In Part 4, Dr. Askew explains matrix spikes and duplicate QC analyses for those looking to vet their lab partners
Vetting consultants properly and tracking progress on important projects can help you get the most out of your experience.
Smyth sat in a session on budtender training at last week’s NCIA Cannabis Business Summit and offers her summary of the events.
Save the Dates for the 6th Annual Food Safety Consortium conference in Schaumburg, IL, a summit of Food Safety and Quality Assurance (FSQA) industry experts and government officials. The 2018 Food Safety Consortium will have a cannabis track this year where topics will include: regulations, standards, cannabis food safety & quality and much more.
There are many regulations, standards and guidelines for water testing, but here is what you need to know to keep your water safe.
Steven Burton breaks down which certifications and standards cannabis companies should look at, both domestically and internationally.
Christian Sweeney discusses four key aspects of processing cannabis: cultivation, extraction, analytics and biochemistry.
In the fourth part of this series, we’ll discuss the need for more documentation for a CCP deviation, verification and a written recall plan.
In the 6th and final part of the Cannabis Cultivation Virtual Conference, Dr. Hope Jones, CSO of C4 Labs, discusses cannabis tissue culture micropropagation, mitigating risk from viruses and cost analyses.
In Part 5 of the Cannabis Cultivation Virtual Conference, Ivor Noble, founder and CEO of CannaAirCare, discusses their technology solution for mitigating mold growth in grow rooms.