Name, Sample Details

45th Parallel Farms LLC
Dallas, OR 97338
Sample: Northern Wreck
License: 010-100164183CE
Type: Usable Marijuana
Method: FE-52 (EN 15662 & AOAC 2007.01)
Metrc Test Pkg#: 1A4010300000DAD000002893
Metrc Source Pkg#: 1A4010300000DAD000002772

Test Conditions

Prepsheet ID#: ORPS190320a
Scale: Veritas-OR1
Temp: 22.4 °C
Baro PE: 994.5 hPa
Analyst: JDM
Technician: JDM

Sample ID#: 115800

Lot #: Northern Wreck Harvest 10/17/2018
Batch #: 115800
Batch Weight (g): 6810
Harvest/Process Date: 10/17/2018
Date Received: 03/19/2019
Test Date: 03/25/2019

Sample #115800
Compound MRL (µg/g) LOD (µg/g) Status (µg/g)   Compound MRL (µg/g) LOD (µg/g) Status (µg/g)
Aldicarb 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD Abamectin**** 0.500 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Acephate 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD Acequinocyl 2.000 0.246 Pass/<LOD
Acetamiprid 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Azoxystrobin 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Bifenazate 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Bifenthrin 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Boscalid 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD Carbaryl 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Carbofuran 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Chlorantraniliprole 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Chlorfenapyr 1.000 0.492 Pass/<LOD Chlorpyrifos 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Clofentezine 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Cyfluthrin** 1.000 0.492 Pass/<LOD
Cypermethrin*** 1.000 0.492 Pass/<LOD Daminozide 1.000 0.123 Pass/<LOD
DDVP (Dichlorvos) 1.000 0.246 Pass/<LOD Diazinon 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Dimethoate 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Ethoprophos 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Etofenprox 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD Etoxazole 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Fenoxycarb 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Fenpyroximate 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Fipronil 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD Flonicamid 1.000 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Fludioxonil 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD Hexythiazox 1.000 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Imazalil 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Imidacloprid 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Kresoxim Methyl 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD Malathion 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Metalaxyl 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Methiocarb 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Methomyl 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD Methyl Parathion 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
MGK-264‡ 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Myclobutanil 0.000 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Naled 0.500 0.123 Pass/<LOD Oxamyl 1.000 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Paclobutrazol 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD Permethrins† 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Phosmet 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Piperonyl Butoxide 2.000 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Prallethrin 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Propiconazole 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Propoxur 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Pyrethrins* 1.000 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Pyridaben 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Spinosad***** 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Spiromesifen 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Spirotetramat 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Spiroxamine‡ 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD Tebuconazole 0.400 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Thiacloprid 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD Thiamethoxam 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD
Trifloxystrobin 0.200 0.123 Pass/<LOD

* Pyrethrins are reported as the sum of Jasmolin I, Cinerin I, and Pyrethrin I
** Cyfluthrins are reported as the sum of isomers Cyfluthrin I, II, III, and IV
*** Cypermethrins are reported as the sum of isomers Cypermethrin I, II, III, and IV
**** Abamectin is reported as the sum of Avermectin B1a and Avermectin B1b
***** Spinosad is reported as the sum of Spinosyn A and Spinosyn D
† Permethrin and Prallethrin are reported as the sum of cis and trans isomers
‡ MGK-264 and Spiroximine are reported as the sum of isomers I and II
MRL - Maximum Residue Limit; LOD - Limit of Detection

SOP FE-01-OR9 was used in accordance with OAR 333-007 for sampling. All marijuana items are sampled and tested in accordance with OAR 333-007-0300 to 333-007-490 and OAR 333-064-0100 to 333-064-0110.

This certificate shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of Iron Laboratories, LLC.

Joseph Rutowski Iron laboratories Joseph Rutowski

Iron Labs Oregon complies with 2009 TNI Environmental Laboratory Standards.

Tested by Iron Laboratories Oregon, 71 Centennial Loop Suite D Eugene, OR 97401

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ORELAPIRON LaboratoriesNELAP Accredited Laboratory

ORELAP Cert No. 4092-002
OLCC No. 1002158CD2E

Oregon Compliant Pesticide QC Report

Testing Accreditation #: 4092-002 Test Certificate #: 115800-001
Client Name, Sample Details

45th Parallel Farms LLC
Dallas, OR 97338
Sample: Northern Wreck
License: 010-100164183CE
Type: Usable Marijuana
Method: FE-52 (EN 15662 & AOAC 2007.01)
Metrc Test Pkg#: 1A4010300000DAD000002893
Metrc Source Pkg#: 1A4010300000DAD000002772

Test Conditions

Prepsheet ID#: ORPS190320a
Scale: Veritas-OR1
Temp: 22.4 °C
Baro PE: 994.5 hPa
Analyst: JDM
Technician: JDM

Sample ID#: 115800

Lot #: Northern Wreck Harvest 10/17/2018
Batch #: 115800
Batch Weight (g): 6810
Harvest/Process Date: 10/17/2018
Date Received: 03/19/2019
Test Date: 03/25/2019

Sample #115800
Target Compound Name Method Blank (μg/g) QC Spike (μg/g) Matrix Spike (μg/g) Matrix Spike Duplicate (μg/g) MS recovery% MSD recovery% Relative Percent Difference (%) QC Flag
Acephate N.D. 1 1.01 1.01 101.00 101.00 0.00
Acequinocyl N.D. 1 0.475 0.489 47.50 48.90 2.90 LR
Acetamiprid N.D. 1 1.03 1.06 103.00 106.00 2.87
Aldicarb N.D. 1 0.916 0.897 91.60 89.70 2.10
Avermectin B1a N.D. 0.97 1.38 1.38 142.27 142.27 0.00 HR
Azoxystrobin N.D. 1 0.912 0.909 91.20 90.90 0.33
Bifenazate N.D. 1 0.98 0.968 98.00 96.80 1.23
Bifenthrin N.D. 1 1.29 1.29 129.00 129.00 0.00
Boscalid N.D. 1 0.974 1 97.40 100.00 2.63
Carbaryl N.D. 1 0.959 0.975 95.90 97.50 1.65
Carbofuran N.D. 1 1.04 1.02 104.00 102.00 1.94
Chlorantraniliprole N.D. 1 1.17 1.22 117.00 122.00 4.18
Chlorfenapyr N.D. 1 0.892 0.886 89.20 88.60 0.67
Chlorpyriphos N.D. 1 0.978 1.03 97.80 103.00 5.18
Clofentezine N.D. 1 1.17 1.21 117.00 121.00 3.36
Cyfluthrin N.D. 1 1.08 1.06 108.00 106.00 1.87
Cypermethrin N.D. 1 1.17 1.16 117.00 116.00 0.86
Daminoside N.D. 1 0.642 0.598 64.20 59.80 7.10 LR
Diazanon N.D. 1 1.01 0.999 101.00 99.90 1.10
Dichlorvos N.D. 1 1.16 1.18 116.00 118.00 1.71
Dimethoate N.D. 1 1.07 1.1 107.00 110.00 2.76
Ethoprophos N.D. 1 0.851 0.85 85.10 85.00 0.12
Etofenprox N.D. 1 1.02 1.03 102.00 103.00 0.98
Etoxazole N.D. 1 1.23 1.26 123.00 126.00 2.41
Fenoxycarb N.D. 1 1.05 1.07 105.00 107.00 1.89
Fenpyroximate N.D. 1 1.04 1.07 104.00 107.00 2.84
Fipronil N.D. 1 1.01 1.01 101.00 101.00 0.00
Flonicamid N.D. 1 1.07 1.07 107.00 107.00 0.00
Fludioxonil N.D. 1 1.13 0.999 113.00 99.90 12.31
Hexythiazox N.D. 1 0.794 0.721 79.40 72.10 9.64
Imazalil N.D. 1 1.19 1.34 119.00 134.00 11.86
Imidacloprid N.D. 1 1.12 1.18 112.00 118.00 5.22
Kresoxim-methyl N.D. 1 0.987 1.04 98.70 104.00 5.23
Malathion N.D. 1 0.988 1.01 98.80 101.00 2.20
Metalaxyl N.D. 1 1.21 1.22 121.00 122.00 0.82
Methiocarb N.D. 1 0.807 0.824 80.70 82.40 2.08
Methomyl N.D. 1 1.03 1.05 103.00 105.00 1.92
MGK-264 N.D. 1 0.905 0.944 90.50 94.40 4.22
Myclobutanil N.D. 1 1.08 1.11 108.00 111.00 2.74
Naled (dibrom) N.D. 1 0.694 0.657 69.40 65.70 5.48 LR
Oxamyl N.D. 1 1.13 1.19 113.00 119.00 5.17
Paclobutrazol N.D. 1 1.09 1.13 109.00 113.00 3.60
Parathion-methyl N.D. 1 0.971 0.869 97.10 86.90 11.09
Permethrins N.D. 1 1.01 1.08 101.00 108.00 6.70
Phosmet N.D. 1 1.01 0.992 101.00 99.20 1.80
Piperonyl butoxide N.D. 1 0.965 0.96 96.50 96.00 0.52
Prallethrin N.D. 1 0.884 0.913 88.40 91.30 3.23
Propiconazole N.D. 1 0.975 0.966 97.50 96.60 0.93
Propoxur N.D. 1 0.975 1.02 97.50 102.00 4.51
Pyrethrin N.D. 0.65 0.595 0.589 91.54 90.62 1.01
Pyridaben N.D. 1 1.06 1.09 106.00 109.00 2.79
SpinosynA N.D. 0.84 1.04 0.973 123.81 115.83 6.66
SpinosynD N.D. 0.16 0.203 0.195 126.88 121.88 4.02
Spiromesifen N.D. 1 0.179 0.179 17.90 17.90 0.00 LR
Spirotetramat N.D. 1 0.826 0.765 82.60 76.50 7.67
Spiroxamine N.D. 1 1.32 1.32 132.00 132.00 0.00 HR
Tebuconazole N.D. 1 1.02 0.992 102.00 99.20 2.78
Thiacloprid N.D. 1 1.12 1.15 112.00 115.00 2.64
Thiamethoxam N.D. 1 1.2 1.29 120.00 129.00 7.23
Trifloxystrobin N.D. 1 1.07 1.04 107.00 104.00 2.84

N.D. = Not Detected

I = indicates that an amount of an interfering compound greater than the methods limit of detection was detected in the method blank sample. May indicate contamination of analytical system or consumables.

Q = indicates that the relative percent diference of two identicly prepared Matrix Spike samples for a target analyte was greater than 20%

R = indicates compound recovery of matrix spike was outside the methods acceptable limits. (70-130%) Low recovery could indicate there is actually more compound present than detected; while high recoveries should be scrutinized for possible fails as more compound may be detected than is actually residual on the sample.

SOP FE-01-OR9 was used in accordance with OAR 333-007 for sampling. All marijuana items are sampled and tested in accordance with OAR 333-007-0300 to 333-007-490 and OAR 333-064-0100 to 333-064-0110.

This certificate shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of Iron Laboratories, LLC.

Joseph Rutowski Iron laboratories Joseph Rutowski

Iron Labs Oregon complies with 2009 TNI Environmental Laboratory Standards.

Tested by Iron Laboratories Oregon, 71 Centennial Loop Suite D Eugene, OR 97401

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