Tag: Agriculture

  • Researchers Unveil New Study on Genetically Modified Hemp Methods

    Researchers Unveil New Study on Genetically Modified Hemp Methods

    The study suggests that genetic modification has the opportunity to “unleash the complete potential of cannabis.” The post Researchers Unveil New Study on Genetically Modified Hemp Methods first appeared on High Times.

  • 2024 Farm Bill Amendment Would Ban Hemp-Derived THC Products

    2024 Farm Bill Amendment Would Ban Hemp-Derived THC Products

    The recent amendment, proposed by Rep. Mary Miller, seeks to close the loophole which allows the sale of “intoxicating” hemp-based products such as delta-8-THC. The post 2024 Farm Bill Amendment Would Ban Hemp-Derived THC Products first appeared on High Times.

  • Georgia Governor Signs Bill Establishing Licensing Requirements To Grow Hemp

    Georgia Governor Signs Bill Establishing Licensing Requirements To Grow Hemp

    The governor of Georgia signed a series of bills aimed at bolstering the state’s agriculture industry, including one that will set up a new regulatory framework for hemp cultivation. The post Georgia Governor Signs Bill Establishing Licensing Requirements To Grow Hemp first appeared on High Times.

  • Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors Approves Study To Address Ongoing Cannabis Odor

    Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors Approves Study To Address Ongoing Cannabis Odor

    There are 116 acres of land in unincorporated Santa Barbara that are being used for cannabis cultivation, but a strong odor has been a complaint from residents for six years. The post Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors Approves Study To Address Ongoing Cannabis Odor appeared first on High Times.

  • Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors Approves Study To Address Ongoing Cannabis Odor

    Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors Approves Study To Address Ongoing Cannabis Odor

    There are 116 acres of land in unincorporated Santa Barbara that are being used for cannabis cultivation, but a strong odor has been a complaint from residents for six years. The post Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors Approves Study To Address Ongoing Cannabis Odor first appeared on High Times.

  • Quest Announces New Partnership with BFG Supply

    Quest Announces New Partnership with BFG Supply

    Quest Announces Strategic Partnership with BFG Supply to Enhance Industry Solutions [Madison, WI, December 13, 2023] Quest Climate, a pioneer in the humidity control industry, is thrilled to announce a strategic partnership with BFG Supply, a renowned gardening, nursery, and horticultural product distributor, starting in 2024. This collaboration marks an exciting milestone for both companies,…

  • VPD: A focus on flowering

    VPD: A focus on flowering

    Key Takeaways (TL;DR) Good ol’ Vapor Pressure Deficit, or as the cool kids call it, VPD. The concept, once largely misunderstood in the cannabis industry, is now commonly applied by top-tier cultivators around the world. The reason VPD is popular for indoor cannabis cultivators is simple in theory: When you understand the relationship between plant…

  • Water treatment plant problems

    Water treatment plant problems

    In a water treatment plant, it goes without saying you want all the water running inside the pipes.  But 20 years ago, Rick Adamson, general manager for the Adams County Regional Water District, was dealing with a problem he never expected: Water – and tons of it – condensing and pouring off the outside of…

  • Special Report: Humidity and Climate Control

    Special Report: Humidity and Climate Control

    In this Special Report: Humidity and Climate Control, we look at the challenges facing cultivation operations and the role of climate control. We are back with an updated report, first published in 2017 called the “Smart Humidity Report”. Not surprisingly, pest and disease management and humidity control remain some of the top challenges in cannabis…

  • A New Approach to Dehumidifier Tech That Eliminates Performance Drops

    A New Approach to Dehumidifier Tech That Eliminates Performance Drops

    Dirty filters. Increased static pressure. Both are common, unavoidable issues for anyone using commercial dehumidifiers. And each can cause a drop in performance – causing costly fluctuations in relative humidity. Until now. Dirty filters. Increased static pressure. Both are common, unavoidable issues for anyone using commercial dehumidifiers. And each can cause a drop in performance…