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.
In Part 4 of the Cannabis Cultivation Virtual Conference, Dr. Allison Justice, VP of Cultivation at Outco, presents their research at OutCo of how to affect and control the chemical makeup of flower.
In Part 3 of the Cannabis Cultivation Virtual Conference, David Friedman, President of VividGro, discusses SMAA (sensing, monitoring, alerting & automating), hardware & software integration and protecting & using your data.
In Part 2 of the Cannabis Cultivation Virtual Conference, Dr. Nadia Sabeh, Founder/President of Dr. Greenhouse, discusses the critical roles that VPD, airflow, CO2, and other parameters play in the dynamic indoor environment, and reviews different systems and strategies you can use to manage them.
Using traceability systems for things like recalls, safety standards and regulatory compliance can help put public trust in cannabis businesses.
The Food Safety Consortium will address cannabis safety this year, with a focus on quality in edibles manufacturing.
Find out more about the upcoming, complimentary Cannabis Cultivation Virtual Conference, set for May 23rd.