Identifying and preventing nutrient deficiencies before they start is vital for all cannabis growers, big or small.
A small step in the right direction, new USDA rulings for hemp take effect in March.
Hemp is a versatile crop with dozens of uses, but how sustainable is it?
Cultivators of all sizes need to understand prevention and treatment methods for powdery mildew.
Autoflowers are the most popular variety in amateur growing but play no role in commercial cultivation. We discuss the commercial future of autoflowers.
Kason, Marion Process Solutions, and ABM Equipment join forces to solve post-harvest challenges with integrated solutions.
Complexities of a highly regulated industry create challenges when scaling up production.
Graham Farrar from Glass House Group shares insights from his sun-grown, ocean-grown greenhouse operation in Santa Barbara, California.
Hemp Borer infestation can cause catastrophic crop loss and a low-tech approach is often the best.
Act now, these programs won't last forever!
The increase in drying ovens has also meant an increase in risk for the hemp processor.
Rapid drying speeds up processing time, but at what cost?
Is the quest for THC-rich cannabis worthwhile?
Live webcast and panel discussion with Fluence by OSRAM, Friday, November 6th at 10am (MST).
Quality cannabis doesn't skip curing.
Regulations dictate the disposal of stalks, stems, and trim.
No matter how we define it, the last twelve months have been a challenging year.
Choosing the right storage solution is critical to product quality and profits.
Cannabis Tech host, Genifer Murray, speaks with Ramin Azar from Planetary Remote Sensing to better understand the technology and the possibilities it presents.
Protecting industry secrets sparks high competition and patent wars.