Cannabis Cultivation and Solar: Improving Energy Efficiency in the Industry
The cannabis industry’s ecological footprint is not as green as we think, but solar may help.
There’s nothing a cannabis cultivator enjoys more than harvesting the dense, fragrant buds at the end of a successful grow. However, getting there takes a touch of finesse, as well as an understanding of basic plant biology. Getting the early parts of the growing process right is essential to reaping a dream yield.
A first of its kind in Asia, the Cannabis Investor Symposium in Hong Kong is just around the corner. Although stringent cannabis laws prevent cannabis consumption in most Asian countries, signs show attitudes may be slowly shifting.
As James Bradley and his associates ended one project in Las Vegas, they were left seeking a new opportunity. With a philosophy that perfection is not a destination, but a journey – he and his team set out to revolutionize LED lighting systems and join the momentum in a budding industry.
The benefits of blockchain technology as applied to the global supply chain are threefold: traceability, efficiency, and compliance. It's why it makes inherent sense to apply blockchain technology to the many emerging cannabis markets around the globe.
In short order, Canadian’s will be enjoying the sweet smell of cannabis out in the open. With the federal government essentially allowing unfettered access to the plant through online, mail order, and in-store sales, it’s a move set to launch the trajectory of many other peripheral industries as well.
Testing requirements and regulations are continuing to pinch many California cannabis producers. Emerald Test and Labvantage are two companies stepping up to help the industry get testing standards under control.
In this Cultivate webcast, Genifer Murray sits down with Miriam Konz, Managing Director for Kadence’s Boston office, to talk about the results from a recent survey aimed to understand cannabis consumers better.