The series begins September 8 and runs through December 22. Registration is now open.
The future of packaging is ripe for capitalization by the drivers of sustainability culture. With the battle lines drawn and forces at play in motion, change is now inevitable. The question arises: how quickly can the industry grow in the space of the next decade?
With the European Green Deal spurring a sharp rise of interest in using hemp for construction, there are a number of sustainability lessons to be learned that can be applied in the US. The construction industry, and particularly hempcrete product manufacturers, should pay close attention as the EU expands green construction practices, including the use of hempcrete.
Communication is key for efficient interaction between cultivation and business functions at any cannabis operator. According to Lucas, cultivation directors should be tackling these topics with their operations managers as they prepare for summer 2020 and beyond.
The event was originally planned to take place October 21-23 in Schaumburg, Illinois. It is now being converted to a series of webinars that will take place every Tuesday over the course of eight weeks.
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.
From formulating the plan to worker safety, pesticide regulations and REI times – This is the ultimate guide to integrated pest management. Learn how to effectively implement an IPM plan and use the right tools in the right way at the right time.
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.
The Center for Food Safety just released their new Hemp CBD Scorecard and Medterra, among others, received an ‘A’ letter grade. We sat down with Jay Hartenbach, CEO of Medterra, to find out what they are doing to get such high marks.
The Cannabis Labs/Food Labs Conference will be held virtually June 1–5 and registration will be complimentary. Additionally, the Cannabis Quality Conference is still scheduled for October 21–23, but the conference has developed a contingency plan to be held virtually if COVID-19 continues to be a serious health concern throughout the fall season.