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What Those with Cannabis Industry Training Need to Know About Advanced Cannabis Growing Techniques

Despite its cultural and economic power, cannabis plants are at their simplest level agricultural products. This means that they are susceptible to the same variables that impact the quality, consistency, and yield of all other plants, like water, air, light, and nutrients.  Advanced cannabis growers have been ingeniously inventing techniques to make indoor cannabis growing more efficient. These tactics are used to encourage bigger yields, more efficient plants, and more consistent quality. Read on to learn about a few methods that are being used within the cannabis industry.  Advanced Water Conservation Methods  Between the trifecta of water, air, and light.. READ MORE »

What You Need to Know About Shelf Life for Cannabis Industry Training

Cannabis products sold in Canada must adhere to packaging and labelling regulations, including a visible expiry date. But what does this date indicate? Can cannabis really go bad?  The answer differs based on the type of cannabis product and how it is stored. Over time, certain cannabis properties break down, altering the product’s performance.  If you’re interested in a cannabis career, understanding the shelf life of cannabis is essential for safety, quality, and transparency. Read on to get started! How Does Cannabis Change Over Time? Answers for Those in a Cannabis Course Although dried cannabis flower doesn’t necessarily become moldy.. READ MORE »

Pests and Plant Diseases Those in Cannabis Careers Should Watch Out For

When working with plants, pests and disease are always a concern. For professionals in the cannabis industry, it’s important to be familiar with the ones that threaten cannabis plants, in particular if you’re working in an area like cultivation, where you’re directly in contact with the product in its vulnerable state. Pests that can attack cannabis plants include: Aphids Mealybugs Other insects These are insects that cultivators know to look out for. In addition, fungi can be a threat to the plants, such as: Powdery mildew Phythium (Root Rot) Other fungi Plant pathogens like alternaria can also ruin cannabis plants… READ MORE »

What Does Cannabis Consulting Entail?

If you pursue owning or managing a business in your cannabis career, you will be interested to know ways that you can improve and make your company better. You will need to be aware of regulations, industry trends, and competitive strategies. Since things change quite quickly in the world of cannabis, it’s normal to need some support from outside of your own team. Consultancy is an option in situations where you want to stay competitive but don’t have unlimited time to stay on top of developments in the industry. Read on for more about consulting and how it can help.. READ MORE »

How to Deal with Change in Cannabis Industry Careers

Recreational cannabis became legal for sale on October 17, 2018 in Canada under the Cannabis Act. The very short time that has passed since legalization means that the industry is still improving, developing, and undergoing changes. With Cannabis 2.0 ramping up into 2020 and products like edibles and beverages becoming available, even more changes are on the horizon. Apart from changes within the industry itself, individual career trajectories, management strategies, and learning curves are also in flux. This makes the cannabis industry an exciting and stimulating professional path, but can also present some challenges. When confronting change in the workplace,.. READ MORE »

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