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In a guest post blog for the National Cannabis Industry Association, Hunter + Esquire CEO and Co-Founder Bryan Passman shares how commercial cannabis companies can make the right staffing moves in a post-COVID-19 operating environment.
Learn more about an opportunity to see the latest new plants up close and in-person.
Unit heaters used in greenhouse applications require some TLC to keep functioning at full capacity. Proper maintenance will keep them running efficiently for years to come.
A look at the largest cannabis producers in North America shows that just like many other segments of agriculture, the big are getting bigger.
USDA recently approved $1.2 billion in contracts through its Farmers to Families Food Box Program in a continued response to the coronavirus crisis. While the move is positive, it’s not without some controversy.
The Co-Founder of a nationwide legal cannabis and hemp professional agronomist network gave a brief presentation on applying traditional agronomy principles in cannabis, and an IPM consultant for Koppert talked the latest with beneficial bugs.
On Tuesday, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi unveiled the newest bill to provide the next stage of coronavirus relief funding and included language that would improve access to banking services and loans for the regulated cannabis industry.
The money is designed to support the development of urban agriculture and innovative production projects.
The co-founder of a California cannabis testing lab shares his view on cannabis’ shiny new essential status, and some analysis of Florida’s recently approved hemp pilot program and USDA- issued guidance for financial institutions in dealing with hemp growers.