Steinfeld takes a look at California’s cannabis water regulations and provides some tips to make sure you know your water rights.
There are a number of options to explore when considering environmental monitoring for your cannabis cultivation facility.
With an entire track dedicated to cannabis this year, attendees will learn about a range of critical issues connecting cannabis and food safety, from product safety to quality in edibles manufacturing to regulations and standards.
There are many regulations, standards and guidelines for water testing, but here is what you need to know to keep your water safe.
In the 6th and final part of the Cannabis Cultivation Virtual Conference, Dr. Hope Jones, CSO of C4 Labs, discusses cannabis tissue culture micropropagation, mitigating risk from viruses and cost analyses.
In Part 2 of the Cannabis Cultivation Virtual Conference, Dr. Nadia Sabeh, Founder/President of Dr. Greenhouse, discusses the critical roles that VPD, airflow, CO2, and other parameters play in the dynamic indoor environment, and reviews different systems and strategies you can use to manage them.
In Part 1 of the Cannabis Cultivation Virtual Conference, Adam Jacques, Co-Founder of Grower’s Guild Gardens, Sproutly, covers topics related to proper breeding procedures, “hunting” particular phenotypes and developing specific cannabinoids and terpenes.
The consumer education initiative, launched by the Cannabis Certification Council, draws parallels between consumer choices in food and cannabis.
Find out more about the upcoming, complimentary Cannabis Cultivation Virtual Conference, set for May 23rd.
The state has started accepting applications, finalized their regulations and local towns are preparing for the day when sales begin June 1st.