Experts recommend that cannabis companies looking to make a successful sale of greenhouse facilities on the secondary market ensure their properties are well-maintained and priced appropriately as well as seek out buyers from the ornamental and vegetable market.
Articles by Laura Drotleff :
Bum seeds. Females that turn into males. Hemp plants that go into THC overdrive and must be destroyed.
Cannabis producers have seen firsthand the devastation that inconsistent genetics and pests can have on a crop.
Cannabis producers have long held the belief that marijuana and hemp are less water intensive than other commodity crops, making it an ideal alternative for drought-stricken or arid growing regions.
American Indian communities are increasingly collaborating to get a piece of the explosive growth of the cannabis industry by offering products based on tribal medicine from their ancestral origins.
The partnerships are helping break down longstanding barriers to indigenous entrepreneurship in the marijuana and hemp industries.
Planning for what happens after a cannabis crop is harvested is as important as cultivating the crop.
Cannabis growers in the American West haven’t escaped the massive water shortages this year that have forced farmers growing crops such as almonds and blueberries to rip out plants or let them die in the field.
New products are hitting shelves as delta-8 THC bans in a number of states cause manufacturers and retailers to pivot away from the popular compound and try to make up sales.