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by   |   July 29, 2022

Sound Science & Transparency for the CBD Industry

An interview with Dr. Allison Justice, Founder of the Hemp Mine.

by   |   May 03, 2022

Why Automation & Control are Critical Systems for Serious Cannabis Growers

While human skill and small-scale cannabis growing strategies were predominant before legalization, the future of commercial cannabis relies on automation and standardization.

by   |   April 08, 2022

Legacy to Legal: How Tech Helped the Transition

Head Cultivator at Grizzly Peak, Gonzalo Soto shares his experience building a new legacy for his family in the legal cannabis space.

by   |   March 30, 2022

Buzz Words: Cannabis Crop Steering

If you are only just now stepping into the world of crop steering — get ready.

by   |   March 16, 2022

Problem Solving in Cannabis Cultivation Begins with Detailed Data

Sensors and IoT provide the complex data necessary for troubleshooting and problem-solving in a cannabis grow.

by   |   March 01, 2022

Smart Cannabis - Environment Sensors Provide Cultivators Deep Intelligence

Smart technology is providing unprecendented insight for farmers.

by   |   February 01, 2022

Resolving Environmental Fluctuations with Environmental Control Technologies

Maintaining consistent conditions in cannabis cultivation is critical for optimizing the crop.

by   |   December 28, 2021

How HVAC Can Make or Break an Indoor Cannabis Operation

Keeping conditions consistent in an indoor cannabis grow starts with proper HVAC equipment.

by   |   September 23, 2021

Cultivation Dehumidification

Humidity impacts cannabis cultivation at every growth stage, but how much is too much?

by   |   September 21, 2021

Multi-Spectral Technologies for Cannabis Cultivation

Widely used in other industries for inspection and analysis, multispectral technology has exploded in agricultural applications — including cannabis.

by   |   September 09, 2021

Vegetative vs Generative Growth: Crop Steering Fundamentals

Techniques and principles of cannabis crop steering with a free, downloadable guide!

by   |   August 31, 2021

A Vested Interest: A Recipe for Success in Cannabis Consulting

Ellis Smith with American Cannabis Company discusses a new, more hands-on approach to cannabis consulting.

by   |   August 11, 2021

New Colorado Bill Aims to Reduce the Risks of Cross-Pollination

Cross-pollination has become such a menace to the cannabis and hemp industries it now requires legislation.

by   |   August 02, 2021

Drone Tech for Hemp Crops

Drone technology is revolutionizing modern agriculture, including hemp cultivation.

by   |   July 17, 2021

Cannabis Cultivation is All About Control

Cultivation technology provides the necessary tools and data to ensure cannabis consistency, improve yields, and prevent crop loss.

by   |   June 14, 2021

The Best Smart Grow Apps [2021 Update]

Long gone are the days of cannabis farmers scribbling illegible notes on stained notepads in the grow room. Today there is a growing marketplace of community-driven, expert-developed grow applications for mobile devices. Now, thanks to recent advancements in cloud-based technology, and our increasing obsession with mobile technologies, a cultivator can see everything they need to know about their crop all in one place.

by   |   May 28, 2021

Proving the Tech: Consistent Conditions Equal Consistent Cannabis

Case studies from Agrify show why precision ag tech is the future of cannabis.

by   |   March 02, 2021

How to Identify and Prevent Nutrient Deficiencies in Cannabis

Identifying and preventing nutrient deficiencies before they start is vital for all cannabis growers, big or small.

by   |   February 23, 2021

How AI and Robotics are Disrupting Trends in the Cannabis Industry

Modern technology is changing the way cannabis farmed, produced, delivered, and even consumed.

by   |   August 31, 2020

Satellite Imagery Helps Hemp Farmers

Cannabis Tech host, Genifer Murray, speaks with Ramin Azar from Planetary Remote Sensing to better understand the technology and the possibilities it presents.