Failure, the learning experience and the subsequent rapid innovation can often be a blessing in disguise. See how failure helped Dr. Roggen and Soheil Nasseri turn their research into something productive.
Libbey suggests we all use the new free time we have for some reflection: Small changes in the way we think and behave can lead to significant change.
The practice of checking mother plants for Endophytic mold is not yet commonplace in cannabis, but the hemp business is leading the way. They’re testing to create very clean plants, so you don’t have issues during cultivation.
More and more Americans are showing up in the cannabis industry in Europe. What is the skinny?
Will New York be the next state to legalize adult use cannabis? Peter Cifichiello details the possibilities, the realities and the prospect of the Empire State following through on Governor Cuomo’s promises.
If you can increase density in your crops, you should theoretically be able to increase yield and thus improve your overall ROI.
The USDA released guidelines for hemp testing, but questions remain for the future of proper quality and safety guidelines.
The end of the Green Rush means we can now focus on safeguarding cannabis’ future, and not pillaging it for a quick profit.
The DesignLights Consortium provides a valuable resource to growers: the ability to compare different types of lighting and the standards they meet as well as review the research behind lighting technologies.
How are hemp and CBD regulated? How does the FDA treat CBD as a drug or as a food ingredient? Nathan Libbey takes a stab at those questions and more in this piece.