The state has started accepting applications, finalized their regulations and local towns are preparing for the day when sales begin June 1st.
With a slow start to licensing and new rules coming, some fear a potential shortage is in the distance for California.
This free, 1-hour webinar co-hosted by NEHA and CIJ, will be held May 2nd at 1pm EST: A hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) plan has historically been applied by the food manufacturing industry and later foodservice to control food safety. Both a food facility and a restaurant strive to sell food that is safe for consumption, that will not cause injury or illness. As the cannabis industry grows in the manufacture of cannabis-infused products, namely edibles, lessons can be learned from the progress and success of programs like Good Manufacturing Practices, HACCP, Juice HACCP and the Food Safety Modernization Act. One side of the coin is compliance with regulations; the other side of the coin is taking all necessary steps to ensure a safe product for the consumer. We will also discuss the disparities in state-to-state cannabis safety and quality regulations, and implications for infused-product manufacturers.
Using sensors in the field to collect more data allows you to precisely monitor and control your cannabis plants.
The CannaGrow Expo is open to all, 18+, and is intended for cannabis growers, grow managers, dispensary owners, and grow enthusiasts to explore the latest cannabis cultivation technology, tools, and techniques.
CannaGrow Palm Springs will feature a selection of 35+ cultivation-focused educational sessions lead by world-class growers over two action-packed days, endless networking with cultivators from around the globe, and an expo hall packed with the latest tools & technology for growing cannabis.
Cannabis Business Summit & Expo was the winner of Trade Show Executive’s Fastest 50 Award in 2016, honoring the fastest-growing trade shows held in the U.S., and the winner of The Denver Post’s The Cannabist Golden Pineapple Award in 2016 for Best Business Event.
The annual summit, hosted by the cannabis industry’s only national trade association, returns to the Bay Area, the epicenter of the cannabis movement, to bring together more than 6,000 of the industry’s best and brightest minds.
Serious, like-minded entrepreneurs will convene for three days to learn how to grow their businesses and to achieve new levels of success in five all-encompassing educational tracks.
Important information cultivators should know to control all grow environments and reduce mold and contaminants.
10 fast and easy steps all cultivators should take to quickly diminish mold growth.
Using energy efficient technologies, growers should embrace sustainable practices to improve their bottom line.
We sit down with Smith to learn about his organization and why he’s promoting the local craft cannabis industry in Oregon.