PremierTech and Purplefarm Genetics aim to create an unparalleled standard of cannabis cultivation.
Crop trimmings, discarded extraction chemicals, trashed testing samples, these are the pieces of debris the cannabis industry leaves behind. And if not properly disposed of, their chemical residues could pose serious environmental risks to nearby surroundings. So what can be done?
In this study, researchers from Israel’s Agricultural Research Organization measured how three different sterilization methods reduced fungal colonies in naturally infected commercial medical cannabis plants.
APEX, a radio frequency product offered by Ziel, uses first ever patented radio frequency technology for the treatment of cannabis and other products to reduce microbial pathogens.
The Colorado Department of Agriculture have issued a license amendment for the facility to go ahead.