The cannabis industry is using its pioneering ingenuity to overcome supply chain woes.
Properly integrating hemp into less-sustainable agricultural regions and efficiently using the biomass could be the first steps to a brighter future.
Because of the equipment crunch, used equipment values are skyrocketing as producers seek solutions to the supply chain nightmare.
Technology innovations in cannabis consumption look to solve a variety of problems.
Is it time to bring hemp back into livestock diets?
Everyone is riding the wave of cannabis legislation, including places of higher education - but the question for many is - "Is it worth the investment?"
A unique, dual perspective in consumer purchasing data for cannabis and alcohol.
To operate and invest in the cannabis sector in 2021, you must pay attention to who is holding and developing intellectual property.
From the cultivator to the consumer, the cannabis industry must do more.
This scholarship program provides an opportunity for students to bring fresh innovations to a growing industry.
When it comes to paying taxes to the state and the IRS, all cannabis operators must deal with the limitations of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 280E.
A true, whole-plant approach to cannabis and hemp waste management.
Why lawmakers and regulators need to move faster to regulate lab-produced cannabinoids.
With the rapid growth of the cannabis industry, so too has the risk of warehouses, dispensaries, and grow operations becoming the target of a crime.
Is big tech turning the corner in a quest for cannabis acceptance?
As consumers become more aware of contaminants and pathogens in their products, it’s crucial for the cannabis and hemp industries to take note.
A review of lesser-known cannabinoids and their potential.
Why cannabis companies should adopt a ‘Technology-First’ instead of ‘Technology-Last’ approach.
Accreditation is an important factor when researching any college; however, in a burgeoning industry with many for-profit schools jumping on board, cannabis students would be wise to do their homework.
Cannabis and hemp equipment manufacturers across the nation are experiencing significant supply chain problems.