What’s been the environmental cost of the boom in indoor, energy-demanding cannabis farming? A heavy one, according to one new study.
It is possible to visually distinguish between high-CBD and high-THC cannabis strains just by looking at the physical properties of the plants as they grow, according to new research.
The second part of this series examines industrial and medical applications of hemp and emphasize the importance of regular testing for heavy metals to ensure maximum consumer safety.
Hemp crops may have more in common with recreational, “drug-type” varieties of cannabis than previously thought, according to new research from the University of Minnesota.
Explore the phytoremediation properties of hemp and why it has been used to clean up toxic waste sites where other types of remediation have failed.
Growing media in indoor cannabis farms can leave the plants lacking in nutrients. Fortunately, companies like Rx Green Technologies offer cultivators everything from essential soil nutrient boosters to reproductive growth formulas. But how are these supplements produced?
How is cannabis best decontaminated? Well, while many businesses opt for some form of radiation, one Denver-based company believes oxygen, or its ozone form to be more precise, could become the go-to microbe killer for the cannabis industry.
To learn more about controlled environment agriculture, Analytical Cannabis spoke with Nadia Sabeh, the owner and founder of Dr Greenhouse, Inc.
Indoor cannabis cultivation supposedly allows growers more control over their crops. But when their greenhouses extend for acres, how much control can they really have? Not enough, says the CEO of Agrify, the company leading the market of all-in-one, compact cannabis cultivation units.