When you take a long-term approach to planning, budgeting, and equipping a cannabis growing operation, you build more efficiency — and profits — into it.
Mite pests have become a problem for cannabis growers. To reduce crop losses, follow these best practices for better best management.
Griffin will be hosting a half-day educational workshop in Lancaster, PA, on Sept. 26, that will focus on crop protection and nutrition, as well as sanitation.
Producers in California have until Sept. 6 to weigh in on how regulations might affect them.
Cannabis production requires a lot of electricity, and some states are now offering growers energy rebates if they switch to LED lighting.
Zerez Holdings, which does business as Smart Cannabis, says its in-house design process and new mobile app have helped it speed up the production process.
A report from the Society of American Florists notes that cannabis growers and investors are eyeing the Golden State’s agriculturally zoned land, and marijuana could take a bite out of the state’s flower production acreage.
While few universities offer specific courses in cannabis, many of them teach similar skills that can be applied to the ever-growing cannabis field.
Prevention of pest introduction is the most critical first step in an effective pest management program.
Professional growers have much to offer the emerging cannabis market, according to the co-owner of Knox Medical, one of the licensed cannabis producers in Florida.
On May 17, the Maryland Cannabis Commission voted in favor of awarding the first full permit to grow marijuana for the state’s medical program.
During the National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association’s Spring Meeting, MedMen’s Damian Solomon provided an update on the transition from low-tech cultivation to more advanced indoor production.
Whether it’s overfeeding plants or failure to monitor pH in your water, here are five of the most common pitfalls you can avoid with some preparation and careful monitoring.