Learn more about combating cannabis plant pests with a low-toxicity solution: beneficial organisms such as predatory mites, parasitoid wasps, nematodes and more.
John Chandler farmed more than 300 acres of certified organic produce for many years before he became a professional cannabis producer in Colorado in 2012. He has a horticulture degree from Texas A&M University and is a certified crop adviser through the American Society of Agronomy. He currently advises professional cannabis cultivators across the country as the vice president of cultivation technology for Colorado-based Urban-Gro.
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Here are five considerations for irrigation system setup every commercial cultivator needs to know. Set up marijuana growing zones that are easy to monitor.
If you’re a commercial cannabis cultivator looking to achieve organic certification, it is possible, though not through traditional channels.
Our new cannabis cultivation columnist comes to the marijuana space with a background in large-scale organic farming, a horticulture degree from Texas A&M and experience farming over 300 acres of certified organic produce in the field and in the large hydroponic greenhouses.
RED OAK, Iowa — Police in southwestern Iowa have arrested a 10-year-old boy and the boy’s mother after officers say the boy tried to sell marijuana to a classmate. Shenandoah radio station KMA-AM reports that officers were called Monday to an elementary school in Red Oak, leading officers to search…
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